|21 Jan 22||Worcester Railers ||-|| Trois-Rivières|
|22 Jan 22||Worcester Railers ||-|| Adirondack Thunder|
|23 Jan 22||Worcester Railers ||-|| Adirondack Thunder|
|28 Jan 22||Maine Mariners ||-|| Worcester Railers|
|29 Jan 22||Worcester Railers ||-|| Fort Wayne|
|17 Jan 22||Reading Royals|| ||6 - 4|| ||Worcester Railers|
|15 Jan 22||Worcester Railers|| ||3 - 6|| ||Reading Royals|
|14 Jan 22||Worcester Railers|| ||-|| ||Reading Royals|
|12 Jan 22||Worcester Railers|| ||-|| ||Trois-Rivières|
|08 Jan 22||Reading Royals|| ||3 - 2|| ||Worcester Railers|
The Worcester Railers (also called Worcester Railers HC) are a professional ice hockey team based in Worcester, Massachusetts. The team began play in the 2017–18 ECHL season, and is a member of the North Division of the Eastern Conference of the ECHL. The team plays their home games at the DCU Center and are the ECHL affiliate of the New York Islanders. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Railers voluntarily suspended operations through at least the 2020–21 ECHL season.
The team filled the void left by the AHL's Worcester Sharks, who relocated to San Jose, California, in 2015 to become the San Jose Barracuda.