Seattle Kraken Announce Preseason Schedule

Seattle Kraken celebrate win at Climate Pledge Arena
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On Wednesday morning, the Seattle Kraken announced their 2024-25 preseason schedule.

It consists of six games and starts out facing the Calgary Flames at Climate Pledge Arena on September 22nd, followed by home-and-home games with the Vancouver Canucks on September 24th and 27th. After that, the Kraken will hit the road to play the Edmonton Oilers on September 28th and the Calgary Flames again on the 30th. The preseason will wrap up with the Kraken heading back home to play the Oilers on October 2nd.

During the 2023-24 season, the Kraken faced the Oilers, Canucks, and Flames three times, each falling short in every game against the Oilers. However, they held a 2-1 record against the Canucks and the Flames. This will be the first time the Kraken will face the Canucks since February and the Oilers and Flames since March. Hopefully, with some roster moves over the summer, the Kraken will have a better record against the Oilers in the 2024-25 season.

Full Preseason Schedule

DateOpponentLocation
September 22Calgary FlamesClimate Pledge Arena
September 24Vancouver CanucksRogers Arena
September 27Vancouver CanucksClimate Pledge Arena
September 28Edmonton OilersRogers Place
September 30Calgary FlamesScotiabank Saddledome
October 2Edmonton OilersClimate Pledge Arena

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I grew up in Seattle mostly following baseball as a kid and more recently got into hockey. Since then it’s been my favorite thing, I love the community surrounding it, the people it’s brought into my life, the opportunities and of course the game itself. When I’m not watching hockey I spend a lot of time outside with my dog and following all kinds of other sports!

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