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2018 – 2019 Regular Season Schedule Released

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The Moose Jaw Warriors have released their 68-game 2018 – 2019 Western Hockey League Regular Season schedule.

The regular season will begin Friday, September 21st in Brandon with the first game of a weekend home-and-home series with the Wheat Kings, the Warriors home opener will be Saturday, September 22nd against Brandon.    The Warriors regular season will end with a home-and-home series against the Swift Current Broncos on March 15th and 16th.

2018 – 2019 Dates/Points of Interest:

  • Warriors have a combined 24 games on Friday (8) and Saturday (16)
  • C./Central Division Road Trip: January 15 @ Kamloops, January 16 @ Kelowna, January 18 @ Victoria, January 19 @ Vancouver, January 22 @ Prince George, January 25 @ Edmonton, January 26 @ Medicine Hat
  • S. Division home games: October 13 vs. Spokane, October 26 vs. Everett, November 13 vs. Tri City, January 5 vs. Portland, January 11 vs. Seattle
  • Teddy Bear Toss: Saturday, December 15 vs. Regina
  • New Year’s Eve Brandon
  • Regina home-and-home:
    • December 14 & 15
    • March 8 & 9
  • Other East Division home-and-home series:
    • Brandon: September 21 & 22, December 30 & 31
    • Swift Current: December 27 & 28, March 15 & 16
    • Saskatoon: December 7 & 8

(From December 7 – 31 the Warriors have 4 straight home-and-home series against Division rivals: Saskatoon, Regina, Swift Current, Brandon)

2018 – 2019 Moose Jaw Warriors season tickets and flex packs are available at the Warriors Office located in Mosaic Place, more details are available online at www.mjwarriors.com or by calling 306.694.5711.

Click here to view the Warriors 2018 – 2019 schedule

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