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30th Anniversary Season Celebrations

LETHBRIDGE, AB – The Lethbridge Hurricanes Hockey Club is excited to announce that the 2016-2017 season will be 30th Anniversary Season of the franchise in the City of Lethbridge since relocating from Calgary to begin the 1987-1988 Western Hockey League season.

The Hurricanes will begin their 30th Season on Friday, September 23rd in the Dairy Queen Home Opener when they host the Medicine Hat Tigers at the ENMAX Centre; the same team that the Hurricanes played their first ever game against on October 3rd, 1987 and their very first home game against on October 7th, 1987.

As part of the 30th Anniversary Season, the Hurricanes will be using the special hashtag, #30YearsStrong, throughout the season. In addition, the team will be unveiling a new look anniversary jersey at the 2016 Dairy Queen Home Opener that will include a special 30th Anniversary logo (seen to the left).

As well, the Hurricanes will be conducting a number of exciting and interactive celebratory initiatives throughout the season beginning with the ’30 Days of Giveaways’. For the 30 days leading into the Dairy Queen Home Opener, one Season Ticket holder will be drawn each day and will win a special prize package.

The Hurricanes will also conduct the ‘Top 30 Moments’ and the ‘Top 30 Players’ from the 30 years of existence. During the 30 days leading up to the Dairy Queen Home Opener, the team will reveal the ‘Top 30 Moments’ from franchise history while each week during the season, beginning the week of 2016 Training Camp, the team will reveal the ‘Top 30 Players’ in franchise history.

Additional special events, activities and initiatives during the season will be announced later. The 30th Anniversary Season will officially begin with the 2016 Hurricanes Golf Classic that will take place at Paradise Canyon Golf Resort on Monday, July 18th – room is still available, however, the tournament is filling up quickly.

Season Tickets for the 2016-2017 season are now available by calling 403-329-SEAT (7328). Catch up on all the latest on the Lethbridge Hurricanes by visiting the team’s website at www.lethbridgehurricanes.com, and/or follow on Twitter @WHLHurricanes.

2016-17 Brandon Wheat Kings Schedule

The Brandon Wheat Kings, in association with the Western Hockey League have unveiled their 2016-17 regular season schedule.

The schedule will begin with a home and home series with the Moose Jaw Warriors on Friday and Saturday, September 23rd and 24th. After opening up at Mosaic Place in Moose Jaw on Friday night, the Wheat Kings will host their annual Home Opener the following night at Westman Communications Group Place.

Of Brandon’s thirty-six (36) regular season home games, thirteen will be played on Friday and eleven more on Saturday nights. Three of the remaining twelve will be played on Sunday afternoons, with three scheduled for Tuesday nights and six more on Wednesdays, including December 28th when the Wheat Kings close out a home and home series with the visiting Regina Pats.

The Wheat Kings will bring the curtain down on the 2016-17 regular season with a home an home series with the Regina Pats, beginning Friday night in Saskatchewan.

Brandon will play four of its Eastern Division rivals (Regina, Saskatoon, Swift Current and Moose Jaw) a total of eight games this year (four at home and four away). The Wheat Kings will face Prince Albert six times (three at home and three away) while playing all Central Division clubs twice at home and twice on the road.

Western Manitoba hockey fans will have the opportunity to see the WHL’s five U.S. Division clubs – Spokane, Tri-Cities, Portland, Everett and Seattle – beginning with a game against the Winterhawks on Tuesday, October 11th. The defending Western Conference Champion Seattle Thunderbirds meanwhile will pay a visit to Brandon in a rematch of last year’s League Final on Friday, November 4th.

