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Tuesday , 1 December 2020

NEAJBHL schedule released: 12 games for Ice, Canadiens, Clippers

The North Eastern Alberta Junior B Hockey League’s schedule is out with games beginning on Friday night.

Capacity limits will be in effect, which has some impacts on team’s ability to sell tickets.

The Cold Lake Ice unveiled how they plan to tackle this issue.

Tickets will all be sold online this year for the sake of convenience through their website — there will be no waiting lists of tickets for sale at the front.

There will be 93 tickets available for each game, with a limit of two tickets per person, and once they’re sold out nobody with a ticket will be allowed in the building.

Returns for any reason will not be available, and it will be up to individuals to recoup their money through resell, or they can donate their ticket(s) back to the team.

There will be two-week breaks in between games, as cohort groups are still at a maximum of 50 people for the NEAJBHL.

Furthermore, the Ice, St. Paul Canadiens, and Lac La Biche Clippers are scheduled to play for the following dates and venues:

Cold Lake Ice

  • October 30th in Cold Lake: Cold Lake Ice vs. Wainwright Bisons
  • October 31st in Wainwright: Cola Lake Ice vs. Wainwright Bisons
  • November 15th in Cold Lake: Cold Lake Ice vs. Vermilion Tigers
  • November 16th in Vermilion: Cold Lake Ice vs. Vermilion Tigers
  • December 19th in Cold Lake: Cold Lake Ice vs. the Lloydminster Bandits
  • December 20th in Lloydminster: Cold Lake Ice vs. the Lloydminster Bandits
  • January 4th in Cold Lake: Cold Lake Ice vs. the Lac La Biche Clippers
  • January 6th in Lac La Biche: Cold Lake Ice vs. Lac La Biche Clippers
  • January 22nd in Killam: Cold Lake Ice vs. Killam Wheat Kings
  • January 24th in Cold Lake: Cold Lake Ice vs. the Killam Wheat Kings
  • February 12th in St. Paul: Cold Lake Ice vs. the St. Paul Canadiens
  • February 13th in Cold Lake: Cold Lake Ice vs. the St. Paul Canadiens

St. Paul Canadiens

  • October 30th in St. Paul: St. Paul Canadiens vs. Vermilion Tigers
  • October 31st in Vermilion: St. Paul Canadiens vs. Vermilion Tigers
  • November 15th in St. Paul: Lac La Biche Clippers vs. St. Paul Canadiens
  • November 17th in Lac La Biche: Lac La Biche Clippers vs. St. Paul Canadiens
  • December 3rd in Lloydminster: St. Paul Canadiens vs. Lloydminster Bandits
  • December 4th in St. Paul: St. Paul Canadiens vs. Lloydminster Bandits
  • December 19th in St. Paul: St. Paul Canadiens vs. Wainwright Bisons
  • December 20th in Wainwright: St. Paul Canadiens vs. Wainwright Bisons
  • January 4th in Killam: St. Paul Canadiens vs. Killam Wheat Kings
  • January 6th in St. Paul: St. Paul Canadiens vs. Killam Wheat Kings
  • February 12th in St. Paul: Cold Lake Ice vs. the St. Paul Canadiens
  • February 13th in Cold Lake: Cold Lake Ice vs. the St. Paul Canadiens

Lac La Biche Clippers

  • November 15th in St. Paul: Lac La Biche Clippers vs. St. Paul Canadiens
  • November 17th in Lac La Biche: Lac La Biche Clippers vs. St. Paul Canadiens
  • December 3rd in Vermilion: Lac La Biche Clippers vs. Vermilion Tigers
  • December 4th in Lac La Biche: Lac La Biche Clippers vs. Vermilion Tigers
  • December 19th in Lac La Biche: Lac La Biche Clippers vs. Killam Wheat Kings
  • December 20th in Killam: Lac La Biche Clippers vs. Killam Wheat Kings
  • January 4th in Cold Lake: Cold Lake Ice vs. the Lac La Biche Clippers
  • January 6th in Lac La Biche: Cold Lake Ice vs. Lac La Biche Clippers
  • January 22nd in Lac La Biche: Lac La Biche Clippers vs. Wainwright Bisons
  • January 23rd in Wainwright: Lac La Biche Clippers vs. Wainwright Bisons
  • February 12th in Lac La Biche: Lac La Biche Clippers vs. Lloydminster Bandits
  • February 13th in Lloydminster: Lac La Biche Clippers vs. Lloydminster Bandits

About Chris Lapointe

Chris is a two-time Vancouver Film School graduate, where he originally studied screenwriting and video games. Returning home to the lakeland post-graduation, he was determined to put what he learned to use. He brings with him a laid-back attitude and a love for pop culture that he hopes can be injected into Lakeland Connect's publications.