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Hurricanes Announce 2021-2022 Home Schedule

Lethbridge, AB – The Lethbridge Hurricanes Hockey Club, in conjunction with the Western Hockey League, have announced the Hurricanes 2021-2022 regular season home schedule.

The Hurricanes will host 34 regular season games at ENMAX Centre. The ‘Canes will begin the 2021-22 season with the Dairy Queen Home Opener on Friday, October 1st when they welcome the Calgary Hitmen.

As announced previously by the WHL, the 2021-22 season will not feature any interlocking conference games, therefore the home schedule includes a total of 34 games against Eastern Conference opponents. The ‘Canes will host Central Division teams and the Swift Current Broncos four times each, while fans will get a chance to watch the WHL’s first ever Exceptional Status Player Connor Bedard and the Regina Pats, as well as the Moose Jaw Warriors three times each. The Prince Albert Raiders, Saskatoon Blades, Brandon Wheat Kings, and Winnipeg ICE will all travel to ENMAX Centre twice in the 2021-22 campaign.

2021-2022 Lethbridge Hurricanes Regular Season Home Games Schedule

Friday, Oct. 1 – vs. Calgary Hitmen
Wednesday, Oct. 6 – vs. Edmonton Oil Kings
Saturday, Oct. 9 – vs. Red Deer Rebels
Saturday, Oct. 23 – vs. Prince Albert Raiders
Friday, Oct. 29 – vs. Saskatoon Blades
Saturday, Oct. 30 – vs. Winnipeg ICE
Friday, Nov. 5 – vs. Moose Jaw Warriors
Friday, Nov. 19 – vs. Medicine Hat Tigers
Wednesday, Nov. 24 – vs. Regina Pats
Friday, Nov. 26 – vs. Edmonton Oil Kings
Friday, Dec. 3 – vs. Brandon Wheat Kings
Wednesday, Dec. 8 – vs. Calgary Hitmen
Friday, Dec. 10 – vs. Red Deer Rebels
Friday, Dec. 17 – vs. Medicine Hat Tigers
Tuesday, Dec. 28 – vs. Swift Current Broncos
Sunday, Jan. 2 – vs. Swift Current
Friday, Jan. 7 – vs. Moose Jaw Warriors
Wednesday, Jan. 12 – vs. Swift Current Broncos
Friday, Jan. 14 – vs. Prince Albert Raiders
Sunday, Jan. 16 – vs. Edmonton Oil Kings
Friday, Jan. 21 – vs. Red Deer Rebels
Wednesday, Jan. 26 – vs. Saskatoon Blades
Friday, Feb. 4 – vs. Regina Pats
Tuesday, Feb. 15 – vs. Moose Jaw Warriors
Friday, Feb. 18 – vs. Brandon Wheat Kings
Wednesday, Feb. 23 – vs. Winnipeg ICE
Friday, Feb. 25 – vs. Calgary Hitmen
Saturday, Feb. 26 – vs. Medicine Hat Tigers
Wednesday, Mar. 16 – vs. Regina Pats
Friday, Mar. 18 – vs. Red Deer Rebels
Tuesday, Mar. 22 – vs. Calgary Hitmen
Friday, Mar. 25 – vs. Edmonton Oil Kings
Wednesday, Mar. 30 – vs. Swift Current Broncos
Friday, Apr. 1 – vs. Medicine Hat Tigers

HOME DATES TO REMEMBER:
Friday, Oct. 1 – vs. Calgary Hitmen (Dairy Queen Home Opener)
Wednesday, Oct. 6 – vs. Edmonton Oil Kings (First meeting against Defending Central Division Champions)
Wednesday, Nov. 24 – vs. Regina Pats (First meeting against Regina Pats and Connor Bedard)
Friday, Apr. 1 – vs. Medicine Hat Tigers (Regular Season Home Finale)

With the anticipated lifting of health restrictions, the 2021-22 season will call for a 68-game schedule with full capacity in a fan-friendly and safe environment throughout all WHL markets. The complete Eastern Conference Schedule will be announced at a later date.

The Hurricanes will begin the 2021 ENMAX Pre-Season on Friday, September 17th when they host the Medicine Hat Tigers in the first of a four-game exhibition schedule. Tickets for exhibition games and individual game tickets for the 2021-22 regular season will be announced at a later date.

Season Tickets for the 2020-2021 regular season are available now and can be purchased by visiting www.lethbridgehurricanes.com, www.enmaxcentre.ca, or by calling 403-329-SEAT (7328). This is the final week for loyalty pricing on season ticket renewals for the 2021-22 season. The Loyalty Price deadline is Monday, July 5th at 4PM MST.

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