Some other observations of this year’s schedule include the following;

–  Brandon plays one home game in September, seven in October, eight in November, three more in December, six in January, five in February and six more during the month of March

–  Brandon’s annual west coast tour features stops in all B.C. Division teams, beginning November 30th in Victoria against the Royals

–  The west coast road trip also includes stops in Vanvouver, Kelowna, Kamloops, Prince George, Edmonton and Red Deer, making it a season high 7-game road trip

–  Wheat Kings will close out their pre-Christmas schedule by playing a home and home series with Saskatoon on Friday and Saturday, December 16th and 17th

–  The Wheat Kings’ 880 CKLQ Sportsman’s Dinner will be held on Thursday, February 2nd. The annual Scholarship Foundation event will be followed by games on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 3rdand 4th. On Friday, Brandon will host Edmonton and on Saturday, the Wheat Kings will travel to Swift Current to meet the Broncos

–  Brandon will host two games over the Christmas break – Wednesday and Friday, December 28th and 30th – against Regina and Moose Jaw

–  Game times for Brandon’s Sunday afternoon games is 4:00pm

–  The club’s Annual Remembrance Day game will be played at 2:30pm on Friday, November 11thagainst visiting Red Deer Rebels

2016-17 HOME SCHEDULE:

Saturday, September 24th vs Moose Jaw Warriors

Saturday, October 1st vs. Red Deer Rebels

Sunday, October 2nd vs. Swift Current Broncos

Friday, October 7th vs. Swift Current Broncos

Tuesday, October 11th vs. Portland Winterhawks

Friday, October 14th vs. Prince Albert Raiders

Friday, October 21st vs. Lethbridge Hurricanes

Saturday, October 22nd vs. Spokane Chiefs

Wednesday, November 2nd vs. Moose Jaw Warriors

Friday, November 4th vs. Seattle Thunderbirds

Saturday, November 5th vs. Edmonton Oil Kings

Friday, November 11th vs. Red Deer Rebels

Sunday, November 13th vs. Swift Current Broncos

Friday, November 18th vs. Saskatoon Blades

Saturday, November 19th vs Saskatoon Blades

Wednesday, November 23rd vs. Medicine Hat Tigers

Friday, December 16th vs. Saskatoon Blades

Wednesday, December 28th vs Regina Pats

Friday, December 30th vs Moose Jaw Warriors

Tuesday, January 3rd vs. Saskatoon Blades

Saturday, January 7th vs Calgary Hitmen

Wednesday, January 11th vs Tri City Americans

Friday, January 13th vs. Kootenay Ice

Saturday, January 14th vs Kootenay Ice

Saturday, January 21st vs Medicine Hat Tigers

Friday, February 3rd vs Edmonton Oil Kings

Wednesday, February 8th vs Moose Jaw Warriors

Friday, February 10th vs Everett Silvertips

Friday, February 17th vs. Regina Pats

Saturday, February 18th vs Prince Albert Raiders

Wednesday, March 1st vs Lethbridge Hurricanes

Friday, March 3rd vs Calgary Hitmen

Sunday, March 5th vs Regina Pats

Saturday, March 11th vs Prince Albert Raiders

Tuesday, March 14th vs Swift Current Broncos

Saturday, March 18th vs Regina Pats

 

2016-17 ROAD SCHEDULE:

