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Examining The 2022-23 Schedule

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The next nine months of our lives are officially set!

The NHL released the Golden Knights’ full schedule for the 2022-23 season and we’re here to break it down. (Scroll to the bottom to see full schedule)

  • Longest Homestand
    • 2022-23: 7 games
      • 1/5-1/21
    • 2021-22: 6 games (twice)
      • 11/9-11/20 (5-1-0)
      • 12/31-1/11 (3-3-2) *This was originally scheduled as a 6-game homestand but a rescheduled away game turned it into 8*
    • 2021: 5 games
      • 1/26-2/11 (3-1-1)
    • 2019-20: 7 games
      • 12/28-1/11 (4-3-0)
    • 2018-19: 5 games
      • 10/16-10/28 (3-1-1)
    • 2017-18: 7 games (twice)
      • 10/10-10/27 (6-1-0)
      • 2/11-2/23 (5-2-0)
  • Longest Road Trip
    • 2022-23:  6 games
      • 1/22-2/9
    • 2021-22: 5 games
      • 3/8-3/15 (0-5-0)
    • 2021: 6 games
      • 3/5-3/13 (4-2-0)
    • 2019-20: 8 games
      • 1/14-2/6 (4-3-1)
    • 2018-19: 5 games
      • 10/6-10/13 (2-3-0)
    • 2017-18: 6 games (twice)
      • 10/30-11/7 (1-4-1)
      • 1/30-2/8 (4-2-0)

  • Back-to-Backs
    • 2022-23: 7
      • Road/Road: 4
      • Home/Home: 1
      • Road/Home:
      • Home/Road: 2
    • 2021-22: 13 *Due to the NHL not going to the Olympics, many were rescheduled*
      • Road/Road: 9
        • 4 points – 2
        • 2 Points – 4
        • 0 Points – 2
      • Home/Home:
      • Road/Home: 1
        • 0 Points – 1
      • Home/Road: 3
        • 2 Points – 1
    • 2021: 8
      • Road/Road: 3
        • 4 points – 2
        • 2 points – 1
      • Home/Home: 1
        • 1 point – 1
      • Road/Home: 2
        • 2 points – 2
      • Home/Road: 2
        • 4 points – 2
    • 2019-20: 12
      • Road/Road: 6
        • 4 points – 3
        • 2 points – 2
        • 0 points – 1
      • Home/Home: 0
      • Road/Home: 3
        • 2 points – 3
      • Home/Road: 3
        • 4 points – 2
        • Cancelled – 1
    • 2018-19: 13
      • Road/Road: 7
        • 4 points – 1
        • 2 points – 3
        • 0 points – 3
      • Home/Home:2
        • 4 points – 1
        • 2 points – 1
      • Road/Home: 1
        • 2 points – 1
      • Home/Road: 3
        • 4 points – 2
        • 1 point – 1
    • 2017-18: 12
      • Road/Road: 9
        • 4 points – 3
        • 3 points – 1
        • 2 points – 2
        • 1 point – 1
        • 0 points – 2
      • Home/Home: 1
        • 4 points – 1
      • Road/Home: 1
        • 1 point – 1
      • Home/Road: 1
        • 4 points – 1
  • Longest Time Away From T-Mobile Arena
    • 2022-23: 21 Days (1/22-2/11)
    • 2021-22: 24 Days (2/2-2/26)
    • 2021: – 12 Days (3/4-3/15)
    • 2019-20 – 28 Days (1/11-2/8)
    • 2018-19 – 16 Days (1/23-2/9)
    • 2017-18 – 16 Days (1/25-2/11)
  • Bye Week
    • 2021:22: Jan. 29 – Feb 6 *Includes All Star Game*
    • 2021-22: Feb. 2nd to Feb. 25th *Olympic Break
    • 2021: N/A
    • 2019-20: Jan. 22 – Jan. 26
    • 2018-19: Jan. 27 – Jan. 31
    • 2017-18: Jan. 8 – Jan. 12
  • Division Games in March/April
    • 2022-23: 9
    • 2021-22: 13 (8-2-2) *1 rescheduled
    • 2021: 32 (23-8-1)
    • 2019-20: 9 (3-0-0) *6 cancelled
    • 2018-19: 11 (7-3-1)
    • 2017-18: 8 (4-3-1)
  • Games by Day
    • Monday
      • 2022-23: 9
      • 2021-22: 6 (1-4-0) *1 rescheduled
      • 2021: 12 (9-3-0)
      • 2019-20: 7 (3-3-0) *1 cancelled
      • 2018-19: 8 (2-6-0)
      • 2017-18: 6 (3-1-2)
    • Tuesday
      • 2022-23:  17
      • 2021-22: 18 (8-7-4) *1 added due to reschedule
      • 2021: 3 (1-1-1)
      • 2019-20: 17 (7-7-0) *3 cancelled
      • 2018-19: 11 (7-4-0)
      • 2017-18: 20 (12-7-1)
    • Wednesday
      • 2022-23: 5
      • 2021-22: 9 (5-5-1) *2 added due to reschedule
      • 2021: 11 (8-3-0)
      • 2019-20: 6 (4-0-0) *2 cancelled
      • 2018-19: 9 (4-3-2)
      • 2017-18: 5 (3-2-0)
    • Thursday
      • 2022-23: 19
      • 2021-22: 14 (9-4-0) *1 rescheduled
      • 2021: 4 (2-1-1)
      • 2019-20: 16 (6-3-5) *2 cancelled
      • 2018-19: 14 (8-6-0)
      • 2017-18: 14 (7-6-1)
    • Friday
      • 2022-23: 6
      • 2021-22: 13 (7-4-1) *1 rescheduled
      • 2021: 9 (7-2-0)
      • 2019-20: 8 (5-3-0)
      • 2018-19: 10 (4-5-1)
      • 2017-18: 14 (8-5-1)
    • Saturday
      • 2022-23: 19
      • 2021-22: 11 (7-4-0)
      • 2021: 11 (9-2-0)
      • 2019-20: 16 (7-4-3) *2 cancelled
      • 2018-19: 19 (10-6-3)
      • 2017-18: 12 (9-1-2)
    • Sunday
      • 2022-23: 7
      • 2021-22: 11 (6-3-2)
      • 2021: 6 (5-1-0)
      • 2019-20: 12 (7-3-0) *2 cancelled
      • 2018-19: 11 (8-2-1)
      • 2017-18: 11 (10-1-0)

