If you are wondering about the Los Angeles Kings 2022-23 Regular Season schedule, you should know a few things. For one, the Kings will play nine home games this season. The Kings will open the season against the Minnesota Timber wolves on March 4, while they will travel to face the New Orleans Pelicans on March 6. They will also play the New York Knicks on March 9, Chris Paul and Devin Booker on March 11, and Gianni’s Antetokounmpo on March 13. The Kings will play the Chicago Bulls on March 15, Brooklyn Nets on March 16, Utah on March 20, and the Trail Blazers in Portland on March 29.
Kings vs. Panthers at Crypto Arena Los Angeles – CA
Fans can’t wait for the return of the National Hockey League to Los Angeles. The league announced last week that the 2022-23 regular season will feature 103 games in the new Crypto Arena. Fans can see their favorite teams at home and on the road.
This year’s schedule includes the Kings’ regular season and seven preseason games. The Kings will play forty-one home games and seven away games this season. The team is also scheduled to host the Vegas Golden Knights in the 2022-23 season. The Kings’ home opener will take place on October 13, 2022, two days earlier than last year. The team will also play the San Jose Sharks on September 25 and the Vegas Golden Knights the following night. In addition, there will be a seven-game home stand in March and two six-game road trips during the season. Individual tickets will be available at Tix2games from September 14 for these games. Kings season-ticket holders and American Express cardholders will receive early access to tickets.
Kings vs. Rangers at Crypto Arena Los Angeles – CA
The Los Angeles Kings will play 82 regular games during the 2022-23 season, with seven preseason games. They will play a total of 41 home games and 41 road games. Check out the NHL’s 2022-23 schedule to learn more about this season’s schedule.
The Kings and the Rangers will take the ice together for the first time in 2022-23, making this a must-see matchup for hockey fans. These teams have a long history of rivalry, and the Kings are eager to settle the score. They have recently missed the playoffs due to injuries and other issues.
The 2022-23 season is set to begin on October 7 and includes two games in Prague, Czech Republic. The following day, the San Jose Sharks will visit the Anaheim Ducks, while the Chicago Blackhawks will play the Nashville Predators. The 2022 NHL Global Series will include games between the San Jose Sharks and the Philadelphia Flyers.
Kings vs. Sharks at Crypto Arena Los Angeles – CA
The Los Angeles Kings have announced their 2022-23 regular season schedule. The Kings will play 82 games during the regular season, including seven preseason games. The schedule includes 41 home games and 41 away games. Both games will be televised on ESPN+.
The 2022-23 regular season schedule also includes a weekend trip to Prague, Czech Republic, to face the Nashville Predators. On Friday, October 7, the Predators will play the Sharks in Prague. The Nashville Predators and the Sharks will meet in Prague, Czech Republic, on Friday, October 8. Columbus Blue Jackets and Colorado Avalanche will meet in Tampere, Finland, on Friday, November 4. The 2022 NHL Thanksgiving Showdown will be Friday, November 25. In addition, the Pittsburgh Penguins will travel to the Philadelphia Flyers, while the Tampa Bay Lightning will host the St. Louis Blues.
Kings vs. Stars at Crypto Arena Los Angeles – CA
The NHL has announced the Los Angeles Kings 2022-23 Regular Season schedule. They will face the Vegas Golden Knights on October 11, 2022-23. They will also have a seven-game homestand and two six-game road trips in March. Individual tickets will go on sale on July 14. Members of the Kings’ season-ticket program, American Express cardholders, and Kings e-news subscribers will have early access to tickets.
Kings vs. Bruins at Crypto Arena Los Angeles – CA
Ahead of the Los Angeles Kings vs. Boston Bruins series, both teams released their 2022-23 regular season schedules. The Bruins opened their season on October 12 against the Washington Capitals. The schedule features six home games in October and only three road games.
The Bruins will play five road games during December, including three against the Stanley Cup champion Colorado Avalanche on December 7. They will also travel to play the New York Islanders on December 13 and the Los Angeles Kings on December 15. Their longest home stand will last five games from December 13 to 22. Other home stands are four games in October (20-27) and March (2-11). The two teams will also host games in the Eastern Conference. The Capitals will open the season home on October 12, hosting the Boston Bruins. In addition to the Capitals-Bruins series, the team will face the Toronto Maple Leafs on October 13. The Bruins and Capitals will also meet in the opening round of the postseason on October 18. Both games will be televised on ESPN.