Friday, September 23rd @ Moose Jaw Warriors

Saturday, October 8th @ Regina Pats

Saturday, October 15th @ Prince Albert Raiders

Tuesday, October 25th @ Edmonton Oil Kings

Wednesday, October 26th @ Red Deer Rebels

Friday, October 28th vs. Kootenay Ice

Sunday, October 30th @ Kootenay Ice

Saturday, November 12th @ Swift Current Broncos

Friday, November 25th @ Saskatoon Blades

Wednesday, November 30th @ Victoria Royals

Friday, December 2nd @ Vancouver Giants

Saturday, December 3rd @ Kelowna Rockets

Sunday, December 4th @ Kamloops Blazers

Wednesday, December 7th @ Prince George Cougars

Friday, December 9th @ Edmonton Oil Kings

Saturday, December 10th @ Red Deer Rebels

Saturday, December 17th @ Saskatoon Blades

Tuesday, December 27th @ Regina Pats

Saturday, December 31st @ Moose Jaw Warriors

Friday, January 6th @ Swift Current Broncos

Friday, January 20th @ Saskatoon Blades

Sunday, January 22nd @ Regina Pats

Saturday, January 28th @ Medicine Hat Tigers

Sunday, January 29th @ Calgary Hitmen

Tuesday, January 31st @ Lethbridge Hurricanes

Saturday, February 4th @ Swift Current Broncos

Saturday, February 11th @ Saskatoon Blades

Tuesday, February 14th @ Moose Jaw Warriors

Wednesday, February 15th @ Prince Albert Raiders

Wednesday, February 22nd @ Calgary Hitmen

Friday, February 24th @ Lethbridge Hurricanes

Saturday, February 25th @ Medicine Hat Tigers

Tuesday, February 28th @ Swift Current Broncos

Wednesday, March 8th @ Moose Jaw Warriors

Friday, March 10th @ Prince Albert Raiders

Friday, March 17th @ Regina Pats

Wheat Kings’ Season Tickets remain the most affordable in the WHL. For more information or to order one call the Wheat Kings office at (204) 726-3535

COUGARS RELEASE 2016-17 REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE

Prince George, B.C. – Earlier today the Western Hockey League officially released the 2016-17 regular season schedule and the Prince George Cougars will kick off their 23rd season in the Western Hockey League with a four game road trip starting on Friday, September 23rd in Victoria against the Royals.

One week later on Friday, September 30th the Cougars will take the ice at the CN Centre for their home opener against the Kelowna Rockets. The Two BC Division rivals will also meet the next night marking the first of 13 double-headers that will take place in Prince George, eight of which fall on weekends.

Some important dates to consider:

Monday, November 7th: Game 1 of the Canada Russia Series. All 2016-17 Season Members have tickets to the Canada Russia Series game included in their purchase.

Wednesday, December 7th: The 2016 Ed Chynoweth Cup champions, the Brandon Wheat Kings come to town for their lone game with the Cougars. This year fans also have the chance to see the five Saskatchewan-based teams (Saskatoon, Regina, Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Swift Current) live in Prince George for the first time since 2014-15.

Friday, December 9th and 10th: The Cougars are hosting a weekend double-header with their 2016 WHL Playoff Rivals and Western Conference champions, the Seattle Thunderbirds. That weekend will also feature the Cougars annual Teddy Bear Toss game which goes Saturday, December 10th.

Overall, 11 of the Cougars 36 regular season home games fall on a Friday, 10 on a Saturday, eight on a Tuesday, six on a Wednesday and one will be played on Monday, February 13th – A Family Day afternoon game against the Spokane Chiefs.

“Both on and off the ice we feel like we are building something very special in Northern British Columbia, and our staff have been working tirelessly to make sure that the 2016-17 season is a game changer,” said Cougars Vice President, Business Andy Beesley. “From Day 1 we committed to our fans that we would always strive to set the bar higher, and we are very excited for all that is to come both on and off the ice in the coming months.”

This season the Cougars have increased their number of FEATURE GAMES from 10 to 12, meaning fans get even more access to the best games on the best nights with the best prizing!

Andy Beesley adds, “Over the course of the season we’ll be giving away a car, a roof, a trip, free beer and loads of cash from our massive 50/50 jackpot draws! As an added perk to our Season Members, we are going to give them double the chances to win in certain draws and promotions throughout the year.”

Home Game Schedule breakdown by Month:

September: 1
October: 7
November: 4
December: 7
January: 5
February: 9
March: 3

You can check out the entire Cougars 2016-17 home and away schedule by clicking HERE: http://pgcougars.com/schedule/257/210.

Season memberships for the upcoming season are now available! For more information on our Season Membership perks you can click HERE: http://pgcougars.com/seasonmembers/ or call the Prince George Cougars office at (250) 561-0783.

