According to Doug Fritts and Jeff Baker, the National Lacrosse League announced its 2014 regular season schedule on Tuesday.
The Calgary Roughnecks will play an 18 game schedule that will start on Friday, January 3 in Toronto against the Rock and complete Saturday, April 26 in Vancouver. The Roughnecks first home game will be Friday, January 10 against the Colorado Mammoth.
All Roughnecks games will be played either on a Friday night or a Saturday night.
The Roughnecks only play back-to-back games once throughout the season. On April 4 they are in Philadelphia to take on the Wings and on April 5 they are in Buffalo to take on the Bandits. They will also have a bye the weekend of January 31-February 1.
The two-time defending Champion's Cup champion Rochester Knighthawks meanwhile come to town February 22.
One major change to the 2014 National Lacrosse League season meanwhile will be a fourth team in Canada. In the offseason, the Washington Stealth moved to British Columbia and the team will play its home games in Langley.
The Roughnecks will play the Edmonton Rush and Vancouver Stealth four times each, the Colorado Mammoth three times, the Minnesota Swarm and Toronto Rock twice each and the other teams in the East Division once.