Wednesday's Home Game vs. Titan Being Played as Planned
Following the announcement this morning that Prince Edward Island will temporarily be closing it's borders to non-essential travel, the Charlottetown Islanders and the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League has received exemption from the province to continue playing regular season games during the upcoming two weeks.
We are only able to play Maritime Division teams currently approved to participate in games by their jurisdiction's Public Health protocols. As such, the next Charlottetown Islanders home game on Wednesday, November 25th against the Acadie-Bathurst Titan is still slated to go ahead. As this game was previously a re-scheduled game, season ticket holders are reminded to use their ticket for the December 30th game to gain entrance in to the Eastlink Centre. Any changes to the 2020-2021 regular season that affects the Charlottetown Islanders will be communicated to our fans as soon as possible.
Players, coaches, and staff will minimize non-essential contacts outside of the Eastlink Centre wherever possible.
We would like to remind everyone that the health and safety of all fans, players, coaches, and staff remains paramount. Please wear your mask while in public places, including at Islanders games, and observe social distancing practices whenever possible.
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