WHL Announces Next Three Weeks of Central Division Schedule
LETHBRIDGE, AB - The Western Hockey League announced today the next three weeks of the Central Division schedule which includes a trio of three-in-three weekends for the Lethbridge Hurricanes. The Hurricanes will play the Red Deer Rebels, Calgary Hitmen and Medicine Hat Tigers in three-in-three's over the next three weeks:
Friday, March 12th - Lethbridge Hurricanes at Red Deer Rebels (7pm)
Saturday, March 13th - Red Deer Rebels at Lethbridge Hurricanes (6pm)
Sunday March 14th - Lethbridge Hurricanes at Red Deer Rebels (6pm)
Friday, March 19th - Calgary Hitmen at Lethbridge Hurricanes (7pm)
Saturday, March 20th - Lethbridge Hurricanes at Calgary Hitmen (7pm)
Sunday, March 21st - Calgary Hitmen at Lethbridge Hurricanes (6pm)
Friday, March 26th - Lethbridge Hurricanes at Medicine Hat Tigers (7pm)
Saturday, March 27th - Medicine Hat Tigers at Lethbridge Hurricanes (7pm)
Sunday, March 28th - Lethbridge Hurricanes at Medicine Hat Tigers (6pm)
All of the Hurricanes games can be streamed online at www.watch.chl.ca, heard on 106.7 ROCK Lethbridge, or viewed at Browns Socialhouse.
As previously announced, the WHL's five Alberta -based teams in the Central Division will play all 2020-21 Regular Season games exclusively within the provincial boundaries of Alberta. The WHL's Central Division will play a 24-game schedule, with the remainder of the schedule to be announced in early April.
The WHL has developed an extensive set of protocols, to not only provide a safe environment for players and staff, but to protect Albertans in the community. The WHL will continue ongoing weekly private PCR testing strategy through DynaLIFE Medical Labs. If a WHL Club has one or more players or staff test positive for COVID-19 at any point in the season, the Club will be required to suspend its Club activities for a minimum of 14 days.
Enhanced screening for all WHL players, billets, team staff and officials will continue to take place on a daily basis, including regular temperature screenings as well as symptom monitoring through the WHL Athlete RMS Mobile Application. Masks must be worn by all WHL players at all times with the exception of when participating on ice for games and practices. WHL coaches will be required to wear masks at all times, including while conducting practice and while behind the bench during games.
As the WHL continues play in the Central Division, no spectators will be permitted to enter WHL facilities. WHL fans can look forward to taking in games across the whole league through the newly-launched WHL Live on CHL TV. More details available by visiting watch.CHL.ca.
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