Arizona Coyotes’ 2022-23 schedule includes 14-game road trip – Arizona Sports

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Arizona Coyotes center Nick Schmaltz, middle, smiles as he celebrates his goal against the Vegas Golden Knights with right wing Clayton Keller (9) and center Barrett Hayton (29) during the third period of an NHL hockey game Friday, Feb. 25, 2022, in Glendale, Ariz. The Coyotes won 3-1. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)
The Arizona Coyotes revealed their schedule for the 2022-23 season on Wednesday.
The Coyotes will open up the season on the road Oct. 13 against the Pittsburgh Penguins. The matchup will be the first of six-straight road contests for Arizona to start the season.
The Coyotes won’t see home ice until an Oct. 28 game against the Winnipeg Jets. It’ll mark the first time Arizona takes the ice in Tempe following its move from Glendale after last season. The Coyotes will temporarily play at Arizona State’s multipurpose arena from 2022-23 through 2024-25 (with an additional option for 2025-26) while their new home is being built.
The real road gauntlet, however, begins in November. From Nov. 5-Dec. 7, Arizona will embark on a 14-game road trip, tying the 2010 Vancouver Canucks for the longest such trip in NHL history. The New York Islanders had a 13-game stint on the road last season due to their stadium being under construction.
The Coyotes enter Year 2 with head coach Andre Tourigny at the helm.
Last season, Arizona put up the second-fewest goals in the league and finished eighth in the Central Division.
– Preseason: Sat. Sept. 24 ST. LOUIS (Wichita, Kansas)
– Preseason: Sun. Sept. 24 ANAHEIM (Tucson)
– Preseason: Tue. Sept. 27 @ Dallas (Tulsa, Oklahoma)
– Preseason: Wed. Sept. 28 @ Anaheim
– Preseason: Tue. Oct. 4 @ Vegas
– Preseason: Fri. Oct. 7 @ Vancouver
– Preseason: Sat. Oct. 8 @ Vegas (Boise, Idaho)
– Thu. Oct. 13 @ Pittsburgh
– Sat. Oct. 15 @ Boston
– Mon. Oct. 17 @ Toronto
– Thu. Oct. 20 @ Montreal
– Sat. Oct. 22 @ Ottawa
– Tue. Oct. 25 @ Columbus
– Fri. Oct. 28 WINNIPEG
– Sun. Oct. 30 NY RANGERS
– Tue. Nov. 1 FLORIDA
– Thu. Nov. 3 DALLAS
– Sat. Nov. 5 @ Washington
– Tue. Nov. 8 @ Buffalo
– Thu. Nov. 10 @ NY Islanders
– Sat. 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
– Sat. 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
– Sat. Dec. 17 BUFFALO
– Mon. Dec. 19 MONTREAL
– Wed. Dec. 21 @ Vegas
– Fri. Dec. 23 LOS ANGELES
– Tue. Dec. 27 COLORADO
– Thu. Dec. 29 TORONTO
– Sat. 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
– Sat. Jan. 14 @ Minnesota
– Sun. Jan. 15 @ Winnipeg
– Tue. Jan. 17 DETROIT
– Thu. Jan. 19 WASHINGTON
– Sat. Jan. 21 @ Dallas
– Sun. Jan. 22 VEGAS
– Tue. Jan. 24 ANAHEIM
– Thu. Jan. 26 ST. LOUIS
– Sat. Jan. 28 @ Anaheim
– Mon. Feb. 6 MINNESOTA
– Fri. Feb. 10 @ Chicago
– Sat. Feb. 11 @ St. Louis
– Mon. Feb. 13 @ Nashville
– Wed. Feb. 15 TAMPA BAY
– Sat. 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
– Sat. Mar. 11 @ Colorado
– Sun. Mar. 12 MINNESOTA
– Tue. Mar. 14 CALGARY
– Thu. Mar. 16 VANCOUVER
– Sat. 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
– Sat. Apr. 1 SAN JOSE
– Mon. Apr. 3 @ Seattle
– Thu. Apr. 6 @ Seatte
– Sat. Apr. 8 ANAHEIM
– Mon. Apr. 10 SEATTLE
– Thu. Apr. 13 VANCOUVER

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