THUNDER BAY – Are you looking to fill the ‘hockey void’ left by the lockout? For fast, entertaining and affordable hockey, in Thunder Bay it is the Superior International Junior Hockey League that will serve to offer a fix for those missing hockey on the television. The North Stars are 3-1 this season, and are coming together offering old and new fans alike the opportunity for a family night out of hockey fun.
The puck drops on both Friday and Saturday night at 7:30PM.
You can keep up on the latest from the North Stars by visiting the team’s new website: www.thunderbaynorthstarsjrahockey.com
In other games, the unbeaten Dryden Ice Dogs, currently ranked 6th in the Canadian Junior Hockey League Top 20, heading to Hoyt Lakes to meet the Minnesota Iron Rangers, who are winners of two straight, at 7PM.