With the release of the 2022-23 schedule we are seeing a return to normality in the NHL after a few seasons of anything but that. Here is how things look from a Jets perspective who open the season against the New York Rangers in Winnipeg on October 14th and conclude the regular season against the defending Stanley Cup champion Avalanche six months later on April 13th. For everything in-between those two games here you go:
– They play 13 back-to-backs
– They have two 5-game homestands;
– They have one five game road trip;
– Return of former Jets bench boss Paul Maurice on December 6th
– Kyle Connor bobblehead night on March 6th
– Dale Hawerchuk Statue unveil/Commemorative coin giveaway on October 1 (pre-season game)
– Fan appreciation night on April 10th.
New cultural celebrations this season:
– Filipino Heritage Night (Nov. 8)
– South Asian Heritage Night (Feb. 11).