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WHL announces rescheduling of Wednesday’s home game to Sunday at 5 p.m.

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Calgary, Alta. – The Western Hockey League announced today that the Edmonton Oil Kings, Everett Silvertips, Medicine Hat Tigers, Prince Albert Raiders, Red Deer Rebels, Saskatoon Blades, Spokane Chiefs and Winnipeg ICE have all been cleared to resume all team activities, in accordance with WHL COVID-19 Protocols.

The aforementioned join the Lethbridge Hurricanes, Moose Jaw Warriors, Portland Winterhawks, Regina Pats, Swift Current Broncos, and Tri-City Americans, who previously returned to team activities. At this time, the 14 WHL Clubs listed above are all participating in team activities.

The WHL announced the rescheduling of the following 13 WHL Regular Season games:

Saturday, January 15

  • Winnipeg at Moose Jaw (originally scheduled for Wednesday, March 30)

Sunday, January 16

  • Kamloops at Portland (originally scheduled for Wednesday, January 12) ***5 p.m. puck drop
  • Moose Jaw at Regina (originally scheduled for Sunday, January 30)

Monday, January 17

  • Prince Albert at Red Deer (originally scheduled for Wednesday, January 12)

Tuesday, January 18

  • Winnipeg at Swift Current (originally scheduled for Tuesday, December 30)
  • Calgary at Regina (originally scheduled for Tuesday, January 11)

Wednesday, January 19

  • Calgary at Moose Jaw (originally scheduled for Wednesday, January 12)
  • Victoria at Prince George (originally scheduled for Friday, January 7)

Wednesday, February 2

  • Swift Current at Lethbridge (originally scheduled for Sunday, January 2)

Monday, February 7

  • Red Deer at Brandon (originally scheduled for Saturday, January 1)

Thursday, February 17

  • Moose Jaw at Lethbridge (originally scheduled for Friday, January 7)

Tuesday, February 22

  • Edmonton at Red Deer (originally scheduled for Friday, January 7)

Monday, March 28

  • Lethbridge at Red Deer (originally scheduled for Saturday, January 8)

The health and safety of all WHL participants is the top priority for the WHL. In order to reduce the risk of exposure to and transmission of COVID-19, the WHL requires all WHL roster players, hockey operations staff, and other team and League office personnel to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 with a Health Canada approved vaccine.

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