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Friday, November 06, 2009

Warriors Skate for the Cure tonight

Compiled by MiCHO staff

The Wayne State Warriors will welcome the top-ranked Mercyhurst Lakers to the City Sports Center in Detroit for the start of a two-game set this evening.

Tonight’s game will also be Skate for the Cure Night, continuing the CHA’s initiative to raise funds and awareness for breast cancer research and treatment.

It is the fifth annual Skate for the Cure event at the City Sports Center. While it is a positive campaign from a philanthropic standpoint, past Skate for the Cure games have not been kind to the Warriors on the scoreboard - Wayne State is 1-3 when hosting this event.

The Warriors fell to then-No. 6 Mercyhurst, 4-2, in the first Skate for the Cure game on Feb. 10, 2006. Wayne State dropped a 6-1 result to Minnesota State on Nov. 10, 2006, and a 5-3 decision to then fourth-ranked St. Lawrence on Nov. 2, 2007.

Last season the team snapped its losing streak, however, with a 4-3 victory over 10th-ranked Northeastern on Nov. 14.

On Saturday, the Warriors will be sponsoring a canned food drive to help feed those in need through the upcoming holiday season.

Tonight’s conference home opener will face off at 7:00 p.m. Saturday’s game will feature a 2:00 p.m. start for the series finale.


FloorBall Hockey Prep School said...

Could you please write an article about FloorBall Hockey and how you think that might affect regular US Ice Hockey in Michgan over the course of the next ten years?
I think the ADM does not recognize FloorBall, but they do it in Canada and FloorBall is larger then Ice Hockey in Sweden, Finland, The Czech republic and in Switzerland.

AreYouFuckingKiddingMe? said...

Could you also please write an article about lawn darts and how you think that might affect global thermonuclear war strategies over the course of the next 7 and a half years?
I think McDonalds in lower Manhattan does not recognize lawn darts, but they do it in Paraguay and LawnDarts is larger there then Tiddlywinks in Andorra, Botswana, the Banana Republic and in 100 Mile House, BC.