The Dryden GM Ice Dogs (5-6-1-0) will be looking to rebound tonight (November 4, 2021) against the Thunder Bay North Stars (8-3-0-0).

Dryden is coming off a split last weekend where they rolled to an 8-2 win on Friday night (October 29, 2021), but followed it up with a 6-4 loss to Kam River (6-2-1-0) on Saturday night (October 30, 2021).

Thunder Bay only played once last weekend and was shut out 3-0 by the Fort Frances Lakers on the road.

Tonight’s game will be the last home game for the Ice Dogs until December 3, 2021, as they prepare to embark on an eight-game road trip starting on Friday night (November 5, 2021) when they take on the Kam River Fighting Walleye for a pair of games.

Maxime Collette continued scoring ways last weekend as he picked up a goal and an assist to add to his league-leading 19 points.

Forward Tristan Takats has been an offensive leader through his first six games with the team picking up five goals and six assists for eleven points on the season.

Dryden is sitting fourth in the league with 11 points, six points behind first-place Red Lake. Thunder Bay sits second with 16 points.

Puck drop will be at 7:30 p.m., at the Dryden Memorial Arena.