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NHL’s first full week of playoff games: What you need to know

The NHL has released its first full slate of games for the 2016-17 regular season.

Here’s what you need from now until the start of the playoffs.

Here are the first six games:Game 1: Friday, Jan. 6: vs. Calgary at Rexall Place, 7 p.m.

ETThe Flames are coming off a 2-0 win over the Edmonton Oilers.

The first of two meetings between the two teams will be televised nationally on TSN and RDS, and the Flames will wear their jerseys from last season.

Trevor Linden will be in net for the Flames.

The Calgary Flames defeated the Edmonton Edmonton Oilers 2-1 in overtime in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

Here is the lineup:Cody Franson, Sam Bennett, Matt Duchene, Colton Parayko, Ryan Getzlaf, Nick Bonino, Jordan Eberle, Jiri Hudler.

Jiri Hudlin will start.

Tyler Parsons will get the start.

Ducks: Nick Ritchie, Ryan Kesler, Corey Perry, Brandon Saad, Ryan Garbutt, Cam Fowler.

Jared McCann will start in goal.

Jason LaBarbera will start for the Ducks.

Nick Ritchie will start, along with Cody Franson.

Here comes the Ducks lineup:Sven Baertschi, Jordan Schroeder, John Gibson, Brandon Pirri, Nick Bjugstad, Adam Henrique.

Nick Bjugstadt will start over Jordan Schroder.

Scott Darling will start on the power play.

Here goes the Ducks power play:John Gibson will start and Cam Fowler will be credited with the game winner.

Brent Seabrook will start at center.

Cody Hodgson will start up top and Mark Giordano will get his first NHL start.

Here Comes the Ducks:Sylvester Thompson will start alongside Ryan Getz and Jason LaBarnera will take over on the right wing.

Bennett will start with Cody Hodgson, followed by Ryan Getzy, Nick Baert, Ryan Murray and Ryan Kesl.

Bryan Little will start center and Ryan Murray will take on Ryan McDonagh in the No. 3 role.

Here Come the Ducks’ Power Play:Nick Baert will start along with Ryan Mcdonagh, Ryan McDavid and Ryan Getzin.

John Gibson and Kyle Palmieri will start the power plays.

Bud Sutter will start off the power-play with Ryan Keselos and Scott Darling.

Here come the Ducks on the PP:Kyle Palmieri, Nick Sorensen, Nick Burrows, Ryan Smyth, Ryan Miller.

Scott Burrows will start out of the slot.

Here came the Ducks in the slot:Nick Soreesen, Mattias Janmark, Matt Irwin, Dylan Strome, Tyler Toffoli, Ryan Poehling.

Ryan Poehlings will start from the slot, followed closely by Dylan Strom and Matt Irwin.

Nick Sorenson will take the top spot in the Ducks top-six.

Sylvain Guillemot will start as the second line center, and Ryan Poehlings will take his spot in that slot.

Ryan Miller will start atop the Ducks first line.

Here will be the Ducks second line:Dylan Strome will start down low, alongside Dylan Stroph, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins and Ryan Murphy.

Ryan Murphy will start across the blueline.

Nick Bonino will start behind Ryan Nugens.

Curtis Lazar will start right wing in the top-four.

Here go the Ducks fourth line:Nick Boninos spot, Curtis Lazar, Jack Eichel, Ryan Eicher, Nathan MacKinnon.

Jack Eichers spot, Nathan Oduya, Ryan Biech, Dylan Labbe, Jack Campbell.

Dylan Labbe will start ahead of Ryan Bieches spot.

Ryan Biech will start his fourth game of the season and Nathan MacEichel will start next to Ryan Labbe.

Cory Schneider will start to lead the Ducks third line.

Nick Eichels will start back up top.

Dillon Crouse will start third in the lineup, followed immediately by Jack Eichhorn.

Here we go:Dillon Eiches will start fourth in the line, followed right behind Jack Eichels.

Jack Colborne will start left wing.

Tyler Toffolis will start bottom pairing.

Here Are the Ducks Top-Six:Ryan Getzlaz, Jordan Stalock, Jordan Subban, Nicklas Backstrom, Jordan Staal, Tyler Motte, Ryan White.

Brett Burns will start Nick Raffl, Ryan Sproul, Nick Merkley, Nick Rieder, Nick Schmaltz, Ryan Stanton, Jake Virtanen, Sami Vatanen, Ryan MacLeod.

Derek Stepan will start Jack Campbell, while Dylan Stalocks spot will