WHL ANNOUNCES 2016-17 REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE

Calgary, AB – The Western Hockey League released today the schedule of games for the 2016-17 WHL Regular Season.

The regular season schedule will begin on Friday, September 23rd as nine teams host season-opening games.

The Kelowna Rockets will open the WHL season with a home and home series against Kamloops. The two teams will play Friday, September  23 in Kamloops before the Rockets home opener on Saturday, September 24 vs. Kamloops at Prospera Place. The full Rockets schedule and the WHL schedule is attached.

In addition to the WHL’s regular season schedule, the WHL and the cities of Prince George, BC and Edmonton, AB will serve as the official hosts for two games of the 2016 CHL Canada Russia Series in November. Team WHL will face the Russian National Junior Team in Prince George on Monday, November 7th, and in Edmonton on Tuesday, November 8th.

Once again the majority of games will be played on weekends. Altogether, 574 games will be played on weekends, holidays and over the Christmas break which accounts for over 72% of all games in the 2016-17 regular season.

2016-17 WHL Regular Season Schedule by Day:

Total Games: 792

Mondays – 13 (1.6%)

Tuesdays – 94 (11.9%)

Wednesdays – 134 (17%)

Thursdays – 7 (0.8%)

Fridays – 237 (29.9%)

Saturdays – 234 (29.6%)

Sundays – 73 (9.2%)

The 792-game regular season concludes on Sunday, March 19th, with the 2017 WHL Playoffs and the battle for the Ed Chynoweth Cup beginning on Friday, March 24th.

Pats Announce 2016-17 Schedule

Regina, Saskatchewan – The Regina Pats Hockey Club, in conjunction with the Western Hockey League, announced its 2016-17 Regular Season schedule today.  The Pats open the new campaign on home ice Friday, September 23 against the Prince Albert Raiders.  The season wraps up in Brandon against the Wheat Kings Saturday, March 18, 2017.

The Pats’ annual western road swing runs November 16-26 and sees the team stay north of the border in the B.C. Division.  The trip also includes the Blue and White’s first visit to the new Rogers Place in Edmonton.  Regina breaks for Christmas from December 18-26 with their final game before the break coming against the Moose Jaw Warriors Saturday, December 17.  All Sunday home games continue to take place at 4 p.m. including a New Year’s Day matchup with Prince Albert.

A pair of fan-favourites return to Brandt Centre Concessions for the new season.  Taco Tuesday (two taco-in-a-bag for $10) and Wiener Wednesday (two-for-one hot dogs) will be available a combined total of nine times throughout the season.  Further off-ice promotions and special events will be revealed at a later date.

Click the links below for the 2016-17 schedule.

2016-17 Home Schedule Breakdown
Friday 13 games September 2 games
Saturday 8 games October 7 games
Sunday 6 games November 3 games
Tuesday 5 games December  5 games
Wednesday 4 games January 7 games
    February 6 games
    March 6 games

Don’t miss a moment of the action this season.  ‘Join the Regiment’ and guarantee your seat to all 36 home games with Season Tickets starting at just $400 (GST included).  For more information on becoming a Season Ticket Holder, visit reginapats.com, stop by the Pats Office or call 306-522-7287.

BLAZERS REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE RELEASED 

Kamloops, BC – The Kamloops Blazers will kick off the 2016-17 regular season with a home-and-home series with the Kelowna Rockets. The two teams will play in Kamloops on Friday, September 23rd and in Kelowna on Saturday, September 24th.

The Blazers will play 21 of their 36 home games on Friday, Saturday or Sunday nights this season. They will play 10 home games on Wednesday nights, four games on Tuesday nights, and one game on B.C. Family Day on Monday, February 13th.

The schedule is balanced throughout the season as the Blazers will play three games in September, 13 in October, 12 in November, December, January and February and eight in March.

