NHL Preseason Live Stream, schedule, lineups and injury report, October 1, 2022 !

The Seattle Kraken will welcome the Vancouver Canucks to Climate Pledge Arena for their NHL pre-season game on Saturday. Seattle won their last game against the same opponent 4-3 with goals from Ryan Donato, John Hayden, Ty Karty and Cole Lind. Goalkeeper Martin Jones had a great match as he faced 15 shots and saved them all. John Hayden said after the match, “It’s a young group. I think we had a chip on our shoulder coming into this match and we had a blast. We didn’t give up and it was a fun night.”

On the other hand, the Canucks team saw Andrei Kuzmenko score a double and have an assist while Tanner Persson scored the other goal. Goalkeeper Thatcher Demko saved 17 of the 18 shots he faced and allowed only one goal. Coach Bruce Boudreaux said after the match, “The game of strength was moving well. We got two goals from it. But you need more than strength to win matches.”

Expected Lists

Seattle Kraken

Mate Beeners – Oliver Björkstrand – Andrei Burakowski

Ryan Donato, Jonas Donskoy, Jordan Eberley

Jesperroden, Morgan Jake, Yanni Gord

John Hayden, Luke Henman, Andrew Potoralsky

Will Borgen – Vince Dunn

Riker Evans – Callorey

Michael Kempney – Adam Larson

Joy Dacor

Magnus Helberg

Vancouver Canucks

William Lockwood – Connor Garland – GT Miller

Sheldon Dress, Elias Peterson, Tanner Pearson

Dakota Joshua – Nils Aman – Vasily Podkolzin

Linus Carlson – Andrei Kuzmenko – Nils Hoeglander

Jack Rathbone – Danny Deciser

Tucker Pullman – Oliver Ekman-Larson

Queen Hughes – Noah Goulson

Arturs Cellovs

Thatcher Demko

injury report

Seattle Kraken: Ryan Winterton, Chris Dredger

Vancouver Canucks: Ilya Mikheev

Seattle Kraken vs Vancouver Canucks schedule

The game between the Seattle Kraken and the Vancouver Canucks will take place at Climate Pledge Arena in Seattle, Washington on Saturday, October 1 at 9:30 p.m. ET.

Where to watch Seattle Kraken vs Vancouver Canucks?

The match between the Seattle Kraken and the Vancouver Canucks will be broadcast live on SN1, SNP, and Root Sports Northwest.

nation Channel date and time
United State Northwest root sports October 1 (9:30 p.m. ET)
Canada SN1, SNP October 1 (9:30 p.m. ET)

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