Bruins officially heading to Quebec in 2024

Mark your calendars!

Michael W.

The Boston Bruins were able to rebound from last season's disappointing first round exit in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, defeating the rival Toronto Maple Leafs once again in the opening round of the annual tournament thanks to sniper David Pastrnak's goal shortly into overtime of the deciding 7th game at TD Garden: 

However, the season would once again come to an earlier-than-anticipated ending at the hands of the Florida Panthers, who knocked them out in Round 2. Currently, the Bruins are in the full swing of the offseason, while the Panthers are only a single victory away from the first Stanley Cup in franchise history.

And while there lay ahead several decisions for the braintrust of the Bruins consisting of GM Don Sweeney and President of Hockey Operations Cam Neely regarding player personnel for next season, fans can already begin marking their calendars for the first unofficial games of 2024-25. 

Earlier today, the full exhibition schedule was released to the public, and it includes one notable matchup that will take place at the Videotron Centre in Quebec City against the Los Angeles Kings. 

The full exhibition schedule: 

— Sunday, Sept. 22 vs. New York Rangers, 5 p.m. (TD Garden, Boston)
— Tuesday, Sept. 24 vs. Washington Capitals, 7 p.m. (TD Garden, Boston)
— Thursday, Sept. 26 at New York Rangers, 7 p.m. (Madison Square Garden, New York City)
— Saturday, Sept. 28 at Philadelphia Flyers, 7 p.m. (Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia)
— Tuesday, Oct. 1 vs. Philadelphia Flyers, 7 p.m. (TD Garden, Boston)
— Thursday, Oct. 3 at Los Angeles Kings, 7 p.m. (Videotron Centre, Quebec)
— Saturday, Oct. 5 at Washington Capitals, 5 p.m. (Capital One Arena, Washington D.C.)

It's never too early to start looking ahead to the upcoming campaign! 

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Source: NESN