Colorado Avalanche 2022-23 regular season schedule released – The Denver Post

The date is set for the Avalanche to raise its Stanley Cup banner inside Ball Arena.

Colorado will celebrate its championship Oct. 12 for opening night of the 2022-23 regular season, the team announced Wednesday, with the league rolling out its entire slate of upcoming games.

Some highlights from the Avalanche schedule:

— Colorado is opening its season for the fifth consecutive season at home. The Avalanche’s final regular season game (April 13 against the Jets) is also at Ball Arena.

— The team’s longest homestand is five games between Dec. 13-21. The Avs will also be away from Ball Arena from Oct. 22 to Nov. 9.

— The Avalanche and Blue Jackets will play two games Nov. 4 and 5 at Nokia Arena in Tampere, Finland, as part of the NHL’s Global Series.

— Single-game tickets for the preseason and regular season go on sale at 10 a.m. July 18 at ColoradoAvalanche.com.

The Avalanche’s 2022-23 regular season schedule broken down by month:

October

DayDateOpponentTime
Wed.Oct. 12Chicago7:30 p.m.
Thu.Oct. 13At Calgary7:30 p.m.
Mon.Oct. 17At Minnesota6 p.m.
Wed.Oct. 19Winnipeg6 p.m.
Fri.Oct. 21Seattle7 p.m.
Sat.Oct. 22At Vegas8 p.m.
Tue.Oct. 25At N.Y. Rangers5 p.m.
Fri.Oct. 28At New Jersey5 p.m.
Sat.Oct. 29At N.Y. Islanders5:30 p.m.

November

*Fri.Nov. 4Columbus11 a.m.
*Sat.Nov. 5At Columbus11 a.m.
Thu.Nov. 10Nashville7 p.m.
Sat.Nov. 12Carolina7 p.m.
Mon.Nov. 14St. Louis7 p.m.
Thu.Nov. 17At Carolina5 p.m.
Sat.Nov. 19At Washington5 p.m.
Mon.Nov. 21At Dallas6:30 p.m.
Wed.Nov. 23Vancouver8 p.m.
Fri.Nov. 25At Nashvillenoon
Sat.Nov. 26Dallas7 p.m.
Tue.Nov. 29At Winnipeg6 p.m.

December

Thu.Dec. 1At Buffalo5 p.m.
Sat.Dec. 3At Boston5 p.m.
Mon.Dec. 5At Philadelphia5 p.m.
Wed.Dec. 7Boston7 p.m.
Fri.Dec. 9N.Y. Rangers7 p.m.
Sun.Dec. 11At St. Louisnoon
Tue.Dec. 13Philadelphia8 p.m.
Thu.Dec. 15Buffalo7 p.m.
Sat.Dec. 17Nashvile7 p.m.
Mon.Dec. 19N.Y. Islanders7 p.m.
Wed.Dec. 21Montreal6 p.m.
Fri.Dec. 23At Nashville6 p.m.
Tue.Dec. 27At Arizona7 p.m.
Thu.Dec. 29Los Angeles7 p.m.
Sat.Dec. 31Toronto5 p.m.

January

Mon.Jan. 2Vegas7 p.m.
Thu.Jan. 5At Vancouver8 p.m.
Sat.Jan. 7At Edmonton8 p.m.
Tue.Jan. 10Florida7 p.m.
Thu.Jan. 12At Chicago6:30 p.m.
Sat.Jan. 14Ottawa5 p.m.
Mon.Jan. 16Detroit1 p.m.
Wed.Jan. 18At Calgary8 p.m.
Fri.Jan. 20At Vancouver8 p.m.
Sat.Jan. 21At Seattle8 p.m.
Tue.Jan. 24Washington7 p.m.
Thu.Jan. 26Anaheim7 p.m.
Sat.Jan. 28St. Louis1 p.m.

February

Tue.Feb. 7At Pittsburgh5 p.m.
Thu.Feb. 9At Tampa Bay5 p.m.
Sat.Feb. 11At Florida4 p.m.
Tue.Feb. 14Tampa Bay7 p.m.
Wed.Feb. 15At Minnesota7:30 p.m.
Sat.Feb. 18At St. Louisnoon
Sun.Feb. 19Edmonton1 p.m.
Fri.Feb. 24At Winnipeg6 p.m.
Sat.Feb. 25Calgary8 p.m.
Mon.Feb. 27Vegas7 p.m.

March

Wed.March 1New Jersey7 p.m.
Sat.March 4At Dallas6 p.m.
Sun.March 5Seattle7 p.m.
Tue.March 7San Jose7 p.m.
Thu.March 9Los Angeles7 p.m.
Sat.March 11Arizona4 p.m.
Mon.March 13At Montreal5:30 p.m.
Wed.March 15At Toronto5 p.m.
Thu.March 16At Ottawa5 p.m.
Sat.March 18At Detroit11 a.m.
Mon.March 20Chicago7 p.m.
Wed.March 22Pittsburgh6 p.m.
Fri.March 24Arizona7 p.m.
Sun.March 26At Arizona1 p.m.
Mon.March 27At Anaheim8 p.m.
Wed.March 29Minnesota8 p.m.

April

Sat.April 1Dallas7 p.m.
Tue.April 4At San Jose8:30 p.m.
Thu.April 6At San Jose8:30 p.m.
Sat.April 8At Los Angeles8:30 p.m.
Sun.April 9At Anaheim6:30 p.m.
Tue.April 11Edmonton7:30 p.m.
Thu.April 13Winnipeg7 p.m.

*NHL Global Series — Tampere, Finland

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