Also from looking at the RPI schedule we know that RIT will be coming on Saturday, October 23, and Niagara could be coming the night before since they play the Engineers the following day.
The two games Union-RPI games that count towards the ECAC standings will take place on November 12 and 13, with the first game being in Troy and the next in Schenectady.
Also, it doesn't seem that the Dutchmen will be playing any league games while on Winter Break. This was a big issue on campus last season as Cornell came to town while the students were on break. It looks like the only league games during December will take place at Brown and Yale. We also learn that six of the eight games in January will be at home, and the Dutchmen finish up their season with Princeton on February 26. And once again the ECAC Championships fall during Union's spring break.
So, even though Union's schedule has not been released by anyone we basically know what it will look like. I doubt there will be any big surprises when it is released.