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14 Comments

  1. knights fan in minny

    oct 11 summer is going to fast

  2. Bobby

    Getting older! Life is going too fast! Interesting to see what effect the long off-season has on the team.

  3. Tim

    The infamous schedule will we do a little better then last year at home? How people can pay that kind of money for the inferior product they put out last year is beyond me. They better hope they get there shit together this year or they’ll start seeing a decline in attendance.

  4. LVsc

    Vgk prospects—–

    Morozov and 2021 first-round pick Zach Dean are at center, 2020 first-round pick Brendan Brisson and Silver Knights leading scorer Pavel Dorofeyev are on the wing, defensemen Kaedan Korczak, Lukas Cormier, Daniil Chayka and Peter DiLiberatore are in the pipeline, and goaltender Logan Thompson had an impressive rookie season.

    • Tim

      LVsc, I wish I was as confident as you are in our young players. One red flag last winter Logan Thompson playing for Canada in some tournament was pulled obviously for not doing a good job so thats a little scary. I hope all your choices above make it I’m hoping one or two can become solid NHL players after that it’s all gravy.

  5. knights fan in minny

    the question is will deboer get booed or welcomed when dallas comes to t.mobile

    • Minny,

      I was at his 1,000 game as a coach and it seemed to me when he was honored it was a mixture of boos and cheers.

      • I’ll be watching from home, and I’ll change the channel for PDB’S ” tribute. More like his ” Good Riddance” tribute…

    • Blitz

      I would throw large chunks of rotten meat at him while booing. F that guy! Of course I won’t be at that game, but it’s the thought that counts.

  6. knights fan in minny

    i don’t know how credible the hockey buzz is but they mention ottawa could takea swing at Theodore in a trade

  7. knights fan in minny

    fluery 2 years 7 mill re up with the wild

    • Good for MAF! Glad he has a “home” to retire in.. Our loss in Vegas, unfortunately. Guess the statue idea is a bust.

  8. Chuckles

    Let’s see now, give us an N not football. Give us an H played hookie from bookie took my cookie from hockey last year. Give us an L. Losing came about with injury. Jury out of in. Flip a coin. Prefer flipping paper money. Out

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