Special Presentation Planned for Home Opener
Medicine Hat, AB - The Medicine Hat Tigers will be opening their 2019/20 WHL campaign with a home and home series against the Lethbridge Hurricanes.
After visiting the Enmax Centre Friday night, the Tigers will host the Hurricanes Saturday at the Canalta Centre with the game scheduled to start at 7:30 PM.
Saturday's game will be brought to you by Kal Tire who will also be hosting a tailgate BBQ outside the Canalta Centre starting at 5 PM. They will be selling hot dogs, smokies, pop and water for a donation to the Medicine Hat & District Food Bank.
The Tigers would like to encourage all fans attending to be in their seats for 7:10 PM for a special 50th anniversary video presentation as well as player introductions.
Single game tickets are still available for purchase either in person at the Canalta Centre Box Office or online.
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