The Chicago Blackhawks announced that single-game tickets for the team's 2021-22 regular season at the United Center, 1901 W. Madison St., will go on sale to the general public on Tuesday, Sept. 14 at 12 p.m. CT on blackhawks.com .
Blackhawks preseason home games will also become available for purchase at that time.
The Blackhawks' home opener will be Tuesday, Oct. 19, vs. the New York Islanders followed by the team's 1Kane recognition on Thursday, Oct. 21, against Vancouver.
Some of the fan-favorite games that celebrate the stories of the local community include Native American Heritage Night (Nov. 7, vs. Nashville), Military Appreciation Night (Nov. 12, vs. Arizona), Hockey Fights Cancer (Nov. 28, vs. San Jose), Chicago Blackhawks Foundation Night (March 20, vs. Winnipeg), Pride Night (April 12, vs. Los Angeles) and many more.
Additionally, Blackhawks Legacy Nights will honor Chicago's hockey heroes who recently hung up their skates and are celebrated by Blackhawks fans far and wide for their accomplishments both on and off the ice over the last decade. Former players slated to make their return to the United Center as part of this series include Andrew Shaw on Jan. 13, vs. Montreal; Brent Seabrook on Jan. 31, vs. Vancouver; and Niklas Hjalmarsson on March 3, when the team takes on Edmonton.
Recently, the United Center announced that all event attendees aged 12 and olderincluding fans at Chicago Blackhawks gameswill be required to present either proof of full vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test to gain access to the arena.