Icemen on Winning Streak

 

The Wetaskiwin Iceman have been on a roll as of late. Since the November 23rd 6-5 shootout win against league leading Spruce Grove Regals the Ice have been formidable for their opposition. The Eastern Division leaders have been scoring a lot of goals. 21 goals in the last four games to be exact.
Starting with a Nov. 25th 7-4 Grey Cup Sunday win against Western Division Stony Plain Flyers followed by a Nov. 30th 6-3 win against Divisional rival and number two Eastern team Sherwood Park Knights. Sunday Dec. 2nd saw the Iceman in Strathcona to face the Bruins which resulted in a 4-2 loss for the Iceman
Next home game is Friday Dec. 7th at 7:30 against the Beaumont Chiefs followed by a Sunday Dec. 9th game in St. Albert against the Merchants. The Iceman look forward to seeing you this Friday for some exciting CJHL hockey. 
REMEMBER DECEMBER IS FOOD BANK MONTH
 
Remember that December is Food Bank Month. Fans bringing a non perishable to the game will receive a free Iceman game ticket.
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