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The CWHL released the season schedule earlier in the week, and now they're releasing seasons tickets to fans.

Soon-to-be Inferno Hayley Wickenheiser (left), and current Toronto Furie Natalie Spooner (right) are two stars to watch this year.
Soon-to-be Inferno Hayley Wickenheiser (left), and current Toronto Furie Natalie Spooner (right) are two stars to watch this year.
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With the CWHL season just around the corner, the league announced the season schedule on Tuesday, and put tickets on sale to fans around the world.

Opening weekend (October 17 to 18), has the defending Clarkson Cup champions, Boston Blades, taking on the Toronto Furies in a two-game series in Toronto. Brampton travels to Montreal to take on the Stars for another weekend two-game series.

The Calgary Inferno open their season at home (with Hayley Wickenheiser on the squad), October 24th against Boston.

The full schedule:

DATE HOME AWAY LOCATION
SATURDAY OCT. 17 TORONTO BOSTON MASTERCARD CENTER
SATURDAY OCT. 17 MONTREAL BRAMPTON ÉTIENNE DESMARTEAU ARENA
SUNDAY OCT. 18 TORONTO BOSTON CANLAN YORK - RINK 1
SUNDAY OCT. 18 MONTREAL BRAMPTON ÉTIENNE DESMARTEAU ARENA
SATURDAY OCT 24 BRAMPTON TORONTO MEMORIAL ARENA
SATURDAY OCT 24 CALGARY BOSTON WINSPORT CANADA - JOAN SNYDER ARENA
SUNDAY OCT 25 BRAMPTON TORONTO MEMORIAL ARENA
SUNDAY OCT 25 CALGARY BOSTON WINSPORT CANADA - JOAN SNYDER ARENA
SATURDAY OCT. 31 TORONTO MONTREAL MASTERCARD CENTRE
SATURDAY OCT. 31 BOSTON CALGARY NEW ENGLAND SPORTS CENTRE
SUNDAY NOV. 1 TORONTO MONTREAL MASTERCARD CENTRE
SUNDAY NOV. 1 BOSTON CALGARY NEW ENGLAND SPORTS CENTRE
SATURDAY NOV. 14 CALGARY MONTREAL WINSPORT CANADA - JOAN SNYDER ARENA
SATURDAY NOV. 14 BOSTON BRAMPTON NEW ENGLAND SPORTS CENTRE
SUNDAY NOV. 15 CALGARY MONTREAL WINSPORT CANADA - JOAN SNYDER ARENA
SUNDAY NOV. 15 BOSTON BRAMPTON NEW ENGLAND SPORTS CENTRE
SATURDAY NOV. 21 TORONTO CALGARY MASTERCARD CENTER
SATURDAY NOV. 21 BRAMPTON BOSTON MEMORIAL ARENA
SUNDAY NOV. 22 TORONTO CALGARY MASTERCARD CENTER
SUNDAY NOV. 22 BRAMPTON BOSTON MEMORIAL ARENA
SATURDAY NOV. 28 MONTREAL TORONTO ÉTIENNE DESMARTEAU ARENA
SATURDAY NOV. 28 CALGARY BRAMPTON WINSPORT CANADA - JOAN SNYDER ARENA
SUNDAY NOV. 29 MONTREAL TORONTO ÉTIENNE DESMARTEAU ARENA
SUNDAY NOV. 29 CALGARY BRAMPTON WINSPORT CANADA - JOAN SNYDER ARENA
SAURDAY DEC. 5 BOSTON BRAMPTON NEW ENGLAND SPORTS CENTRE
SATURDAY DEC. 5 CALGARY TORONTO TBD
SUNDAY DEC. 6 BOSTON BRAMPTON NEW ENGLAND SPORTS CENTRE
SUNDAY DEC. 6 CALGARY TORONTO WINSPORT CANADA - JOAN SNYDER ARENA
SATURDAY DEC. 12 BOSTON CALGARY NEW ENGLAND SPORTS CENTRE
SATURDAY DEC. 12 BRAMPTON MONTREAL MEMORIAL ARENA
SUNDAY DEC. 13 BOSTON CALGARY NEW ENGLAND SPORTS CENTRE
SUNDAY DEC. 13 BRAMPTON MONTREAL MEMORIAL ARENA
SATURDAY DEC 19 BOSTON TORONTO NEW ENGLAND SPORTS CENTRE
SUNDAY DEC. 20 BOSTON TORONTO NEW ENGLAND SPORTS CENTRE
SATURDAY JAN 2 TORONTO BRAMPTON MASTERCARD CENTER
SATURDAY JAN 2 MONTREAL BOSTON ÉTIENNE DESMARTEAU ARENA
SUNDAY JAN 3 BRAMPTON TORONTO MEMORIAL ARENA
SUNDAY JAN 3 MONTREAL BOSTON ÉTIENNE DESMARTEAU ARENA
SATUDAY JAN. 9 TORONTO MONTREAL MASTERCARD CENTER
SATUDAY JAN. 9 BRAMPTON CALGARY MEMORIAL ARENA
SUNDAY JAN. 10 TORONTO MONTREAL MASTERCARD CENTER
SUNDAY JAN. 10 BRAMPTON CALGARY MEMORIAL ARENA
SATURDAY JAN. 16 BOSTON MONTREAL NEW ENGLAND SPORTS CENTRE
SATURDAY JAN. 16 CALGARY TORONTO WINSPORT CANADA - JOAN SNYDER ARENA
SUNDAY JAN. 17 BOSTON MONTREAL NEW ENGLAND SPORTS CENTRE
SUNDAY JAN. 17 CALGARY TORONTO WINSPORT CANADA - JOAN SNYDER ARENA
SATURDAY JAN. 30 MONTREAL CALGARY ÉTIENNE DESMARTEAU ARENA
SUNDAY JAN. 31 BRAMPTON TORONTO MEMORIAL ARENA
SUNDAY JAN. 31 MONTREAL CALGARY ÉTIENNE DESMARTEAU ARENA
SATURDAY FEB. 6 TORONTO BOSTON MASTERCARD CENTER
SATURDAY FEB. 6 MONTREAL BRAMPTON ÉTIENNE DESMARTEAU ARENA
SUNDAY FEB. 7 TORONTO BOSTON MASTERCARD CENTER
SUNDAY FEB. 7 MONTREAL BRAMPTON ÉTIENNE DESMARTEAU ARENA
SUNDAY FEB.14 TORONTO BRAMPTON MASTERCARD CENTER
SATURDAY FEB. 13 CALGARY MONTREAL WINSPORT CANADA - JOAN SNYDER ARENA
SUNDAY FEB. 14 CALGARY MONTREAL WINSPORT CANADA - JOAN SNYDER ARENA
SATURDAY FEB. 20 BRAMPTON CALGARY MEMORIAL ARENA
SATURDAY FEB. 20 MONTREAL BOSTON ÉTIENNE DESMARTEAU ARENA
SUNDAY FEB. 21 BRAMPTON CALGARY MEMORIAL ARENA
SUNDAY FEB. 21 MONTREAL BOSTON ÉTIENNE DESMARTEAU ARENA

