Sunday’s home game is a fan appreciation event, with pre-game celebration and post-game skating with the players
The Sudbury Wolves host the Ottawa 67s for a home fan appreciation game on Sunday, with a public outing scheduled for 2:05 p.m.
The game will follow an away game in Kitchener on Friday, where they will face the Rangers.
“We continue to celebrate our 50th anniversary by hosting a fan appreciation fanfest ahead of the 67 game,” according to a press release issued by the team. “The We Are Wolves Fan Appreciation Event will begin at noon, two hours before puck drop with a bouncy castle, free hot dogs, games, face painting, prizes, live music and more Again.”
After Sunday’s game, fans will be invited to hit the ice to skate with the players.
The team had a successful weekend at home, collecting three of four possible points as they went to overtime in both games against the Barrie Colts and Peterborough Petes.
A team press release gave goaltender Joe Ranger an “outstanding in both games” rating, during which he made 38 of 40 saves and earned the game’s first star on Friday. His average ranks him fourth among OHL goaltenders with a .920 save percentage.
On Saturday, Nathan Villeneuve and Kieron Walton both scored their first OHL goals, with Villeneuve the winner in overtime.
Sunday’s game will be a challenge as the Ottawa 67s are still undefeated this season, going 6-0-0-0. Wolves’ record is 3-3-1-0.
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