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WINNIPEG ICE ANNOUNCE 2021-22 REGULAR SEASON HOME SCHEDULE

Winnipeg, MB – On Monday, the ICE, in collaboration with the WHL, announced its 34 game regular season home schedule for the 2021-22 season which will be played out of the ICE Cave inside Wayne Fleming Arena. 

The Winnipeg ICE will play its provincial rival, the Brandon Wheat Kings, 5 times during the 2021-2022 WHL regular season on home ice including the home opener on October 2nd.  Connor Bedard, the WHL’s first ever player granted exceptional status will be in Winnipeg four times starting with two games in October on Wednesday October 6th and Saturday October 16th.

The ICE will only host teams from the East and Central divisions this season.

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68% of ICE Home Games on the weekend

23 of the 34 ICE home games will be played on the weekend.  Below is a breakdown of the Winnipeg ICE home games by day of the week.

  • Monday – 1 Game
  • Tuesday – 2 Games
  • Wednesday – 6 Games
  • Thursday – 2 Games
  • Friday – 2 Games
  • Saturday – 14 Games
  • Sunday – 7 Games 

 

Family Friendly, Earlier Sunday Start Time In Response to Fan Feedback

Following feedback from fans and season seat holders at the conclusion of the inaugural season we are pleased to announce revised start times for the 2021-22 season.  All Sunday games will start at 5:00PM with the exception of Sunday November 7 which starts at 2:00PM.  All other games will start at 7:00PM with a few noted exceptions in the 2021-22 schedule.

CLICK HERE for a downloadable PDF version of the ICE home schedule.

 

East Division Players To Watch

The ICE will play 20 home games within their division this season where ICE fans will have an opportunity to watch an abundance of future NHL stars!

The following players have eligibility to return to the WHL next season;

  • Ridly Greig – Ottawa Senators – (Lethbridge, AB) Brandon Wheat Kings
  • Ozzy Wiesblatt – San Jose Sharks – (Calgary, AB) Prince Albert Raiders
  • Tristen Robins – San Jose Sharks – (London, GBR) Saskatoon Blades
  • Kaden Guhle – Montreal Canadiens – (Sherwood Park, AB) Prince Albert Raiders
  • Connor McClennon – Philadelphia Flyers – (Wainwright, AB) Winnipeg ICE

 

East Division 2021 NHL Draft Central Scouting Ranked Players, Watch Future NHL Stars Now! 

  • Carson Lambos – (Winnipeg, MB) Winnipeg ICE
  • Ryder Korczak – (Yorkton, SK) Moose Jaw Warriors
  • Owen Pederson – (St. Albert, AB) Winnipeg ICE
  • Mikey Milne – (Abbotsford, BC) Winnipeg ICE
  • Eric Alarie – (Winnipeg, MB) Moose Jaw Warriors
  • Jake Chaisson – (Abbotsford, BC) Brandon Wheat Kings
  • Drew Englot – (Candiac, SK) Regina Pats
  • Colton Dach – (Fort Saskatchewan, AB) Saskatoon Blades. 
  • Gage Alexander – (Okotoks, AB) Winnipeg ICE
  • Nolan Alan – (Davidson, SK) Prince Albert Raiders
  • Landon Kosior – (Regina, SK) Prince Albert Raiders
  • Vincent Iorio – (Coquitlam, BC) Brandon Wheat Kings
  • Cole Jordan – (Winnipeg, MB) Moose Jaw Warriors
  • Carter Serhyenko – (Saskatoon, SK) Prince Albert Raiders
  • Koen MacInnes – (Burnaby, BC) Saskatoon Blades
  • Ethan Kruger – (Sherwood Park, AB) Brandon Wheat Kings

 

WHL East Division Loaded With Young Talent

  • Connor Bedard (North Vancouver, BC) Regina Pats
  • Matt Savoie – (St. Albert, AB) Winnipeg ICE
  • Conor Geekie – (Strathclair, MB) Winnipeg ICE
  • Zach Benson – (Chilliawack, BC) Winnipeg ICE
  • Daniel Hauser – (Chestermere, AB) Winnipeg ICE
  • Tanner Molendyk – (Kamloops, BC) Saskatoon Blades
  • Brayden Yager – (Dundurn, SK) Moose Jaw Warriors
  • Brandon Lisowski – (Port Coquitlam, BC) Saskatoon Blades
  • Denton Mateychuck – (Winnipeg, MB) Moose Jaw Warriors
  • Nate Danielson – (Red Deer, AB) Brandon Wheat Kings
  • Tyson Zimmer – (Russell, MB) Brandon Wheat Kings
  • Rylan Roersma – (Lethbridge, AB) Brandon Wheat Kings
  • Niall Crocker – (Delta, BC) Prince Albert Raiders

 

In addition, the ICE will host a number of promotional games throughout the 2021-2022 season.  Information on those games will be announced closer to the start of the season.

Fan Feedback Requested For Promotional Theme Nights

Fans are encouraged between now and July 17 to submit their suggestions for promotional events, theme nights and even theme jerseys. Click here to enter a suggestion. 

 

Winnipeg ICE Priority Wait List Will Determine Access To ICE Games

In anticipation of fans being confirmed at the ICE Cave this season we are launching a priority wait list.  First to sign up means first access when tickets go on sale.  CLICK HERE to join the Winnipeg ICE Priority Wait List to reserve your spot on the list for when season tickets go on sale and be entered for a chance to win a Peyton Krebs limited edition 2020-21 autographed puck and one of three Peyton Krebs mini bobbleheads

 

Get your ICE Gear in time for the season! Take advantage of this limited time offer by using the promo code ‘FEELTHEFREEZE for 25% off all in stock Winnipeg ICE apparel and novelties’. To purchase your pro or customized 2020-21 jersey, ICE hat, hoodie or more, click the link provided >> CLICK HERE  

Offer valid until Friday July 9, 2020 at midnight.

 

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