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Blackhawks single-game tickets to go on sale Sept. 14 [UPDATE]
2022-09-08

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The Chicago Blackhawks announced single-game tickets for the team's 2022-23 regular-season home games at the United Center will go on sale on Wed., Sept. 14, at 2 p.m. to the general public. The team will also announce the full promotional schedule the same day at approximately 10 a.m., including the date for Marian Hossa's highly anticipated jersey retirement ceremony. Fans will be able to purchase tickets at Blackhawks.com/tickets.

The Blackhawks home opener will take place on Friday, Oct. 21, against the Detroit Red Wings at 7:30 p.m. Nineteen of the team's 41 home contests will take place on weekends, including six Fridays, three Saturdays and ten Sundays. The Blackhawks' longest homestand of the season includes seven games on Jan. 1-17. The season will conclude with a match-up against the Philadelphia Flyers on Thursday, April 13 at 7:30 p.m.

Two blasts-from-the-past theme nights to kick off the new year include a Studio 1901 — Blackhawks Disco Party (Jan. 8 vs. Calgary Flames) and BackNTYME — A Blackhawks Retro Experience with '80s- and '90s-inspired entertainment (Jan. 12 vs. Colorado Avalanche)

The first-ever Bulls Night (Jan. 22 vs. Los Angeles Kings) as fans will have the opportunity to experience a one-of-a-kind collaboration night with the United Center's other home team.

And many other fan-favorite games that celebrate the stories of our incredible community including Native American Heritage Night (Nov. 1 vs. New York Islanders); Military Appreciation Night (Nov. 14 vs. Carolina Hurricanes); Hockey Fights Cancer, presented by CIBC (Nov. 3 vs. Los Angeles Kings); First Responders Night (Feb 19 vs. Toronto Maple Leafs); Pride Night, presented by BMO (March 26 vs. Vancouver Canucks); and more.

Preseason Home Games — On Sale Now:

The team's two preseason games at the United Center are on sale now as "One Price" games: same $20 price, all seats — at center ice, on the aisle or behind the benches. Tickets are first-come, first serve, so fans are encouraged to get the best seats in the house before they're gone. Plus, both preseason games will feature a Blackhawks Oktoberfest celebration presented by Goose Island with exclusive Blackhawks steins, half-priced beer and more in the United Center Atrium prior to puck drop.

Training Camp Reminder

Training Camp for the Chicago Blackhawks begins Wed., Sept. 21, at Fifth Third Arena, and all practices are expected to be open to the general public. A more detailed practice schedule will be released at a later date on Blackhawks.com .


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