Season Tickets go on sale August 30, 2021
All times and dates subject to change
August 24, 2021 Salt Lake City, UtahUniversity of Utah hockey is finally back! After not playing last season due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Skatin’ Utes are back on the ice for the 2021-22 season! The Men’s Division 1 ACHA program will play a total of 26 games during the upcoming season. The Utes will also be playing in a conference in the ACHA for the first time, as they lace up the skates in the Western Collegiate Hockey League (WCHL) along with many of the top ACHA D1 programs in the West. Utah will open both its season and conference schedule on October 1st and 2nd, as the Utes host the Arizona Wildcats for opening weekend at the Salt Lake City Sports Complex. The Utes hit the road the next two weeks in October as they head to Las Vegas to play UNLV on October 7th and 9th and then go east to Boulder to take on Colorado on October 14th and 15th. The Utes return home the following week to play Arizona State October 22nd and 23rd and wrap up the month on the road at Arizona on October 29th and 30th. Utah will play six games in November as they head to Arizona State November 5th and 6th and play UNLV at home on November 12th and 13th. The Utes go back on the road to end the month as they head to Grand Canyon for two games on November 19th and 20th. The Utes wrap up the 2021 calendar year with a pair of games against an ACHA D2 opponent as the University of Oregon comes to Salt Lake City on December 3rd and 4th. The season heats up in January as the Utes host Colorado January 28th and 29th. As the calendar shifts to February, the Utes will play their final six games of the season as they host Grand Canyon on February 4th and 5th and Oklahoma February 11th and 12th. Utah will end the season on the road at Colorado State on February 18th and 19th. If the Utes finish the season ranked in the top 20 of the final ACHA rankings they’ll qualify for the ACHA Men’s D1 National Championship Tournament, which will take place in St Louis, MO March 10th through the 15th. In all, the Utes will play 24 conference games as they will look for their first conference title since the M2 Utes won back to back PAC-8 titles in 2016. They’ll be looking to advance to the M1 Nationals for the first time in program history. Full Men’s Division 1 Schedule can be found here.