The ECHL officially announced the league’s composite schedule for the 2021-22 regular season Tuesday afternoon. The 29th season of South Carolina Stingrays hockey begins at the North Charleston Coliseum against the Greenville Swamp Rabbits on October 23rd.
South Carolina’s home schedule is highlighted by 11 Saturday night contests, as well as 11 Friday evening games, and nine Sunday afternoon matchups. In addition to welcoming all of their fellow South Division opponents, fans in the Lowcountry will also have the opportunity to see the Toledo Walleye, as well as one of the league’s new teams, Trois-Rivières.
The Stingrays will continue to play all home Saturday night home games at 6:05 pm, as well as weekday games at 7:05 pm and Sunday contests at 3:05 pm. All dates, times, and opponents on the 2021-22 schedule are subject to change.
South Carolina will make a trip to Idaho for the second time in three seasons for a series against the Steelheads when the two teams face-off in a three-game set Dec. 8th, 10th and 11th. In March, SC will be in New England to face the Worcester Railers on the 18th and Maine Mariners on both the 19th and 20th.
South Carolina’s promotional schedule for the 2021-22 season will be announced later in the summer. You can see the full schedule calendar here
2021-22 season ticket plans are on sale now. For more information or to purchase, contact the Stingrays by phone at 843-744-2248 or submit this form.
2021-22 Schedule Breakdown:
- Most Common Opponent: Greenville (15 games)
- Longest Homestand: 7 games (Feb. 26 – Mar. 12)
- Busiest Month: March (14 games)
Atlanta (6), Florida (8), Greenville (15), Idaho (3), Jacksonville (14), Maine (2), Norfolk (11), Orlando (8), Toledo (1), Trois-Rivières (3), Worcester (1)
October (2), November (12), December (12), January (13), February (11), March (14), April (8)
Tuesday (2), Wednesday (10), Thursday (2), Friday (19), Saturday (24), Sunday (15)
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