Owen Sound Attack are on the road, but tons of local hockey in Grey Bruce this weekend.
There's any number of options for hockey fans this weekend.
Yes, the Owen Sound Attack of the OHL are out of town, but the usual lineup of Pollock Division Junior, WOAA Senior Hockey plus Girls & Boys Minor Hockey is on the agenda.
Plus, here's a really neat Friday night option, although getting a seat or standing room might be difficult.
This evening at the Chesley Arena, the Arran-Elderslie IceDog PeeWees will face the Chatsworth Rebels in a game designed to support the family of Brooklyn Hutton as Brooklyn deals with cancer.
The initial concept of a hockey game and bake sale that arose some 2 weeks ago has escalated quickly and many times over thanks to many people.
The Bake Sale grew into raffle, then morphed into a live auction as well.
The Bruce Labour Council stepped up to pay for the ice time rental, the referees donated their fees and our parliamentarians, Larry Miller and Bill Walker, confirmed they'll conduct the auction.
The students at Brooklyn Hutton's school are set to sing O'Canada tonight and as the ball rolled, the organizers aren't really sure the Chesley Arena, which is a good size with the adjacent halls and venues, will be able to hold everybody who wants to be on hand to support the initiative.
The game tonight between the IceDogs and Rebels is set for 6pm tonight in Chesley.
Have a great weekend.