The hockey club has an even split of games before and after the Christmas break, with 17 home games and 19 road games prior to the Christmas break and 19 home games and 17 road games after the Christmas break.

The Blazers will play eight of their first 10 games on the road this season. There is only two occasions where the Blazers will play three games in three nights this season.

Some other Schedule Notes:

  • The Blazers will host two Sunday home games this year. The start time for Sunday home games will now be 5:00pm
  • There are two weekend games that will be played at 5:00pm on Friday, November 11thand Saturday, December 31st
  • The Blazers will not travel to the East Division, and all six East Division teams will play in Kamloops this season
  • 34 games will be played against B.C. Division opponents including 10 versus Kelowna, and eight versus Vancouver, Prince George and Victoria
  • The Blazers longest road trip will be seven games from September 24thuntil October 8th which will include games in Kelowna, Victoria, Vancouver, Red Deer, Calgary and Medicine Hat
  • There will be three five-game home stands this season from October 19thto October 28th, November 23rd to December 4th and January 13th to January 21st longest home stand of the season will be five straight home games from October 21st to November 3rd.
  • The Blazers will host a B.C. Family Day game on Monday, February 13that 2:00pm

The 2016-17 season will be the 36th season in the WHL for the Kamloops franchise, and the 33rd as the Kamloops Blazers.

To purchase your 2015-16 season tickets, or for other ticketing information, please contact Ticketing & Promotions Coordinator, Missy Cederholm at 778-471-8068 or by email at mcederholm@blazerhockey.com.

2016-17 REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED

CHIEFS BEGIN THEIR CAMPAIGN IN KENNEWICK ON SEPTEMBER 24

CALGARY, Alta. – The Spokane Chiefs, in concurrence with the Western Hockey League, announced today their 72-game schedule for the upcoming 2016-17 regular season, including all 36 home games to be played at Spokane Arena. The Chiefs begin their season on the road versus the Tri-City Americans on Saturday, September 24 before kicking off their home schedule against the same Americans club for Bud Light Opening Night at the Arena on Saturday, October 1.

In total, the Chiefs will host opponents for 27 weekend games; 10 Fridays, 15 Saturday and two Sundays. The remainder of the home schedule will be played on two Tuesday and seven Wednesday nights.

Spokane will need to be ready early as they’ll have their busiest month in October, playing 14 total games, including a six-game road trip through the East Division beginning on October 21.

The Chiefs will enjoy the comforts of home in November, venturing out of Spokane just once in 10 games. A 12-game December means the Chiefs will have played 37 home games before New Year’s Day, including 21 of their full 36-game home schedule.

January will be a month of heavy travel with nine road contests to just four at home. The Chiefs’ remaining 22 games combined in February and March will be evenly split between Spokane Arena and visitor locker rooms.

Spokane will play 38 games against U.S. Division opponents; 12 against the rival Tri-City Americans, 10 against the reigning Western Conference Champion Seattle Thunderbirds and eight each against the Portland Winterhawks and Everett Silvertips.

The Chiefs’ home schedule will conclude with the Coca-Cola Regular Season Finale on Saturday, March 18 before wrapping up Game 72 in Portland on Sunday, March 19.

Other promotional nights already scheduled include Leinenkugel’s HOCKtoberfest on Saturday, October 15 and Teddy Bear Toss presented by the Spokesman-Review Christmas Fund on Saturday, December 9. The full 2016-17 Promotional Schedule will be released later this summer.

GIANTS RELEASE 2016/17 REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE

Vancouver, B.C. – The Vancouver Giants released their 2016/2017 regular season schedule on Monday. The G-Men will kick-off their 16th season in the Western Hockey League when they face the Everett Silvertips on Friday, September 23rd, at the Langley Events Centre.

