“Finally!” – NHL releases 2022-23 regular-season schedule

The NHL 2022-23 season will kick off with the Lightning visiting the Rangers on October 11 after the predators face the Sharks on October 7 in Prague.

NHL releases its 2022-23 regular-season schedule
NHL releases its 2022-23 regular-season schedule
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The NHL 2022-23 season will officially begin in North America with the New York Rangers hosting the Tampa Bay Lightning on October 11, while the Stanley Cup Champions Colorado Avalanche will raise their banner the night before their game against the Chicago Blackhawks. Back-to-back doubleheaders will be televised featuring the Rangers and Lightnings and the Vegas Golden Knights facing the Los Angeles Kings, starring on ESPN.

On October 12th there will be a faceoff against the Boston Bruins and Washington Capitals, featuring on TNT. On Wednesday, the National Hockey League released its 1,312 game schedule, 82 for each team. The Nashville Predators and San Jose Sharks will begin the regular season with two games in the 2022 NHL Global Series at O2 Arena in Prague on October 7th and 8th. They will start off NHL’s first games in Europe since 2019, following a two-season break because of the pandemic.

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NHL 2022-23 schedule

NHL releases its 2022-23 regular-season schedule
NHL releases its 2022-23 regular-season schedule

The NHL Global Series will also include two games between the Colorado Avalanche and the Columbus Blue Jackets at Nokia Arena in Tampere, Finland, on November 4th and 5th. The Lightning will visit the Rangers at Madison Square Garden in a rematch of the 2022 Eastern Conference Final before the Knights visit the Kings at Crypto.com Arena, as per nhl.com

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The Bruins will visit the Capitals on October 12th before the Avalanche hoists their third Championship banner and host the Blackhawks at Ball Arena. On October 12th there will be a doubleheader with the Toronto Maple Leafs visiting the Montreal Canadiens at Bell Centre followed by Vancouver Canucks vs. Edmonton Oilers at Rogers Place, at Edmonton. The regular-season games will conclude with 15 games on April 13.

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