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The 2023/24 Avalanche Preseason Schedule is Out!



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Although it seems like it’s a long ways away, the Colorado Avalanche will be back on the ice before you know it.

On Friday morning, the team sent out their 2023/24 preseason schedule, which includes the standard six games they play every preseason.

They’ll open on Sunday, September 24 at home against the Minnesota Wild, and finish on Thursday, October 5 in Las Vegas against the defending Stanley Cup champs. The regular season should start soon after. It will be the sixth straight preseason where they play the same three opponents – Minnesota, Dallas, and Vegas. Preseason isn’t exactly the most excited brand of hockey, but after a long summer, you kind of take what you can get. It’s most important for young players who want to get noticed by the NHL coaching staff.

While the Avalanche did not release their training camp schedule, and typically don’t until a week or so before, it usually starts around 4-5 days before their first preseason game, so plan accordingly.

All the games will be broadcast on Altitude Sports Radio, and TV information will be released in the future. Single game tickets will be made available in the future as well.

If you are hankering for Avalanche hockey already, development camp is expected to take place from July 3-5 at Family Sports Center. Nothing is official, but that’s what the arena’s calendar shows.

Below is the schedule, so mark your calendars. The bolded games will take place at home.

Sept. 24 MINNESOTA – 1 p.m. – Denver (Ball Arena)
Sept. 25 VEGAS – 7 p.m. – Denver (Ball Arena)
Sept. 28 at Minnesota – 6 p.m. – St. Paul (Xcel Energy Center)
Oct. 1 DALLAS – 5 p.m. – Denver (Ball Arena)
Oct. 3 at Dallas – 6 p.m. – Dallas (American Airlines Center)
Oct. 5 at Vegas – 8 p.m. – Las Vegas (T-Mobile Arena)

Avalanche preseason schedul

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