ECHL: Adirondack Thunder 2023-24 Schedule Preview

The ECHL released the schedule for the 2023-24 season, and unlike last season where they played ten different teams, this year, the team will only play eight and 63 of the 72 games will be divisional games. For the second straight season, the Adirondack Thunder will begin their season in Worcester as they face the Railers on October 21st, which begins a road-heavy start to the season as seven of their first ten games are on the road, which includes a 10:05 am start in Worcester on November 7th. The Thunder’s longest homestand of the season will be eight games beginning on November 22nd, which will include three games against the Florida Everblades; these two teams last met in February of 2019 for three games down in Estero, Adirondack will head down to Estero as well for three games, as the two teams will see each other six times throughout the 2023-24 season.

Adirondack will make one trip out west this season as they will head to Allen, Texas, to face the Allen Americans for a three-in-three beginning on April 5th. The Thunder will finish their season with a three-in-three against the Maine Mariners, with the final two games being played at the Cool Insuring Arena. If you remember last season, those might be some of the games you should circle on your calendar. Here’s the complete breakdown for the 72-game season, Maine(14), Reading(12), Worcester(11), Trois-Rivieres(10), Norfolk(8), Newfoundland(8), Florida(6), Allen(3). The full schedule for the Thunder can be found here.

Armand Klisivitch

Armand Klisivitch. Senior Editor/ECHL Manager at Inside The Rink

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