It's time for hockey fans across North America to begin making plans to see NHL games next season.
The NHL finally announced the 2013-14 regular-season schedule on Friday, which, for the first time since 1997-98, includes at least two games between every team (home and away). After last year's schedule included zero games against the opposing conference, being able to see every team on your favorite club's home ice at least once is great for fans.
Let's break down the biggest winners and losers of next year's schedule.
For a full explanation of the schedule and a team-by-team list, click here.