|PointsBet September Madness Invitational||Fredericton, New Brunswick||September 21-25, 2022|
|National - GSOC||North Bay, Ontario||October 4-9, 2022|
|Tour Challenge Tier 1 – GSOC||Grand Prairie, Alberta||October 18-23, 2022|
|Pan Continental Championships||Grand Prairie, Alberta||October 30-November 5, 2022|
|Masters - GSOC||Oakville, Ontario||December 6-11, 2022|
|Canadian Open - GSOC||Camrose, Alberta||January 10-15, 2023|
|Scottie’s Tournament of Hearts||Kamloops, British Columbia||February 17-26, 2023|
|*Women’s World Championship||Sandviken, Sweden||March 18-26, 2023|
|Players Championship - GSOC||Toronto, Ontario||April 11-16, 2023|
|*Champions Cup - GSOC||Regina, Saskatchewan||May 2-11, 2023|
* Must Qualify
GSOC = Grand Slam of Curling Event
• Pan Continental Championships – Team Einarson will be representing Canada in an 8- team round robin format that consists of the top 5 Pacific-Asia zone members and the top 3 Americas zone members. This championship will qualify 5 zones for the 2023 World Championship. If qualified, Team Einarson will not automatically earn the right to represent Canada at the World Championship. They must play down for this opportunity as normal in the Scottie’s National Championship.
• Scottie’s Tournament of Hearts – As defending champions, Team Einarson will
participate in the National Championship as Team Canada.