The WHL regular season will once again be comprised of 72 games for each club – 36 home and 36 away. The 36 Giants home games will consist of 13 Fridays, eight Saturdays, three Sundays, five Tuesdays, four Wednesdays, two Mondays and one Thursday.

Vancouver will play five of their first six games on home ice, welcoming Everett, the Prince George Cougars, the Seattle Thunderbirds, the Kamloops Blazers and the Victoria Royals to the LEC in the early portion of the season.

The Giants’ longest home stand comes in late October and early November when the club will play six consecutive home games.

Vancouver’s last home game of the year will be played on Saturday, March 18th, against the Kelowna Rockets, and the G-Men will conclude the season the following night on the road in Seattle.

Single game tickets will go on sale later in the summer.

HITMEN ANNOUNCE 2016-17 WHL REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE
Season begins with a home-and-home series against the Kootenay ICE

For Immediate Release

Monday, June 27, 2016

Calgary, AB – The Calgary Hitmen today unveiled their 2016-17 Western Hockey League regular season schedule.  The Hitmen will begin their 22nd season by hosting the Kootenay ICE in their home opener on Friday, September 23 at the Scotiabank Saddledome at 7:00 p.m.  The Hitmen will then make the return trip to Cranbrook the following night.

The 72-game schedule will see Calgary play Central Division rivals Kootenay and Red Deer seven times each while facing Edmonton, Medicine Hat and Lethbridge six times.

Of the 36 Hitmen home games, 28 will be played on the weekend with the following breakdown: Friday (11), Saturday (7) and Sunday (10).

Calgary will have a pair of season-high four-game homestands beginning January 14-20 when the Hitmen host Prince George, Lethbridge, Red Deer and Victoria.  The second runs February 17-24 when Edmonton, Saskatoon, Brandon and Medicine Hat visit the Scotiabank Saddledome.

The schedule also features a season-high six-game road trip with stops in Seattle, Portland, Everett, Tri-City, Spokane and Kootenay from November 11-19.

Hitmen home games played Monday through Saturday will have a 7:00 p.m. puck drop with four exceptions;

  • 4:00 p.m. Thanksgiving Day game on Monday, October 10 versus Vancouver
  • 2:00 p.m. puck drop for the 22nd annual Teddy Bear Toss on Saturday, November 26 against Lethbridge
  • 4:00 p.m. start on Monday, January 2 versus Vancouver
  • 11:00 a.m. School Day contest on Wednesday, February 22 against Brandon.

Sunday games will begin at 4:00 p.m., with two exceptions;

  • 2:00 p.m. start on Sunday, October 16 versus Moose Jaw
  • 2:00 p.m. puck drop on Sunday, December 18 against Kootenay.

All Hitmen home and away games will be broadcast live on Sportsnet 960 – The Fan or online at Sportsnet.ca/960.

In advance of the 2016 Hitmen Training Camp, which begins Friday August 26, individual game day tickets will go on sale Wednesday, August 24 at 10:00 a.m. at all Ticketmaster locations and the Scotiabank Saddledome box office.  This includes tickets to the Hitmen pre-season game at the ‘Dome against the Edmonton Oil Kings on Saturday September 10 for $5 (plus applicable fees).  Fans can also order online at Ticketmaster.ca or by phone at 1-855-985-5000.

Calgary Hitmen season tickets for the 2016-17 campaign are available now at the Scotiabank Saddledome box office or by calling 403-777-4646. Packages include complimentary tickets to the first two Hitmen home playoff games along with game day savings vouchers for concessions, tickets and merchandise.  They also feature a flexible exchange program where all unused Hitmen regular season tickets can be exchanged for another game during the same season. 
CALGARY HITMEN 2016-17 REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE
All game times are local

