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USHL unveils its 2022-23 schedule, key dates

The 30-week regular season will kick off Sept. 22 at the Dicks Sporting Goods Fall Classic at the UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex in Cranberry Township, Pa.

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Fargo's Ryan Alexander skates with the puck against Tri-City's Shaun McEwen at Scheels Arena on Friday, Feb. 11, 2022. The two teams will play in the third annual Frosty Cup on Jan. 27-29, 2023 in Dallas.
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The USHL has announced its schedule for the 2022-23 season , and it will follow a similar structure as the previous two years. Each team will play a full 62 games over 30 weeks against regionally based teams.

The season is set to begin on Sept. 22 for the Dick's Sporting Goods Fall Classic at UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex in Cranberry Township, Pa. This will be the sixth time the league has had all the teams together in one building to begin the season. The Fall Classic is a five-day event in partnership with the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Other key events for the league include the third annual Frosty Cup in partnership with the Dallas Stars, taking place Jan. 27-29. The Tri-City Storm and Fargo Force will play two games in Dallas. The second annual USHL American Cup will be held Dec. 2-4 in Rochester, N.Y., where the Youngstown Phantoms and Green Bay Gamblers will take part.

The 2022-23 season will conclude April 22.

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Kirsten Krull covers juniors and prospects for The Rink Live. She is a 2020 St. Cloud State graduate, and has been working in the hockey world for over six years, covering many levels of the game from juniors to the NHL.
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