Coyotes Announce 2022-23 Schedule | NHL.com

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Wednesday, July 6, 2022

SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA – The Arizona Coyotes announced today their schedule for the 2022-23 National Hockey League regular season. The Coyotes will play a total of 82 regular season games (41 home and 41 away).

The Coyotes start their 27th year in the Valley of the Sun on Thursday, Oct.13 at PPG Paints Arena against Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins. Arizona will host Mark Scheifele, Pierre-Luc Dubois and the Winnipeg Jets on Friday, Oct. 28 in the home opener.

The Coyotes will host the NHL’s biggest stars in Tempe throughout the 2022-23 season including: Chris Kreider, Adam Fox and the NY Rangers (Oct. 30); Alexander Barkov and the Florida Panthers (Nov. 1); Charlie McAvoy and the Boston Bruins (Dec. 9); Anze Kopitar and the Los Angeles Kings (Dec. 23); Nathan MacKinnon, Cale Makar and the 2022 Stanley Cup Champion Colorado Avalanche (Dec. 27 & Mar. 26); Auston Matthews, Mitch Marner and the Toronto Maple Leafs (Dec. 29); Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins (Jan. 8); Alex Ovechkin and the Washington Capitals (Jan. 19); Jack Eichel and the Vegas Golden Knights (Jan. 22); Ryan O’Reilly and the St. Louis Blues (Jan. 26 & Mar. 7); Kirill Kaprizov and the Minnesota Wild (Feb. 6 & Mar. 12); Steven Stamkos, Victor Hedman and the Tampa Bay Lightning (Feb. 15); Roman Josi and the Nashville Predators (Feb. 26 & Mar. 9) and Connor McDavid and the Edmonton Oilers (Mar. 27).

SCHEDULE BREAKDOWN
The NHL’s scheduling format will see the Coyotes play four games against these Central Division opponents: Dallas Stars, Nashville Predators, Minnesota Wild, Chicago Blackhawks and Colorado Avalanche. Arizona will face the Winnipeg Jets and St. Louis Blues three times for a total of 26 total division games.

The Coyotes will play the remaining eight Western Conference teams three times each for a total of 24 games. Additionally, Arizona will play each of the 16 Eastern Conference clubs twice, once at home and once on the road.

Arizona will once again host the original six teams in the Valley: NY Rangers (Oct. 30), Boston (Dec. 9), Montreal (Dec. 19), Toronto (Dec. 29), Detroit (Jan. 17) and Chicago (Feb. 28 & Mar. 18).

Arizona’s busiest month will be March with 16 games (five road, 11 home).

ALL-STAR BREAK
The 2023 Honda NHL® All-Star Weekend will return to South Florida. The star-studded NHL event will be held at FLA Live Arena in Sunrise, FL on Feb. 3 and 4, 2023. The 2023 Honda NHL All-Star Weekend will include the Honda NHL All-Star Game on Saturday, Feb. 4 and NHL All-Star Skills on Friday, Feb. 3,

COYOTES 2022-23 TICKET INFORMATION/b>

Fans should visit Arizonacoyotes.com/2223schedulerelease to submit an interest form for information on tickets to 2022-2023 Coyotes home games.

HOME DATES TO REMEMBER

October 28 – Home opener against the Winnipeg Jets in Tempe
October 30 – Chris Kreider, Adam Fox and the NY Rangers visit the Valley
December 9 – Charlie McAvoy and the Boston Bruins make their only trip to Arizona
December 27 – The Coyotes host the 2022 Stanley Cup Champion Colorado Avalanche
December 29 – The Toronto Maple Leafs, led by Auston Matthews come to town
January 8 – Sidney Crosby and the Pittsburgh Penguins make their only visit to Tempe
January 19 – The Coyotes take on Alex Ovechkin, TJ Oshie and the Washington Capitals
January 22 – Mark Stone, Jack Eichel and the Vegas Golden Knights make their only visit to Arizona
· January 26 – Arizona hosts Ryan O’Reilly and the St. Louis Blues
February 6 – Kirill Kaprizov and the Minnesota Wild make their first of two visits to the Valley
· February 15 – Steven Stamkos, Victor Hedman and the Tampa Bay Lightning come to town
February 26 – The Coyotes host Roman Josi and the Nashville Predators
February 28 – The Chicago Blackhawks, led by Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane make their first of two trips to the desert
March 5 – Jack Hughes and the New Jersey Devils visit Tempe
March 16 – Arizona hosts Quinn Hughes, Elias Petterson and the Vancouver Canucks
March 18 – The Chicago Blackhawks make their second trip to Arizona
· March 26 – Cale Makar, Nathan MacKinnon and the Colorado Avalanche come to town
March 27 – The Edmonton Oilers, led by Connor McDavid, make their only trip to Tempe
April 13 – Arizona hosts the Vancouver Canucks in the regular season finale

