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Bad Weather - Give yourself more travel time
Submitted By Brian Dool on Friday, January 18, 2019
Attention Hockey Families!

With the expected snowfall coming, please allow for additional travel time to the arena.  Unless the City of Windsor closes the facility, all games will be played as scheduled.  We have not received any communication from the City of Windsor to suggest they will be planning closures.

If there are any closures, we will communicate them out a quickly as possible.  If there are schedule changes, based on closures, we will also update our site, coaches, and managers as quickly as possible. This applies for all future snow dates with practices or games. 


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