For the sixth consecutive season the Toronto Maple Leafs and Montreal Canadiens will battle on the opening night of the NHL season. The entire schedule has yet to be announced, but the league released the dates for all 30 home openers Saturday and confirmed games will kick off the 2014-15 season on Wednesday, October 8. The Leafs open the season on Oct. 8 at the Air Canada Centre against the Canadiens, while across the country the Calgary Flames host the Vancouver Canucks at the Scotiabank Saddledome. A day later, the Flames head to Edmonton for the Oilers home opener at Rexall Place on Oct. 9. The Oilers will then head to Vancouver for the Canucks home opener on Oct. 11. The Canadiens open their home schedule in the second week of the season against the Boston Bruins on Oct. 16. The Ottawa Senators also play host to the Colorado Avalanche on the same night. Wrapping up home openers for Canadian teams, the Winnipeg Jets welcome the Nashville Predators to the MTS Centre on Oct. 17. The Los Angeles Kings will raise their second Stanley Cup championship banner on Oct. 8 against the San Jose Sharks. The entire NHL schedule will be released on Sunday at 4pm et/1pm pt. *** Here is a complete list of all the home openers for the 2014-15 NHL season: Anaheim Ducks: Friday, Oct. 17 vs. MinnesotaArizona Coyotes: Thursday, Oct. 9 vs. WinnipegBoston Bruins: Wednesday, Oct. 8 vs. PhiladelphiaBuffalo Sabres: Thursday, Oct. 9 vs. ColumbusCalgary Flames: Wednesday, Oct. 8 vs. VancouverCarolina Hurricanes: Friday, Oct. 10 vs. NY IslandersChicago Blackhawks: Saturday, Oct. 11 vs. BuffaloColorado Avalanche: Saturday, Oct. 11 vs. MinnesotaColumbus Blue Jackets: Saturday, Oct. 11 vs. NY RangersDallas Stars: Thursday, Oct. 9 vs. ChicagoDetroit Red Wings: Thursday, Oct. 9 vs. BostonEdmonton Oilers: Thursday, Oct. 9 vs. CalgaryFlorida Panthers: Saturday, Oct. 11 vs. New JerseyLos Angeles Kings: Wednesday, Oct. 8 vs. San JoseMinnesota Wild: Thursday, Oct. 9 vs. ColoradoMontreal Canadiens: Thursday, Oct. 16 vs. BostonNashville Predators: Thursday, Oct. 9 vs. OttawaNew Jersey Devils: Saturday, Oct. 18 vs. San JoseNew York Islanders: Saturday, Oct. 11 vs. CarolinaNew York Rangers: Sunday, Oct. 12 vs. TorontoOttawa Senators: Thursday, Oct. 16 vs. ColoradoPhiladelphia Flyers: Thursday, Oct. 9 vs. New JerseyPittsburgh Penguins: Thursday, Oct. 9 vs. AnaheimSan Jose Sharks: Saturday, Oct. 11 vs. WinnipegSt. Louis Blues: Thursday, Oct. 9 vs. NY RangersTampa Bay Lightning: Thursday, Oct. 9 vs. FloridaToronto Maple Leafs: Wednesday, Oct. 8 vs. MontrealVancouver Canucks: Saturday, Oct. 11 vs. EdmontonWashington Capitals: Thursday, Oct. 9 vs. MontrealWinnipeg Jets: Friday, Oct. 17 vs. Nashville Cheap Stitched NFL Jerseys . 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The miss in this third bout of shooting sent Arendz to do one150-metre penalty loop. "The warm up was tough today, and it was hard to see the targets early (because of the fog)," said Arendz. "It was the same conditions for everyone. I wasnt perfect in shooting so I know there are still mistakes that need to be cleaned up." Arendz was in a dogfight for the gold with two of his closest rivals, Russias Azat Karachurin and Norways Nils-Erik Ulset. Karachurin also missed just one target en route to winning the gold medal with a time of 29:30.0 (0+0+0+1). Missing two shots in his final stop at the range, Ulset hamered his way around the course on the skinny skis to edge Arendz for thhe silver medal with a time of 30:24.dddddddddddd6. "I felt a little tired today, and I just didnt have quite the snap that I had on the first day," added Arendz, who had a lightening quick final lap. "The conditions stayed hard so I was able to put down the power I had. Everything is there. I just need to put it all together. Earlier this week, Arendz became the first Canadian ever to win a silver medal in biathlon at the Paralympic Winter Games. Brian McKeever, guided by his brother, Arendzs coach Robin, were the only other Canadians to win a para-biathlon medal when they captured the bronze in 2006. The two-medal week now makes Arendz the most successful Canadian biathlete at the Paralympics. Recognizing the bright future ahead of him, four years ago the wide-eyed Canadian walked into his first Paralympic Stadium in 2010. His goal was take in the Paralympic experience. This time around things are different. "This time it is strictly business," said Arendz. "I have had four years of experience and feel that I am strong in all race distances. I want to be on the podium every time. It was not a perfect race today. I still havent been perfect shooting, and I dont want to leave Sochi until I do that." Earlier in the day, Ottawas Caroline Bisson suited up in the womens 10-kilometre standing race. Bisson finished in 11th spot with a time of 39:53.9 (2+0+1+0). Russias Alena Kaufman missed just one shot while posting the golden time at 29:57.1 (1+0+0+0). ' ' '