Big Week for Wolves — Visit Barrie Before Hosting Northern Rivals this Weekend

The Sudbury Wolves will host both Northern rivals this weekend at the Sudbury Arena. The Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds make a stop here Friday night at 7:05pm for Game 4 of the Bell Challenge Cup. Then on Sunday afternoon, the Wolves look for revenge as they welcome the North Bay Battalion at 2:00pm.

Before welcoming the northern rivalries to the Elgin Street Barn for the weekend, the Pack hit the road to pay a visit to the Central Division leading Barrie Colts at the Barrie Molson Centre on Thursday night as they look to even in the season series.  Wolves first round selection Blake Murray makes his return to the Wolves; line-up from the U17 tournament in BC.  Tune into the game on CKLU 96.7 FM or EASTLINK HD 610, game time 7:30pm.

On Friday when the high-flying Greyhounds who are ranked 6th in the CHL Top Ten with a record of 15-3-2 return for the final regular appearance in Sudbury between the two teams. The Soo roster features seven NHL Prospects including Philadelphia Flyers 2017 1st round selection Morgan Frost. The Wolves have played the Greyhounds hard this season and have been in every game clinching one regulation win and falling in overtime twice to the hounds.

Friday’s game is sponsored by THE HOME DEPOT who will be on hand with lots of prizes and giveaways for fans. Fans are encouraged to visit the Ryobi and The Home Depot Foundations displays in the lower lobby. Don’t miss the Ryobi Leaf Blower Challenge in the first intermission where one lucky fan will win a 2-piece Drill Kit.

On Sunday at 2pm, the Wolves turn their attention to the North Bay Battalion currently 2 points behind the Wolves in the Eastern Conference standings with two games in-hand. The Battalion are led up front by right winger Justin Brazeau and Arizona Coyotes defensive prospect Cam Dineen.

Sunday’s game is sponsored by Glencore! The Sudbury Wolves welcome Glencore and their families for the afternoon matinee. Glencore has team up with the Sudbury Food Bank who will be out front of the Arena collecting donations prior to the game. Stay in your seats and catch the Glencore Shoot-out and t-shirt toss during the first intermission.

Tickets are on-sale now at the Sudbury Arena Box Office and online at Fans are encouraged to skip the box office line and save time with WOLVES WEB WEDNESDAY.   All day this Wednesday and every Wednesday, fans can purchase their tickets online and save the service fees!

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