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Warriors & DFFH Board partner for major upgrade to Mosaic Place

The Moose Jaw Warriors and the DFFH Board of Directors are excited to announce a partnership that will see the two organizations share the $446,313 cost of an upgrade to the boards and glass at Mosaic Place.

“On behalf of our Board of Directors, we are very pleased to make this investment in our community in partnership with Mosaic Place.  This new CrystalPlex dasher board system is in the best interest of player safety and will benefit not only our WHL players, but all users of the facility,” stated Warriors General Manager Alan Millar.

“We’d like to thank the DFFH Board and the Mosaic Place staff for their support in this project with our hockey club,” added Millar.  “We appreciate the strong working relationship we now have between our two groups.”

“The DFFH Board of Directors would like to thank the Moose Jaw Warriors for sharing in the cost of new boards and glass for Mosaic Place,” commented Bryan Swanson, DFFH Board Chair.  “This significant upgrade will enhance player safety and save time and money when converting the ice to a concert venue.”

The new CrystalPlex aluminum dasher board system will enhance the physical safety for players and maximize the game experience for fans.  Work is already underway in order to be ready for the 2018 -2019 Western Hockey season.

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