Wolves release 2015-16 schedule

by Sudbury Sports Staff | June 18, 2015

The schedule for the upcoming OHL season has been released. The Sudbury Wolves will open their 2015-16 season at home against their divisional rivals, the Niagara IceDogs, Friday, Sept. 25 at 7 p.m.

The Wolves’ 34-home game schedule will feature 20 Friday nights, three Saturday nights, nine Sunday games and two weekday games.

Based on season ticket holder and fan feedback, the Sudbury Wolves have also decided to change Friday night start times from 7:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.

The Sudbury Wolves also have a number of exciting promotions in store for this season, along with a number of great prizes and giveaways for fans. The annual fan favoues will return for another year including the Travelodge Teddy Bear Toss, Vale Sudbury Saturday Night and Military Appreciation Night.

With nine Sunday home games, the Wolves will be offering a number of family promotions throughout the season, including the popular Family Four-Pack.

The Sudbury Wolves have 17 players eligible to return, in addition to first overall draft selection David Levin as well as the third overall selection in the CHL Import Draft set to take place on June 30 . Among those 17 players include: Pavel Jenys who recently signed a three-year entry level deal with the NHL’s Minnesota Wild, and Matt Schmalz and Kyle Capobianco who are both expected to be drafted in the upcoming NHL Entry Draft on June 26 and 27.

In addition, the Wolves will also have some excellent 20-year-old overage players to choose from including Jacob Harris and Danny Desrochers.

For more information, contact Miranda in the Wolves’ Summer Office located at 430 Westmount by phone at 705-524-1723 ext. 232 or by email at [email protected].

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