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Hershey Bears Announce Schedule for 2020-21 Season

January 22, 2021 - American Hockey League (AHL) - Hershey Bears News Release


(Hershey, PA) - The Hershey Bears, in conjunction with the American Hockey League, have released the schedule for the 2020-21 season. The Bears open the new campaign on the road vs. Binghamton (at Newark, New Jersey) on Friday, Feb. 5, and the club's home opener is the following day, Saturday, Feb. 6 vs. Lehigh Valley at 4 p.m. at GIANT Center.

Fans are encouraged to visit stories.hersheypa.com/covid-19-safety-updates-from-hershey-bears-hockey/ for more information on Frequently Asked Questions and safety procedures for all home games at GIANT Center. A very limited number of seats will be available for home games. The club is finalizing on sale details for games in February and will share more information as soon as possible. Season Ticket Holders will have an opportunity to purchase single game tickets as part of an exclusive Season Ticket Holder presale.

The Bears 2020-21 campaign is presented by Penn State Health and features 36 regular season games, with 18 contests coming on home ice. Hershey's schedule will see the Chocolate and White play three teams, going head-to-head with geographic North Division rivals Lehigh Valley (14 games), Binghamton (12 games), and Wilkes-Barre/Scranton (10 games). All games at Binghamton will be played in Newark, New Jersey this season.

Of Hershey's 18 home games, nine are on Saturday's, eight on Sunday's, and one on a Wednesday evening. Hershey's longest homestand is three games, which occurs two times from Apr. 11-17, and May 8-16.

The Bears have also announced a pair of preseason games. Hershey will visit Binghamton (at Newark, New Jersey) on Friday, Jan. 29 at 7 p.m. The Bears will host Lehigh Valley at the GIANT Center for exhibition action on Sunday, Jan. 31 at 1 p.m. The game will be closed to the public.

The Chocolate and White open the club's 2021 Training Camp presented by Planet Fitness on Saturday at GIANT Center. Training Camp and all practices during the 2020-21 season will be closed to the public. Virtual Zoom interviews with players and coaches are set to begin next week, and information will be distributed to media via email.


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