The Owen Sound Attack and Barrie Colts are set to meet on Nick Suzuki Bobblehead Night at the Harry Lumley Bayshore Community Centre.
Slated for a 7:00pm puck drop on Wednesday, Jan. 31, the Highway 26 Rivals will meet for the 4th time in the 2017-18, with Owen Sound still in search of their first win in the season series.
And while the action on the ice has huge implications in the playoff race for both the Colts and the Attack, fans in attendance will be just as excited for what takes place prior to puck drop.
Made possible by Lerner's Personal Injury Lawyers and Bertrand & Muzzell Paralegal Services, the first 900 fans to enter the Bayshore on Wednesday night will receive an exclusive Nick Suzuki Bobblehead.
The Bobbleheads, which depict Suzuki celebrating a goal, will be evenly distributed to all entrances to the arena and fans will be able to pick them up when doors open at 6:00pm.
On the ice, the Attack will hope Suzuki and his teammates will build on the momentum from their thrilling 2-1 win over the Guelph Storm in their last outing on Saturday, Jan. 27.
Sitting with a record of 20-19-2-5, good for 47 points and 4th in the Midwest Division, the Attack sit five points back of the Storm for 3rd in the division, but are only three back of the Windsor Spitfires who currently sit in 7th in the Western Conference.