Next Home Game: The Hurricanes welcome the Everett Silvertips to the ENMAX Centre on Wednesday at 7:00pm. Tickets can be purchased online at www.enmaxcentre.ca, by phone at 403-329-SEAT (7328) or by visiting the ENMAX Centre Ticket Centre or Yates Memorial Theatre Ticket Centre.
Unused Season Tickets: On Wednesday, against the Everett Silvertips the Hurricanes will have their traditional Unused Season Ticket Exchange. Any unused season tickets, with a fee of $3.00, can be exchanged for a ticket to the game against the ‘Tips.
Ladies Night: Wednesday will also be Ladies Night! All ladies can receive $5.00 off regular priced adult tickets at the ENMAX Centre or Yates Memorial Theatre Ticket Centre’s. There will also be a Ladies Market in the Canadian Western Bank Lounge starting at 5:00pm.
Canadian Tire Toque & Teddy Toss: The Hurricanes will host their Canadian Tire Toque and Teddy Toss on December 6th when they welcome the Medicine Hat Tigers. There are $15.00 tickets, which include a teddy OR toque, available for purchase at both Lethbridge Canadian Tire locations. *Limited quantities*
Holiday Bundles: Celebrate the holidays at the Hurricanes game! Two holiday bundles are available including 2 Flex Vouchers + 1 Toque for $50+GST. OR, 2 Flex Vouchers + 1 Coffee Mug for $40+GST. Holiday Bundles can be purchased at Top Shelf.
Christmas Hours: The Hurricanes Office will be closed from Monday, December 16th until Thursday, January 3rd. Top Shelf will be open on December 13th from noon until 7:00pm and December 16th from 4:00pm until 7:00pm.
THE WEEK THAT WAS
Wednesday, November 27th – 4-1 Win vs. Regina Pats: The Hurricanes won their third game this season against the Regina Pats on Wednesday at the ENMAX Centre. Dino Kambeitz scored twice while Dylan Cozens and Oliver Okuliar added the others in the victory.
Friday, November 29th – 4-3 SO Loss vs. Saskatoon Blades: The Hurricanes fell to 0-2-0-1 against Saskatoon this season with a shootout defeat on Friday. Oliver Okuliar scored twice while Alex Thacker had the other goal in the losing cause.
THIS WEEK’S GAME SCHEDULE
Tuesday, December 3rd – at Medicine Hat Tigers (7:00pm): The Hurricanes begin a busy week with a game in Medicine Hat against the Tigers on Tuesday. It will be the fourth meeting of the season and the first of two this week between the Central Division rivals.
Wednesday, December 4th – vs. Everett Silvertips (7:00pm): The Hurricanes welcome the Everett Silvertips on Wednesday to the ENMAX Centre on Ladies Night. It will be the only meeting of the season between the ‘Canes and ‘Tips. Everett took the lone meeting between the two last year.
Friday, December 6th – vs. Medicine Hat Tigers (7:00pm): The fur will fly on Friday as the Hurricanes are home to the Tigers in the second meeting of the week between the two teams. Last year, Justin Hall scored the all important Teddy Bear Toss goal!
Saturday, December 7th – at Swift Current Broncos (6:00pm): The ‘Canes end a very busy week as they make their second of three road trips to Swift Current to face the Broncos. Lethbridge has posted a perfect 2-0-0-0 record against Swift Current this season.
Tuesday, Dec. 3rd – GAME: 7:00pm at Medicine Hat
Wednesday, Dec. 4th – 10:30am to 11:30am (ENMAX Centre)
GAME: 7:00pm vs. Everett Silvertips
Thursday, Dec. 5th – 12:30pm to 3:00pm (ENMAX Centre)
Friday, Dec. 6th – 10:30am to 11:30am (ENMAX Centre)
GAME: 7:00pm vs. Medicine Hat Tigers
Saturday, Dec. 7th – GAME: 6:00pm at Swift Current
Sunday, Dec. 8th – OFF DAY
NEWS & NOTES
WJC Camp: Hockey Canada announced their World Junior selection camp on Monday and both Calen Addison and Dylan Cozens were named to the camp. Addison participated in the selection process last season while this is the first time Cozens will partake. The camp will run from December 9th until the 12th in Oakville, Ontario. A total of 31 players – and eight WHLers – were named to the camp.
20 Already: Hurricanes forward Oliver Okuliar has already reached the 20-goal plateau after scoring twice in a 4-3 shootout loss on Friday to Saskatoon. Okuliar, who leads the entire WHL, has racked up the 20 goals in just 28 games this season and is on pace to score 49 goals this season.