Dryden GM Ice Dogs action will be returning to the Dryden Memorial Arena today, and fans will be allowed to be in attendance!
Members of the Ice Dogs will be taking on the Red Lake Miners in pre-season action tonight, and safety precautions are in place to keep players and the community as safe as possible.
A total of 50 fans will be allowed inside the Dog Pound, and it will operate on a first come, first serve basis with a $20 admission. Fans are to be seated in the seats marked with a green circle and check mark.
Doors at the Memorial Arena will open at 6:30 p.m., and all fans will be expected to pass a COVID-19 screen at the main entrance. Masks are to be worn at all times.
“The eight months between the last time we played a game here and this Saturday have felt like an eternity, but have been made manageable by the incredible team we have here with the Dryden GM Ice Dogs,” said team president Mike Sveinson.
“Playing again in Dryden for even 50 fans and everyone watching at home marks a moment that reminds me of how grateful I am to the team and those within the Dryden GM Ice Dogs organization and members of our community.”
The game will also be available via a View Stub livestream, with a minimum $7 donation. HockeyTV will also broadcast the game.