OHL Announces Saturday, December 14 Game Between Petes and IceDogs Is Postponed
(Peterborough, ON) - The Ontario Hockey League announced Friday that the regular season game scheduled for Saturday, December 14 between the host Peterborough Petes and visiting Niagara IceDogs has been postponed as the IceDogs organization continues to recover from the unfortunate events in their game on Thursday, December 12.
The game, to be played at the Peterborough Memorial Centre, will be rescheduled for a date to be determined.
All tickets for the game on Saturday, December 14 will be honoured for the rescheduled game. If fans cannot attend the rescheduled game, they may exchange their tickets for any other remaining 2019-20 regular season Petes home game (while supplies last; must be exchanged at least two business days prior to the rescheduled game date.
Fans will be notified when they are able to exchange their tickets should they choose that option. Ticket exchanges are to be completed through the Grant Thornton Box Office at the Peterborough Memorial Centre. Complete details regarding ticket exchanges will be announced at a later date. To view the Petes' schedule, click here.
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