This is the city of Calgary, Alberta On Friday, September 23, 2022, the Western Hockey League announced that the 2022-23 Regular Season would commence. On Monday, June 20th, WHL teams will begin revealing their home opener dates for the 2022-23 regular season, which will take place in Winnipeg.
Pre-season schedule for WHL in 2022 has also been released by WHL. The season begins on September 6 and ends on September 18 with a total of 47 games.
Both the Everett Silvertips and Tri-City Americans host tournaments in the WHL’s pre-season schedule in 2022.
There are six preseason games planned to begin on September 9 and all five U.S. Division Clubs are expected to appear. The Angel of the Winds Arena in Everett will host all six games.
On Friday, September 16, Tri-City will host a five-game pre-season event that will feature appearances by all five of the US Division Clubs. The Toyota Arena in Kennewick, Wash., will be the venue for all five of the matches.
There will be five new communities outside the WHL Club markets where WHL Pre-Season hockey will be played, giving hockey fans in other parts of Western Canada the chance to see it live.
Big River First Nation Arena in Debden, Saskatchewan, will host the Prince Albert Raiders and Saskatoon Blades on September 6, approximately 90 kilometres northwest of Prince Albert.
Jon Baillie Arena will host two WHL games on September 9 and 10: the Vancouver Giants will face the Prince George Cougars in Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, while the Victoria Royals will face Prince George in Victoria.
Edmonton and Calgary will meet in Siksika Deerfoot Sportsplex approximately 125 kilometres southeast of Calgary on September 17th for a two-game series.
In Warman, Saskatchewan, the Blades will take against the Raiders while Cam Neely Arena in Maple Ridge, British Columbia, hosts the Giants and the Kelowna Rockets in September 17.
The 2022-23 WHL Regular Season Schedule is planned to be unveiled in the first week of July.
|1||Prince Albert||Saskatoon||September 6||1 p.m. MT||Big River First Nation Arena – Debden, Sask.|
|2||Portland||Seattle||September 9||2 p.m. PT||Angel of the Winds Arena|
|3||Everett||Spokane||September 9||6 p.m. PT||Angel of the Winds Arena|
|4||Brandon||Winnipeg||September 9||7 p.m. CT||Westoba Place|
|5||Calgary||Red Deer||September 9||7 p.m. MT||Seven Chiefs Sportsplex|
|6||Edmonton||Saskatoon||September 9||7 p.m. MT||Downtown Community Arena|
|7||Kamloops||Kelowna||September 9||7 p.m. PT||Sandman Centre|
|8||Lethbridge||Medicine Hat||September 9||7 p.m. MT||Enmax Centre|
|9||Moose Jaw||Swift Current||September 9||7 p.m. MT||Mosaic Place|
|10||Prince Albert||Regina||September 9||7 p.m. MT||Art Hauser Centre|
|11||Vancouver||Prince George||September 9||7 p.m. PT||Jon Baillie Arena – Port Coquitlam, B.C.|
|12||Seattle||Spokane||September 10||2 p.m. PT||Angel of the Winds Arena|
|13||Everett||Tri-City||September 10||6 p.m. PT||Angel of the Winds Arena|
|14||Edmonton||Saskatoon||September 10||4 p.m. MT||Downtown Community Arena|
|15||Kelowna||Kamloops||September 10||7:05 p.m. PT||Prospera Place|
|16||Medicine Hat||Lethbridge||September 10||7 p.m. MT||Co-op Place|
|17||Red Deer||Calgary||September 10||7 p.m. MT||Peavey Mart Centrium|
|18||Regina||Prince Albert||September 10||7 p.m. MT||Brandt Centre|
|19||Swift Current||Moose Jaw||September 10||7 p.m. MT||Innovation Credit Union iPlex|
|20||Victoria||Prince George||September 10||7 p.m. PT||Jon Baillie Arena – Port Coquitlam, B.C.|
|21||Winnipeg||Brandon||September 10||7 p.m. CT||Rink Hockey Academy|
|22||Tri-City||Seattle||September 11||Noon PT||Angel of the Winds Arena|
|23||Everett||Portland||September 11||4 p.m. PT||Angel of the Winds Arena|
|24||Vancouver||Victoria||September 11||4 p.m. PT||Langley Events Centre|
|25||Kelowna||Victoria||September 13||7:05 p.m. PT||Prospera Place|
|26||Kamloops||Victoria||September 14||7 p.m. PT||Sandman Centre|
|27||Regina||Winnipeg||September 15||7 p.m. MT||Brandt Centre|
|28||Spokane||Portland||September 16||3:05 p.m. PT||Toyota Arena|
|29||Tri-City||Everett||September 16||7:05 p.m. PT||Toyota Arena|
|30||Edmonton||Calgary||September 16||7 p.m. MT||Downtown Community Arena|
|31||Kamloops||Prince George||September 16||7 p.m. PT||Sandman Centre|
|32||Kelowna||Vancouver||September 16||7:05 p.m. PT||Prospera Place|
|33||Lethbridge||Red Deer||September 16||7 p.m. MT||Enmax Centre|
|34||Moose Jaw||Brandon||September 16||7 p.m. MT||Mosaic Place|
|35||Prince Albert||Saskatoon||September 16||7 p.m. MT||Art Hauser Centre|
|36||Swift Current||Medicine Hat||September 16||7 p.m. MT||Innovation Credit Union iPlex|
|37||Seattle||Everett||September 17||2:05 p.m. PT||Toyota Arena|
|38||Tri-City||Portland||September 17||6:05 p.m. PT||Toyota Arena|
|39||Brandon||Moose Jaw||September 17||7 p.m. CT||Westoba Place|
|40||Calgary||Edmonton||September 17||7 p.m. MT||Siksika Deerfoot Sportsplex – Siksika, Alta.|
|41||Medicine Hat||Swift Current||September 17||7 p.m. MT||Co-op Place|
|42||Prince George||Kamloops||September 17||6 p.m. PT||CN Centre|
|43||Red Deer||Lethbridge||September 17||7 p.m. MT||Peavey Mart Centrium|
|44||Saskatoon||Prince Albert||September 17||7 p.m. MT||Legends Centre – Warman, Sask.|
|45||Vancouver||Kelowna||September 17||7 p.m. PT||Cam Neely Arena – Maple Ridge, B.C.|
|46||Winnipeg||Regina||September 17||7 p.m. CT||Rink Hockey Academy|
|47||Tri-City||Spokane||September 18||2:05 p.m. PT||Toyota Arena|
About the Western Hockey League
WHL’s headquarters are located in Calgary, Alberta, which is considered to be the best junior hockey league in the world. Western Canada has 17 clubs in the WHL and five in the U.S. Pacific Northwest region. For more than half a century, the Western Hockey League (WHL), a member of the Canadian Hockey League, has been a major source of NHL talent. With over 375 graduates earning WHL Scholarships each year to pursue post-secondary education, the WHL is also the top sponsor of hockey scholarships. The core of the Canadian National Junior Hockey Team is always made up of players from the Western Hockey League.
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