This week the Peterborough Petes play regular season games 5 and 6 as they host the Sudbury Wolves on Thursday night and travel to Barrie on Saturday night to play the Colts.
Thursday October 4th vs. Sudbury Wolves
TV Cogeco Magnetic Schedule night – don’t miss your chance to pick up the 2012-13 edition of the TV Cogeco Magnetic Schedule.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month puck drop with Breast Cancer Survivor Meredith Cosburn.
Post Game Chalk Talk – Meet members of the Petes coaching staff in the PMC Pub and Grill following the game where they will discuss the game with Rob Snoek from FM90.5 and field questions from fans.
Sign-A-Rama Fun Zone – Located in the East lobby of the Peterborough Memorial Centre. Fans of all ages have the opportunity to play fun games, create posters, get their faces painted and win great prizes.
About the Sudbury Wolves – Record (2-3-0-0 4pts) Leading scorers Nathan Pancel (3g, 2a), Michael Kantor (1g, 3a), Frank Corrado (4a), Dominik Kubalik (3g). The Wolves travel to Peterborough on a 3 game losing streak after opening the season with a pair of wins. The Wolves are the most penalized team in the Eastern Conference with 87 penalty minutes.
About the Peterborough Petes – Record (1-3-0-0 2pts) Leading scorers Francis Menard (3g, 2a), Zach Lorentz (1g, 1a), Stephen Pierog (1g, 1a), Clark Seymour (1g, 1a). The Petes have been hit with the injury bug early this season. Currently Alex Robinson will miss another 2-3 weeks as he recovers from a broken jaw, Clark Seymour and Nick Ritchie are both week to week with upper body injuries while Alan Quine is week to week with mononucleosis and Connor Boland is out indefinitely with mononucleosis.
About the Barrie Colts – Record (3-2-0-0 6pts) Leading scorers Mark Scheifele (3g, 5a), Anthony Camara (5g, 1a), Zach Hall (3g, 3a), Ryan O’Connor (5a). This week, the Colts sent ex-Pete and overage defenceman Chris Buonomo to the Soo Greyhounds in exchange for a 4th round draft pick. The Colts will host the Petes on Saturday night as the Petes prior to the Petes being off until Tuesday when they host the Niagara IceDogs at the Peterborough Memorial Centre.