November 22 – Canes Chatter
Canadian Tire Teddy & Toque Toss: Tickets are now on sale for the 21st Annual Canadian Tire Teddy & Toque Toss that is scheduled for Friday, December 2nd. If you purchase a bear or a toque for $9.99 at either Canadian Tire locations in Lethbridge, you will receive a free ticket to the game!
106.7 Rock Night: The Hurricanes, in partnership with their radio partner 106.7 Rock, will be holding 106.7 Rock Night on November 30th as the ‘Canes host the Prince Albert Raiders. Bring unwrapped toys for donation to eh annual Toy Mountain.
Save-On Foods Family Pack: Take advantage of the Save-On Foods Family Pack. For $60.00, you get 2 Adult Tickets, 2 Youth Tickets, two popcorn and four pops! Contact the Hurricanes Office or the ENMAX Centre Ticket Centre for more information.
U of L Voucher Program: Available for all University of Lethbridge students. Tickets are available for $16.00 at the U of L Students Union and you will also receive a ticket to a Pronghorns Men’s or Women’s Hockey game. Must show valid Student ID.
THE WEEK THAT WAS
Wednesday, November 16th – 4-1 Loss vs. Kootenay Ice: The Hurricanes dropped a 4-1 decision on Wednesday night to the Ice at the ENMAX Centre. Tanner Nagel scored the lone ‘Canes goal.
Friday, November 18th – 4-3 Loss at Seattle Thunderbirds: The Hurricanes lost their fifth straight game with a 4-3 loss to the T-birds. Ryan Bowen scored his first as a ‘Cane while Tyler Wong and Jordy Bellerive added the other goals. Stuart Skinner made 35 saves in the loss.
Saturday, November 19th – 2-1 Win at Everett Silvertips: The Hurricanes snapped their five game losing streak with a 2-1 win over the Silvertips on Saturday. Tyler Wong and Ryan Vandervlis each had a goal and an assist in the game while Skinner made 30 saves in the victory.
Sunday, November 20th – 6-5 OT Win at Portland Winterhawks: It was a come-from-behind 6-5 overtime win on Sunday for the Hurricanes in Portland. Ryley Lindgren and Tyler Wong each scored twice while Zane Franklin and Giorgio Estephan added singles. Ryan Gilchrist earned his first WHL win.
THIS WEEK’S GAME SCHEDULE
Friday, November 25th, 7:00pm vs. Swift Current Broncos: The Hurricanes return home Friday as they kick off a stretch where they will play seven of the next 11 games on home ice as they welcome the Swift Current Broncos. Hurricanes swept the season series against the Broncos last year.
Saturday, November 26th, 2:00pm at Calgary Hitmen: The Hurricanes will pay their first visit to the Calgary Hitmen on Saturday in a matinee affair at the Scotiabank Saddledome. The Hurricanes shutout the Hitmen 4-0 in their only meeting on October 1st.
Monday, November 21st – DAY OFF
Tuesday, November 22nd – DAY OFF
Wednesday, November 23rd – ENMAX Centre (12:30pm to 3:00pm)
Thursday, November 24th – ENMAX Centre (12:30pm to 3:00pm)
Friday, November 25th – GAME DAY SKATE: ENMAX Centre (10:00am to 11:00am)
GAME: 7:00pm vs. Swift Current Broncos
Saturday, November 26th – GAME: 2:00pm at Calgary Hitmen (Listen on 106.7 ROCK)
Sunday, November 27th – DAY OFF
NEWS & NOTES
Slump Bumped: Hurricanes snapped a five game losing streak and have now won back-to-back games after a 2-1 win in Everett against the Silvertips on Saturday and a 6-5 come-from-behind overtime victory on Sunday over the Portland Winterhawks.
Good Trip: It was a good trip for the Hurricanes in the United States who won two out of three games in three nights with wins over Everett and Portland while losing the first of the three game trip on Friday to the Seattle Thunderbirds.
Top 30 Players: The Hurricanes continue to unveil their Top 30 Players in franchise history. Coming in at #18 was former Captain, Brad Rubachuk. Rubachuk earned 237 points (120g-117a) in 203 games with the Hurricanes over three seasons. He added 42 points (20g-22a) in 38 post-season games with the ‘Canes.