Hero’s Night: The Lethbridge Hurricanes recognize our Canadian Armed Forces and First Responders on Friday on Hero’s Night when they host the Spokane Chiefs. All members that show an identification badge can receive discounted tickets for them and their family, including $18.00 Adult Tickets and $12.00 Youth Tickets.
Murray’s On The Bench Experience: Do you want your son or daughter and their minor hockey or ringette team to sit on the Hurricanes bench during warm up at a home game? Find out how they can take part by contacting Tamara at 403-380-7509.
Schedule 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.
Save-On Foods Family Pack: Get your NEW Save-On Foods Family Pack today for the 2017-2018 season for just $40, a $34 discount! The Family Pack includes two adult tickets and two youth tickets! The Family Pack can ONLY be purchased at the ENMAX Centre Ticket Centre or by calling 403-329-SEAT.
Next Home Game: The Hurricanes will be back at home Friday, November 10th when they welcome the Spokane Chiefs at the ENMAX Centre at 7:00pm. Ticket are available online, by calling 403-329-SEAT (7328) or by visiting the ENMAX Centre Ticket Centre.
THE WEEK THAT WAS
Wednesday, November 1st – 2-1 OT Loss vs. Saskatoon Blades: The Hurricanes were handed a 2-1 overtime loss by the Saskatoon Blades on Wednesday. Josh Tarzwell scored the lone goal for the Hurricanes in the losing cause while Stuart Skinner made 34 saves.
Friday, November 3rd – 6-3 Loss vs. Calgary Hitmen: The Hurricanes finished a season long seven game home-stand with a 6-3 loss on Friday to the Calgary Hitmen. The ‘Canes finished the home-stand with a 3-3-1-0 record in the seven games.
Saturday, November 4th – 6-3 Loss at Calgary Hitmen: The ‘Canes dropped their fourth straight game on Saturday as they dropped a 6-3 decision to the Hitmen in Calgary. The ‘Canes trailed 4-0 after twenty minutes only to attempt a come-back. Koletrane Wilson scored his first ever WHL goal in the defeat.
THIS WEEK’S GAME SCHEDULE
Friday, November 10th, 7:00pm vs. Spokane Chiefs: The Hurricanes return home on Friday as they welcome the Spokane Chiefs at the ENMAX Centre. It’s the second-last home game in the month of November for the ‘Canes. Hurricanes will look to snap a four game losing streak. It will be the only meeting of the season between the ‘Canes and Chiefs.
Saturday, November 11th, 6:00pm at Swift Current Broncos: The Hurricanes play the first of six straight road games on Saturday as they travel to Swift Current to face the Broncos. The ‘Canes are 0-2-0-0 against the Broncos this season and just 1-4-0-0 on the road.
Monday, November 6th – 1:00pm to 3:00pm (ENMAX Centre)
Tuesday, November 7th – 1:00pm to 3:00pm (ENMAX Centre)
Wednesday, November 8th – 1:00pm to 3:00pm (ENMAX Centre)
Thursday, November 9th – 1:00pm to 3:00pm (ENMAX Centre)
Friday, November 10th – 10:00am to 10:30am (ENMAX Centre)
GAME: 7:00pm vs. Spokane Chiefs
Saturday, November 11th – GAME: 6:00pm at Swift Current Broncos
Sunday, November 12th – NO ICE
NEWS & NOTES
CIBC Canada-Russia Series: Hurricanes netminder Stuart Skinner is attending the 2017 CIBC Canada-Russia Series. The four-year WHL veteran is one of two goaltenders, the other being Carter Hart, who will suit up for Team WHL. The games take place Monday in Moose Jaw and Tuesday in Swift Current.
Ross Acquisition: The Hurricanes acquired 19-year-old forward Taylor Ross on the weekend from the Spokane Chiefs. The product of Kronau, Saskatchewan is 6’1, 216-pounds. He has played a total of 116 WHL games, all with the Chiefs. This year, he has four points (2g-2a) in 15 games with Spokane.
First Ever: On the weekend, Hurricanes rookie Koletrane Wilson scored his first ever WHL goal in a 6-3 loss in Calgary to the Hitmen. He became the fourth Hurricane this season to score their first ever WHL goal joining Egor Zudilov, Shawn Harke and Jayden Davis.
Six In A Row: On Saturday, the Hurricanes will begin a stretch of six straight road games when they travel to Swift Current. The trip will include a five-game BC road trip that will end in Kootenay.