The Sudbury Wolves will look to continue their 10-game regulation undefeated streak at home on Friday night when the Mississauga Steelheads make their second visit to the Sudbury Community Arena this season. The divisional rivals are currently deadlocked in a tie for 4th place in the OHL’s Central Division with 43 points apiece. A lot is at stake in this divisional matchup as only four points separate the two teams from the Niagara IceDogs who currently sit second in the division. The Steelheads offensive attack has been led up front this season by RILEY BRACE who has posted an impressive 52 points to date this season. Toronto Maple Leaf’s first round draft pick STUART PERCY leads the Steelheads charge from the back end. MATHEW CAMPAGNA and JOSH LEIVO will be looking to extend streaks of their own over the weekend. CAMPAGNA is currently riding a league leading 16-game point streak which has seen him post 28 points. LEIVO is also riding an impressive 11-game point streak of his own which has seen him score 21 points to date. Game time is 7:35 P.M.
Friday’s game will be sponsored by CINTAS who will be on hand with Lucky Row giveaways! Lucky fans will also have the chance to win great prizes in the Mop-head Challenge! Don’t miss the Tim Horton’s Tyke mini game during the second intermission featuring youngsters from the Onaping Huskies. There are still greats seats available for the game! Tickets can be purchased at the Sudbury Arena Box Office or by calling (705) 671-3000.
Wolves’ fans are encouraged to come out and join the Wolves’ organization in recognizing DOMINIK KAHUN and CONOR CUMMINS prior to the start of Friday’s game.
On Saturday, the Wolves will head on the road to Peterborough for a Saturday Night contest against the Petes. The Petes’ play has improved as of late as they have posted an impressive 2-0-0-1 record in their last three contests. Game time is 7:05 P.M. The Wolves will then head to Brampton to finish up their first 3-in-3 of the New Year in a key divisional matchup against the Battalion. Entering the weekend, the Wolves currently sit two points behind the Battalion in the Central Division standings. Don’t miss out on the action, as STEW KERNAN will have the call of the both games on KFM 95.5.