LES CANADIENNES PLAY THE BLADES ON THE ROAD THIS WEEKEND

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Montreal, QC (Nov. 15, 2018) ­­–– Les Canadiennes are preparing for two weekends on the road when they will face the Worcester Blades and the Calgary Inferno.

This weekend, Montreal will visit the Blades on Saturday, Nov. 17 at DCU Centre at 3:30pm and Sunday, Nov. 18 at the Fidelity Bank Worcester Ice Centre at 12:30pm. They will face the Inferno the following weekend on Nov. 24 and Nov. 25.

Tied for second place in the league, Les Canadiennes look to extend their four-game win streak. The team’s offense has been on the rise since the beginning of the season with 13 different players scoring at least one goal. Montreal has three games in hand over the Blades and five games in hand against the first-placed Shenzhen KRS Vanke Rays.

The Blades are looking for their first win in nine outings since moving from Boston to Worcester this season. They are back on home ice after travelling to China to face the KRS Vanke Rays and are in last place in the CWHL. 

Les Canadiennes will have home ice advantage against the Blades on  Dec. 1 at 6:30pm and Dec. 2 at 1:00pm on the community ice rink at Place Bell. These will also be Montreal’s first home games in over a month.

For tickets to the game on Dec. 1, click here.

For tickets to the game on Dec. 2, click here.

Media 

Here is Les Canadiennes’ practice schedule for the month of November:

Nov.13-15: Aréna Michel Normandin, Complexe sportif Claude-Robillard, 20h30-22h (open to public)

Nov. 20-22: Place Bell, 20h-21h30 (closed to public)

Nov. 27-29: Place Bell, 20h-21h30 (closed to public)

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About the CWHL

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Media Relations Contact

Safia Ahmad

Les Canadiennes de Montréal|CWHL

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