|North Bay Battalion|
|Owen Sound Attack|
|Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds|
|Acadie-Bathurst Titan||Baie-Comeau Drakkar|
|Blainville-Boisbriand Armada||Cape Breton Screaming Eagles|
|Chicoutimi Sagueneens||Drummondville Voltigeurs|
|Gatineau Olympiques||Halifax Mooseheads|
|Moncton Wildcats||PEI Rocket|
|Quebec Remparts||Rimouski Oceanic|
|Rouyn-Noranda Huskies||Saint John Sea Dogs|
|Shawinigan Cataractes||Sherbrooke Phoenix|
|Val-d'Or Foreurs||Victoriaville Tigres|
The Lethbridge Hurricanes are facing the Regina Pats for the first time in the 2012 season and it’s the first of four meetings this year. The Canes enter tonight’s game coming of a split of their two game mini road swing through Saskatchewan where they shutout Swift Current 4-0 and dropped a 3-2 decision to Moose Jaw. The Hurricanes and Pats have identical 6-7-1-0 records, but that puts the Canes a Central Division standing of 4th while the Pats are 5th in the East and the teams currently lock down the 8th and 9th spots in the Conference respectively.
In 2011-2012, the Hurricanes and Pats played 4 times with Regina winning the first two games and the Hurricanes closed out the season series with a 3-2 win on February 4th and a 6-4 win on February 17th. Against Regina, the Canes are led by Macoy Erkamps who has 4 points (1G, 3A) while Brady Ramsay has 3 points (2G, 1A)
2011-2012 Season Matchup:
October 1st: Lethbridge (1) Regina (4)
October 7th: Lethbridge (4) Regina (5)/SO
February 4th: Lethbridge (3) Regina (2)
February 17th: Lethbridge (6) Regina (4)
Powerplay: Lethbridge – 6/20 Regina – 5/21
Shots: Lethbridge – 103 Regina - 144
2012 – 2013 Stats:
Points (14), Goals (9) – Russell Maxwell
Assists (8), Rookie Points Leader (8) – Axel Blomqvist
PIM’s (38) – Jaimen Yakubowski
Plus/Minus (+5) – Daniel Johnston
Overall Powerplay: 11/63 (17.5%) Home Powerplay: 7/38 (18.4%)
Overall Penalty Kill: 18/63 (71.4%) Home Penalty Kill: 10/36 (72.2%)
vs. Central Division: 3-2-0-0
vs. East Division: 2-3-0-0
vs. BC Division: 1-0-1-0
vs. US Division: 0-2-0-0
Jay Merkley (4G, 3A) is on a 6 game point streak
Brady Ramsay (1G, 6A) is on a 5 game point streak.
Ty Rimmer has made 14 straight starts for the Hurricanes
Russ Maxwell had a 4 game point streak (4G, 3A) snapped on Oct. 24th
Axel Blomqvist had a 4 game point streak (5A) snapped on Oct. 24th
Top Scorers – Lethbridge: Top Scorers – Regina:
Russell Maxwell: 9G, 5A – 14 points Trent Ouellette: 6G, 8A – 14 points
Jaimen Yakubowski: 5G, 3A – 8 points Lane Scheidl: 6G, 7A – 13 points
Axel Blomqvist: 0G, 8A – 8 points Dyson Stevenson: 5G, 6A – 11 points
Sam McKechnie: 8G, 0A – 8 points Morgan Klimchuk: 6G,4A – 10 points
(3 others with 8 points each)
Spencer Galbraith – 2 PIM’s away from 200 for his career
Russ Maxwell – played in his 150th career game on October 17th vs. Brandon
Lenny Hackman – recorded his first career WHL point with 1 assist vs. Moose Jaw on October 20th, 2012
Brady Ramsay – recorded his 50th career point vs. Kamloops on October 19th, 2012
Remi Laurencelle – scored his first career WHL goal vs. Spokane on October 6th, 2012
Joel Topping – recorded his first career WHL point with his 1 assist vs. Tri City on October 5th, 2012
Axel Blomqvist – recorded his first career WHL point with 1 assist vs. Spokane on October 6th, 2012
Graham Hood – hit the 100 career point milestone with 1 assist vs. Kootenay on September 29th
Ty Rimmer – has played 100 career regular season WHL games (Oct 6th.) Rimmer is 1 shutout shy from 10 in his career
Every Friday home game throughout the season is also “Food Bank Fridays”. Be sure to bring a non-perishable food item for the Lethbridge Food Bank. Also look for the Food Bank on the concourse and be sure to enter your name into draw for a weekly prize (winners announced during the game) Help us help the Food Bank on October 26th.
This weekend is our final 2 for $32 weekend this month. Just stop by the (ENMAX) Ticket Centre and purchase a ticket for each night of a Friday / Saturdayback to back home stand and receive a complimentary pop for each game courtesy of the ENMAX Centre!
2 for $32 ... not only do you save on your ticket price, but enjoy a complimentary pop for each game courtesy of the ENMAX Centre!
A long-forgotten secret passageway was found in the lowest level of the ENMAX Centre. Your only chance to tour it is on October 27th between 6 and 8 PM during the B93 Halloween Night game. Dress up for your chance to win prizes and remember, your ticket into the game will get you into the Dungeon of Doom…..if you dare!
The Lethbridge Hurricanes are proud to announce “OKTOBERFEST” is coming!!
Join us on Friday, October 26th (vs. Regina) or on Saturday, October 27th (Swift Current) for Oktoberfest.
For only $19 dollars per person, you’ll enjoy a ticket to the Hurricanes game, 1 Beer and 1 Bratwurst all for only 19 dollars per person. *This offer is for GROUPS OF 15 OR MORE ONLY. For more details contact the Hurricanes office at (403) 328-1986.
EXCLUSIVE for Season Ticket Holders:
This season we’re introducing the Perfect Attendance! We want to reward our Season Ticket Holders for their perfect attendance. If their season ticket is scanned for every home game during the Hurricanes 2012-2013 regular season, they will be entered in a draw to win a free season ticket in 2013-2014.
Next up: The Hurricanes 6 game home stand continues tomorrow night (October 27th) when they host the Swift Current Broncos for the second time this week. Game time is 7:00pm and you can tune into the pregame show on 94.1 CJOC with Pat Siedlecki and Fred Jack. It’s also the B93 Halloween Howl night. Fans are encouraged to dress up and win some prizes. As well, between 6 and 8pm, head down to the Haunted House, the Dungeon of Doom …if you dare!! Remember, at home or on the road you can follow your Lethbridge Hurricanes with news and team headlines on Twitter @WHLHurricanes, play by play analysis @CanesCast or by checking out our website at lethbridgehurricanes.com. Fans can also follow us on our Official Facebook Fan Page at facebook.com/WHLHurricanes or check out the game live on WHL Web TV - log on to whl.ca for details and pricing. Fans can also drop by Pop's Pub South to watch the WHL Webcast live as they present all 36 Hurricanes road games this season.