Each team will play 12 home games. Season's tickets will take $140 out of your pocket until July 31st, when the ticket prices go-up to $150 per seasons ticket. The latter option will save you $30 as opposed to buying tickets individually for each game valued at $15 per game.

The league is claiming they're creating and planning new events for fans to interact with the league, and players in a unique way.

"The 2014-15 season was perhaps the most competitive in the league's eight-year history," CWHL commissioner Brenda Andress said in a press release.

"The regular season standings weren't finalized until the last weekend of play; it was just that close. With talented young players like Marie-Philip Poulin and Brianne Jenner entering the draft, we are, without a doubt, going to see the same exceptional level of competition this coming season."

She went on to talk about the impact Hayley Wickenheiser will have on the league for years to come:

"We couldn't be happier about welcoming Wick's return to professional hockey - her leadership, skill and experience simply cannot be quantified. Her presence in a CWHL uniform will extend the reach of our game to a whole new group of fans."

"I look forward to the competition and to playing with, and in some cases against, some of my national teammates," Wickenheiser said. "It will be a fun and competitive league. It is a great show for the fans to see national players play more than every four years."

With Boston losing some key players (and coaches) to the NWHL's Boston Pride and other organizations, Calgary gaining Wickenheiser, Toronto and Brampton itching to prove their worth in the league, and Montreal trying to avenge their overtime Clarkson Cup loss last season, it's an exciting time to be a CWHL fan.