Canadians 2022-2023 schedule revealed

The 82-game campaign features a series of must-see clashes!

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Here are some dates to mark on your calendar:

October 12 c. Toronto

The Canadians begin the season at home for the first time since October 2013, taking on recent Hart, Ted Lindsay and Maurice Richard Trophy winners Auston Matthews and the Maple Leafs.

It’s a classic duel between two clubs who will try to start the year on a good note, so put on your hat, it’s promising! There’s no doubt that our loyal supporters will set the Bell Center on fire!

The encounter could also result in the first-ever NHL game for the 2022 draft pick. Sequel follows…

November 25 in Chicago

After four seasons behind the Habs bench as an assistant coach, Luke Richardson was hired as the Blackhawks’ head coach on June 29.

This will be Richardson’s first game against his former team, who had nothing but good things to say about the former defender during his time in Montreal.

And the United Center’s legendary rendition of the American anthem makes this encounter a must-watch if you can’t be there in person.

December 1st in Calgary

The annual trip to western Canada is always a highlight on the calendar for players and local fans alike.

The night against former Canadiens winger Tyler Toffoli and the Flames kicks off a four-game journey that also includes stops in Edmonton (December 3) and Vancouver (December 5) before a final stint in Seattle (December 6). December) includes side of border.

We already know that as always, the fans will be there to support the club in Alberta and British Columbia!

December 21 in Colorado

The Habs will invade the high city of Denver on June 26 to cross swords with the defending Stanley Cup champion, who has won the precious trophy for the third time in its history.

If Artturi Lehkonen stays with the Avalanche, it will be his first time facing Montreal since his March 22 trade.

The Finn has played a key role for Colorado in the recent playoffs, scoring the deciding goal in both the Conference Finals and the Stanley Cup Finals.

December 28th in Tampa Bay

The Amalie Arena should be packed for the Canadians’ first game after the Christmas break.

Martin St-Louis will lead his roster in the first of two straight games at Florida State against captain Steven Stamkos, Nikita Kucherov, Andrei Vasilevskiy and The Lightning.

A matchup against the Panthers (December 29) will conclude the stay under the sun before the team travels to Washington (December 31) to close out 2022.

January 5 c. New York Rangers

The Blueshirts come to the Bell Center for the first home game of the new year.

Artemi Panarin, Mika Zibanejad and Adam Fox are among the most dynamic hockey players in the league, and Vezina Trophy winner Igor Shesterkin is considered one of the best goalies – so expect some entertainment.

The Rangers reached the Eastern Conference Finals last season, losing to the Lightning in six games.

February 11 c. New York Islanders

As tradition dictates, the family weekend includes two afternoon games over two days due to the NFL Super Bowl.

The Islanders will be Saturday’s opponents before Connor McDavid, Leon Draisaitl and the Oilers arrive at the arena on Sunday.

Both meetings are scheduled for 12:30 p.m. ET.

February 28 in San Jose

The Canadians begin their trip to California with a stop in the San Francisco Bay Area to take on the Sharks at the SAP Center.

Then two matches in a row await them in California, with a match in Los Angeles (March 2) and another in Anaheim (March 3).

The four-game journey culminates in a game against Max Pacioretty and the Golden Knights on March 5 in Las Vegas.

March 13 vs. Colorado

Fans will likely have an opportunity to show all their love for “Lehky” during his five-and-a-half seasons with the Canadians on this extraordinary evening.

From Nathan Mackinnon, Gabriel Landeskog, Mikko Rantanen to Conn Smythe Trophy winner Cale Makar, the Avalanche have a cast of star players who will challenge the St. Louis soldiers to their best.

Finding a way to defeat defending champions is always satisfying, no matter the circumstances.

April 13 c. Boston

There’s nothing quite like ending the regular season with a game against the Bruins.

And it could be a very important meeting if both teams are in the playoff race.

With a bit of luck, the Canadians will start the postseason with the wind in their sails.

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