The official schedule for the Vegas Golden Knights‘ 2022-23 regular season has finally been released.
On Wednesday, July 6, the National Hockey League unveiled the schedule. However, there’s a slight difference to the VGK’s first game compared to pervious seasons.
For the second time since the team’s inception, the Golden Knights will start their season away rather than at home, according to the NHL.
The first game will be on Oct. 11 at 7 p.m. with the VGKs playing against the Los Angeles Kings at Crypto.com Arena.
On Oct. 13, the Golden Knights will play their first home game against the Chicago Blackhawks.
According to the NHL, the Golden Knights will have a “season-high, seven-game homestand” that’ll start on Jan. 5, 2023.
This homestand will go as following:
- Jan. 5 against Pittsburgh Penguins
- Jan. 7 against Los Angeles Kings
- Jan. 12 against Florida Panthers
- Jan. 14 against Edmonton Oilers
- Jan. 16 against Dallas Stars
- Jan. 19 against Detroit Red Wings
- Jan. 21 against Washington Capitals
After this homestand, the Golden Knights will play a “season high” of six consecutive games on the road, which starts immediately after the streak of home games.
- Jan. 22 in Arizona (Coyotes)
- Jan. 24 in New Jersey (Devils)
- Jan. 27 in New York (Rangers)
- Jan. 28 in New York (Islanders)
- Feb. 7 in Tennessee (Predators)
- Feb. 9 in Minnesota (Wild)
According to the NHL, VGK will play at T-Mobile Arena during key dates for Sin City! These dates include Nevada Day, New Year’s Eve, Martin Luther King Jr. Day and the day of the National Football League’s Super Bowl LVII.
This season is sure to be an exciting one with new leadership and a change in command for the team.
Memberships for the full season will be available starting July 11 for the team’s 41 regular season games and additional preseason games.
“Key benefits to being a full-season member include the best pricing on tickets to all home games, a complimentary jersey, exclusive member-only events, and the ability to safely and conveniently resell game tickets,” the NHL stated.
For the Golden Knights‘ full 2022-23 schedule, see below!