Day Date Visitor   Home Time   Day Date Visitor   Home Time
Fri. Sept. 23 Kootenay @ Calgary 7:00PM   Fri. Jan. 6 Calgary @ Regina 7:00PM
Sat. Sept. 24 Calgary @ Kootenay 7:00PM   Sat. Jan. 7 Calgary @ Brandon 7:30PM
Sat. Oct. 1 Calgary @ Lethbridge 7:00PM   Tues. Jan. 10 Calgary @ Saskatoon 7:05PM
Fri. Oct. 7 Kamloops @ Calgary 7:00PM   Wed. Jan. 11 Calgary @ Prince Albert 7:00PM
Mon. Oct. 10 Vancouver @ Calgary 4:00PM   Sat. Jan. 14 Prince George @ Calgary 7:00PM
Fri. Oct. 14 Calgary @ Medicine Hat 7:30PM   Sun. Jan. 15 Lethbridge @ Calgary 4:00PM
Sun. Oct. 16 Moose Jaw @ Calgary 2:00PM   Wed. Jan. 18 Red Deer @ Calgary 7:00PM
Fri. Oct. 21 Calgary @ Red Deer 7:00PM   Fri. Jan. 20 Victoria @ Calgary 7:00PM
Sun. Oct. 23 Prince Albert @ Calgary 4:00PM   Sat. Jan. 21 Calgary @ Lethbridge 7:00PM
Fri. Oct. 28 Calgary @ Edmonton 7:00PM   Sun. Jan. 22 Prince Albert @ Calgary 4:00PM
Sat. Oct. 29 Prince George @ Calgary 7:00PM   Fri. Jan. 27 Regina @ Calgary 7:00PM
Fri. Nov. 4 Calgary @ Swift Current 7:00PM   Sat. Jan. 28 Calgary @ Kootenay 7:00PM
Sat. Nov. 5 Swift Current @ Calgary 7:00PM   Sun. Jan. 29 Brandon @ Calgary 4:00PM
Fri. Nov. 11 Calgary @ Seattle 7:35PM   Wed. Feb. 1 Calgary @ Kelowna 7:05PM
Sat. Nov. 12 Calgary @ Portland 7:00PM   Fri. Feb. 3 Calgary @ Vancouver 7:30PM
Tues. Nov. 15 Calgary @ Everett 7:05PM   Sat. Feb. 4 Calgary @ Victoria 7:05PM
Wed. Nov. 16 Calgary @ Tri-City 7:05PM   Wed. Feb. 8 Regina @ Calgary 7:00PM
Fri. Nov. 18 Calgary @ Spokane 7:05PM   Fri. Feb. 10 Medicine Hat @ Calgary 7:00PM
Sat. Nov. 19 Calgary @ Kootenay 7:00PM   Sat. Feb. 11 Swift Current @ Calgary 7:00PM
Tues. Nov. 22 Red Deer @ Calgary 7:00PM   Sun. Feb. 12 Calgary @ Edmonton 4:00PM
Fri. Nov. 25 Moose Jaw @ Calgary 7:00PM   Fri. Feb. 17 Edmonton @ Calgary 7:00PM
Sat. Nov. 26 Lethbridge @ Calgary 2:00PM   Sun. Feb. 19 Saskatoon @ Calgary 4:00PM
Fri. Dec. 2 Calgary @ Swift Current 7:00PM   Wed. Feb. 22 Brandon @ Calgary 11:00AM
Sat. Dec. 3 Calgary @ Moose Jaw 7:00PM   Fri. Feb. 24 Medicine Hat @ Calgary 7:00PM
Tues. Dec. 6 Calgary @ Prince Albert 7:00PM   Sat. Feb. 25 Calgary @ Red Deer 7:00PM
Wed. Dec. 7 Calgary @ Saskatoon 7:05PM   Sun. Feb. 26 Red Deer @ Calgary 4:00PM
Fri. Dec. 9 Red Deer @ Calgary 7:00PM   Wed. Mar. 1 Calgary @ Moose Jaw 7:00PM
Sat. Dec. 10 Calgary @ Medicine Hat 7:30PM   Fri. Mar. 3 Calgary @ Brandon 7:30PM
Sun. Dec. 11 Kamloops @ Calgary 4:00PM   Sat. Mar. 4 Calgary @ Regina 7:00PM
Sat. Dec. 17 Kelowna @ Calgary 7:00PM   Wed. Mar. 8 Saskatoon @ Calgary 7:00PM
Sun. Dec. 18 Kootenay @ Calgary 2:00PM   Fri. Mar. 10 Lethbridge @ Calgary 7:00PM
Tues. Dec. 27 Calgary @ Medicine Hat 7:00PM   Sat. Mar. 11 Calgary @ Lethbridge 7:00PM
Wed. Dec. 28 Medicine Hat @ Calgary 7:00PM   Sun. Mar. 12 Edmonton @ Calgary 4:00PM
Fri. Dec. 30 Edmonton @ Calgary 7:00PM   Wed. Mar. 15 Calgary @ Red Deer 7:00PM
Sun. Jan. 1 Calgary @ Edmonton 4:00PM   Fri. Mar. 17 Calgary @ Kootenay 7:00PM
Mon. Jan. 2 Vancouver @ Calgary 4:00PM   Sat. Mar. 18 Kootenay @ Calgary 7:00PM

