Canes Chatter – November 27


Teddy Toss: The 22nd Annual Canadian Tire Teddy & Toque Toss is set for this Saturday when the Hurricanes welcome the Victoria Royals. Tickets are going fast, so don’t hesitate to secure your seat today by calling 403-329-SEAT (7328) or by visiting the ENMAX Centre Ticket Centre.

2 for $32: The Lethbridge Hurricanes will be running a 2 for $32 ticket offer for the upcoming weekend as the ‘Canes welcome the Brandon Wheat Kings and Victoria Royals, which is also the Teddy Bear Toss! In addition, January 5th and 6th will apply when the ‘Canes welcome the Vancouver Giants and Calgary Hitmen! Call 403-329-SEAT (7328) or visit the ENMAX Centre Ticket Centre to secure your seats!

Toy Mountain: Tuesday, November 28th will be 106.7 ROCK Toy Mountain Night at the ENMAX Centre. Fans are encouraged to bring a new, unwrapped toy for donation to those less fortunate. Friday, December 8th will be KiSS 107.7 Toy Mountain Night as well.

Unused Season Ticket Exchange: The ‘Canes will be holding their second Unused Season Ticket Exchange of the season on Tuesday, November 28th when they welcome the Portland Winterhawks! A fee of $3.00 will be applied with the use of any unused season tickets for the game!

DATE CHANGE: The Hurricanes would like to advise that there has been an error in printing in some of the team promotional schedules, as well as the season ticket booklets. The Hurricanes will host the Red Deer Rebels on Wednesday, December 6th at 7:00pm – NOT on Tuesday, December 5th.


Tuesday, November 21st – 10-4 Win at Victoria Royals: The Hurricanes snapped an eight game losing streak with a massive 10-4 win in Victoria over the BC Division leading Royals. Ryan Vandervlis scored his first ever hat-trick in the win.

Wednesday, November 22nd – 5-2 Win at Vancouver Giants: The ‘Canes earned their first ever win at the Langley Events Centre as they beat the Vancouver Giants 5-2 on Wednesday. Reece Klassen made 21 saves for his first WHL win in his hometown.

Saturday, November 25th – 3-0 Win at Kootenay Ice: The Hurricanes won their third straight game on Saturday earning a 3-0 win over the ICE in Cranbrook. Stuart Skinner was marvellous making 47 saves for the shutout while Ryan Vandervlis scored the game-winning goal for the third straight game.


Tuesday, November 28th, 7:00pm vs. Portland Winterhawks: The Hurricanes kick off a three game home-stand on Tuesday as they host the high-flying Portland Winterhawks. Portland has won ten straight games going into the game while the ‘Canes have won three in a row.

Friday, December 1st, 7:00pm vs. Brandon Wheat Kings: The ‘Canes play the first of a three-in-three weekend on Friday as they welcome the Wheat Kings. It will be the first of four meetings against Brandon for the Hurricanes.

Saturday, December 2nd, 7:00pm vs. Victoria Royals: The Hurricanes will welcome the Victoria Royals on Saturday on the Canadian Tire Teddy and Toque Toss. It will be the final of the two game season series between the ‘Canes and Royals. Lethbridge earned a 10-4 win in Victoria last week.


Monday, November 27th – 1:00pm to 3:00pm (ENMAX Centre)
Tuesday, November 28th – 10:00am to 11:00am (ENMAX Centre)
GAME: 7:00pm vs. Portland Winterhawks
Wednesday, November 29th – 1:00pm to 3:00pm (ENMAX Centre)
Thursday, November 30th – 1:00pm to 3:00pm (ENMAX Centre)
Friday, December 1st – 10:00am to 11:00am (ENMAX Centre)
GAME: 7:00pm vs. Brandon Wheat Kings
Saturday, December 2ndGAME: 7:00pm vs. Victoria Royals
Sunday, December 3rdGAME: 4:00pm at Edmonton Oil Kings


Belly Laughing: Jordy Bellerive has been red-hot of late having scored in every single game on the BC road trip. Bellerive enters play tonight on a five game goal scoring streak having scored once in each of those games. Bellerive has points in 16 of his last 17 games and the only game he didn’t register a point was a 6-0 loss in Swift Current to the Broncos.

Three Straight: The Hurricanes have won three straight games entering Tuesday’s game against the Portland Winterhawks. The ‘Canes have earned victories over the Victoria Royals, Vancouver Giants and Kootenay Ice. The ‘Canes have scored a total of 18 goals in the three games, an average of six goals per game.

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