The Winterhawks return from Christmas break for an important game with their Bruce County rivals from Ripley.
The Winterhawks enter the game two points back of the first place Wolves and will need the two points to keep pace with Ripley.
Newly-signed forward Logan Freiburger
will make his Winterhawks debut, projected to skate on a line with longtime Kincardine Bulldogs linemate Mike Fiegehen, while also suiting up against a host of former Bulldogs teammates now skating with Ripley.
A reminder of new and existing COVID-19 protocols in place:
- Spectator capacity: 355 (Approx. 250 tickets available to ensure capacity for season ticket holders)
- Hawks Nest & lobby food booth closed
- Outside food & drink not permitted
- Masks must be worn properly at all times
- Proof of vaccination/medical exemption required
The Winterhawks request that fans spread out in the spectator area and please remain in your seats as much as possible.
Doors open at 7:00 p.m., puck drops at 7:30 p.m.