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Following a five game home stand, the Saginaw Spirit will now take to the highway for their next four starts with three games in as many days this week. The Spirit will take a 3-2-0-0 record against Eastern Conference competition into games on Friday, November 8th in Ottawa against the 67's at 7:30 PM, Belleville on Saturday, November 9th at 7:05 pm, and Kingston on Sunday, November 10th at 2:00 pm.
The Spirit will return to the Dow Event Center on Saturday, November 16th at 7:11 against Mississauga, with the game being the team's Pay it Forward, Jayden Style Night. The Plymouth Whalers will provide the opposition on Friday, November 22nd at 7:11 on Latino Heritage Night presented by Midwesttejanoradio.com, and the Spirit will also be home on Saturday, November 23rd against Sarnia at 7:11. The Annual Guns and Hoses game featuring area police officers skating against local firefighters will be played prior to the Spirit and the Sting. The event, which will benefit the local MDA foundation, is co-sponsored by Gohm Insurance Restoration, and Mike's Wrecker.
OHL Outdoor Game Tickets Available Through the Spirit
Tickets are now on sale for the OHL Doubleheader Outdoor games at Comerica Park on Sunday, December 29th, with the Spirit taking on Windsor at 1:30 PM, and Plymouth skating against London at 5:00 PM
To purchase tickets, please contact the Spirit at 989-497-7747 or stop by the Spirit Store located on State St in Saginaw. Tickets are available for $38, $28 and $18 dollars apiece. A bus trip option is also available, and tickets that are purchased through the Spirit Office will be grouped together for the games.
Spirit Announce Roster Moves
The Saginaw Spirit have announced the following roster moves as of November 3rd, 2013. Defenseman Nathan Glass is now with Sherbrooke of the QMJHL, with Brandon Prophet now wearing Glass' previous number 3. Meantime, forward Kris Bennett has been sent to Jr. A Oakville.
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Monday, November 11 2013, 09:41 AM EST
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