Arizona Coyotes 2022-23 Regular Season Schedule

  • Thu. Oct. 13 @ Pittsburgh
  • Sell. Oct. 15 @ Boston
  • mon. Oct. 17 @ Toronto
  • Thu. Oct. 20 @ Montreal
  • Sell. Oct. 22 @ Ottawa
  • tue. Oct. 25 @ Columbus
  • Fri. Oct. 28 WINNIPEG
  • sun. Oct. 30 NY RANGERS
  • tue. Nov. 1 FLORIDA
  • Thu. Nov. 3 DALLAS
  • Sell. Nov. 5 @ Washington
  • tue. Nov. 8 @ Buffalo
  • Thu. Nov. 10 @ NY Islanders
  • Sell. Nov. 12 @ New Jersey
  • sun. Nov. 13 @ NY Rangers
  • Thu. Nov. 17 @ Vegas
  • mon. Nov. 21 @ Nashville
  • wed. Nov. 23 @ Carolina
  • Fri. Nov. 25 @ Detroit
  • sun. Nov. 27 @ Minnesota
  • Thu. Dec. 1 @ Los Angeles
  • Sell. Dec. 3 @ Vancouver
  • mon. Dec. 5 @ Calgary
  • wed. Dec. 7 @ Edmonton
  • Fri. Dec. 9 BOSTON
  • sun. Dec. 11 PHILADELPHIA
  • tue. Dec. 13 @ San Jose
  • Fri. Dec. 16 NY ISLANDERS
  • Sell. Dec. 17 BUFFALO
  • mon. Dec. 19 MONTREAL
  • wed. Dec. 21 @ Vegas
  • Fri. Dec. 23 LOS ANGELES
  • tue. Dec. 27 COLORADO
  • Thu. Dec. 29 TORONTO
  • Sell. Dec. 31 @ Tampa Bay
  • tue. Jan. 3 @ Florida
  • Thu. Jan. 5 @ Philadelphia
  • Fri. Jan. 6 @ Chicago
  • sun. Jan. 8 PITTSBURGH
  • tue. Jan. 10 SAN JOSE
  • Thu. Jan. 12 OTTAWA
  • Sell. Jan. 14 @ Minnesota
  • sun. Jan. 15 @ Winnipeg
  • tue. Jan. 17 DETROIT
  • Thu. Jan. 19 WASHINGTON
  • Sell. Jan. 21 @ Dallas
  • sun. Jan. 22 VEGAS
  • tue. Jan. 24 ANAHEIM
  • Thu. Jan. 26 ST. LOUIS
  • Sell. Jan. 28 @ Anaheim
  • mon. Feb. 6 MINNESOTA
  • Fri. Feb. 10 @ Chicago
  • Sell. Feb. 11 @ St. Louis
  • mon. Feb. 13 @ Nashville
  • wed. Feb. 15 TAMPA BAY
  • Sell. Feb. 18 @ Los Angeles
  • sun. Feb. 19 COLUMBUS
  • wed. Feb. 22 CALGARY
  • sun. Feb. 26 NASHVILLE
  • tue. Feb. 28 CHICAGO
  • wed. mar. 1 @ Dallas
  • Fri. mar. 3 CAROLINA
  • sun. mar. 5 NEW JERSEY
  • tue. mar. 7 ST. LOUIS
  • Thu. mar. 9 NASHVILLE
  • Sell. mar. 11 @ Colorado
  • sun. mar. 12 MINNESOTA
  • tue. mar. 14 CALGARY
  • Thu. mar. 16 VANCOUVER
  • Sell. mar. 18 CHICAGO
  • tue. mar. 21 @ Winnipeg
  • wed. mar. 22 @ Edmonton
  • Fri. mar. 24 @ Colorado
  • sun. mar. 26 COLORADO
  • mon. mar. 27 EDMONTON
  • Fri. mar. 31 DALLAS
  • Sell. Apr. 1 SAN JOSE
  • mon. Apr. 3 @ Seattle
  • Thu. Apr. 6 @ Seattle
  • Sell. Apr. 8 ANAHEIM
  • mon. Apr. 10 SEATTLE
  • Thu. Apr. 13 VANCOUVER

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Month-by-Month Breakdown

MONTH

HOME

AWAY

OCTOBER

2

6

NOVEMBER

2

10

DECEMBER

8

7

JANUARY

8

7

FEBRUARY

6

4

MARCH

11th

5

APRIL

4

2

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Day-by-Day Breakdown

DAY

HOME

AWAY

SUNDAY

9

3

MONDAY

4

5

TUESDAY

8

5

WEDNESDAY

2

5

THURSDAY

8

7

FRIDAY

6

4

SATURDAY

4

12

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Team-by-Team Breakdown

OPPONENT

HOME

AWAY

ANAHEIM

2

one

BOSTON

one

one

BUFFALO

one

one

CALGARY

2

one

CAROLINA

one

one

CHICAGO

2

2

COLORADO

2

2

COLUMBUS

one

one

DALLAS

2

2

DETROIT

one

one

EDMONTON

one

2

FLORIDA

one

one

LOS ANGELES

one

2

MINNESOTA

2

2

MONTREAL

one

one

NASHVILLE

2

2

NEW JERSEY

one

one

NY ISLANDERS

one

one

NY RANGERS

one

one

OTTAWA

one

one

PHILADELPHIA

one

one

PITTSBURGH

one

one

SEATTLE

one

2

ST. LOUIS

2

one

SAN JOSE

2

one

TAMPA BAY

one

one

TORONTO

one

one

VANCOUVER

2

one

VEGAS

one

2

WASHINGTON

one

one

WINNIPEG

one

2

.

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