Warriors Release 2016-2017 Regular Season Schedule

The Moose Jaw Warriors have released their 2016-2017 Western Hockey League regular season schedule.

The regular season will begin Friday, September 23rd with the first game of a weekend home-and-home series against the defending WHL Champion Brandon Wheat Kings.  The Warriors finish the regular season at home Saturday, March 18th against Swift Current.  In total the Warriors will play 13 games at home on Saturday’s, eight on Friday’s, seven on Tuesday’s, six on Wednesday’s, they have one Thursday game, and one Sunday game.

2016-2017 Regular Season Schedule Released

LETHBRIDGE, AB – The Lethbridge Hurricanes Hockey Club, in conjunction with the Western Hockey League, have released their 2016-2017 regular season schedule. The Hurricanes will begin their 30th Anniversary Season by kicking off the regular season on Friday, September 23rd when they host the Medicine Hat Tigers.

The Hurricanes will play a total of 72 regular season games, including 36 home games at the ENMAX Centre and 36 on the road. Marquee match-ups will include the defending WHL Champion Brandon Wheat Kings on January 31st and February 24th and the reigning regular season champion Victoria Royals on October 12th and February 17th.

In 2016-2017, the Hurricanes will face the rival Medicine Hat Tigers seven times (three at home, four away) including two home-and-home sets. The ‘Canes will also face the Kootenay Ice a total of seven times (four at home, three away) while facing the Edmonton Oil Kings, Calgary Hitmen and Red Deer Rebels each six times each (three at home, three away).

Of the 72 game schedule, the Hurricanes will play a total of 32 games against Central Division opponents, 24 against the East Division, 11 against the BC Division and five against the US Division.

The schedule will include four three-in-three weekends over the season. The Hurricanes longest home stand will be four games from February 17th until February 24th. The longest road trip will be three games on four separate occasions.

HOME DATES TO REMEMBER:

Friday, September 23rd, 2016 – vs. Medicine Hat Tigers (Season/Home Opener)
Wednesday, October 12th, 2016 – vs. Victoria Royals (Defending Regular Season Champions) Saturday, October 15th, 2016 – vs. Regina Pats (First Meeting Since Playoffs)
Tuesday, January 31st, 2016 – vs. Brandon Wheat Kings (Defending WHL Champions)
Friday, March 17th, 2016 – vs. Medicine Hat Tigers (Home Finale)

Season Tickets for the 2016-2017 season are now available by calling 403-329-SEAT (7328). Catch up on all the latest on the Lethbridge Hurricanes by visiting the team’s website at www.lethbridgehurricanes.com, and/or follow on Twitter @WHLHurricanes.

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