Colorado Avalanche Announce 2021-2022 Season Schedule

The NHL introduced its full 2021-2022 regular-season timetable on Thursday, and also the Colorado Avalanche will certainly be going back to the Central Division after investing last season in the West Division.

The newest club, the Seattle Kraken will join the Pacific Division, which will certainly have an effect on the Avalanche. The Central Division will certainly currently have 8 groups with the Arizona Coyotes relocating right into the Avs division.

The Avalanche open their campaign in the house, on Wednesday, Oct. 13 versus the Chicago Blackhawks. The Avalanche face the Blackhawks on Opening Night for a 3rd time (additionally in 2003 and also 2010). This marks the fourth straight year that Colorado starts its period in the house.

Some assorted routine notes:

Colorado will have its busiest December ever with 16 games. They will play 11 back-to-back sets throughout the period and also their longest homestand will certainly be four video games, set up for April 13– 18, 2022. Their longest road trip is 5 games to be played from Dec. 1– 8. The regular season ends on April 29, 2022 in Minnesota.

The full schedule is below. Begin times will certainly be revealed at a later day.

OCTOBER

Wed Oct. 13 CHICAGO

Sat Oct. 16 ST. LOUIS

Tue Oct. 19 at Washington

Thu Oct. 21 at Florida

Sat Oct. 23 at Tampa Bay

Tue Oct. 26 VEGAS

Thu Oct. 28 at St. Louis

Sat Oct. 30 MINNESOTA

NOVEMBER

Wed Nov. 3 COLUMBUS

Sat Nov. 6 at Columbus

Thu Nov. 11 VANCOUVER

Sat Nov. 13 SAN JOSE

Wed Nov. 17 at Vancouver

Fri Nov. 19 at Seattle

Mon Nov. 22 OTTAWA

Wed Nov. 24 ANAHEIM

Fri Nov. 26 at Dallas

Sat Nov. 27 NASHVILLE

DECEMBER

Joined Dec. 1 at Toronto

Thu Dec. 2 at Montreal

Sat Dec. 4 at Ottawa

Mon Dec. 6 at Philadelphia

Joined Dec. 8 at NY Rangers

Fri Dec. 10 DETROIT

Sun Dec. 12 FLORIDA

Tue Dec. 14 NY RANGERS

Thu Dec. 16 at Nashville

Sat Dec. 18 TAMPA BAY

Mon Dec. 20 at Detroit

Wed Dec. 22 at Buffalo

Thu Dec. 23 at Boston

Mon Dec. 27 at Vegas

Wed Dec. 29 DALLAS

Fri Dec. 31 at Dallas

JANUARY

Sun Jan. 2 ANAHEIM

Tue Jan. 4 at Chicago

Thu Jan. 6 WINNIPEG

Sat Jan. 8 TORONTO

Mon Jan. 10 SEATTLE

Tue Jan. 11 at Nashville

Fri Jan. 14 ARIZONA

Sat Jan. 15 at Arizona

Mon Jan. 17 MINNESOTA

Wed Jan. 19 at Anaheim

Thu Jan. 20 at Los Angeles

Sat Jan. 22 MONTREAL

Mon Jan. 24 CHICAGO

Wed Jan. 26 BOSTON

Fri Jan. 28 at Chicago

Sunlight Jan. 30 BUFFALO

FEBRUARY

Tue Feb. 1 ARIZONA

ALL-STAR/ OLYMPIC BREAK

Fri Feb. 25 WINNIPEG

Sat Feb. 26 at Vegas

MARCH

Tue Mar. 1 NY ISLANDERS

Thu Mar. 3 at Arizona

Sat Mar. 5 CALGARY

Mon Mar. 7 at NY Islanders

Tue Mar. 8 at New Jersey

Thu Mar. 10 at Carolina

Sun Mar. 13 CALGARY

Tue Mar. 15 at Los Angeles

Fri Mar. 18 at San Jose

Mon Mar. 21 EDMONTON

Wed Mar. 23 VANCOUVER

Fri Mar. 25 PHILADELPHIA

Sun Mar. 27 at Minnesota

Tue Mar. 29 at Calgary

Thu Mar. 31 SAN JOSE

APRIL

Sat Apr. 2 PITTSBURGH

Tue Apr. 5 at Pittsburgh

Fri Apr. 8 at Winnipeg

Sat Apr. 9 at Edmonton

Wed Apr. 13 LOS ANGELES

Thu Apr. 14 NEW JERSEY

Sat Apr. 16 CAROLINA

Mon Apr. 18 WASHINGTON

Wed Apr. 20 at Seattle

Fri Apr. 22 at Edmonton

Sun Apr. 24 at Winnipeg

Tue Apr. 26 ST. LOUIS

Thu Apr. 28 NASHVILLE

Fri Apr. 29 at Minnesota

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