Well, the October schedule for the Lethbridge Hurricanes has come and gone and it will more than certainly be a month this team would rather forget.
The Canes went 0-13 during October and are trying to find a solution to getting out of this current rut. Lethbridge has played 16 games so far and are 2-13-0-1 on the season for only 5 points. Compare that to last season through the same amount of games and the Hurricanes were 7-6-0-3 for 17 points. That's a big difference. There are certainly more questions than answers with this team right now.
The Hurricanes will close out this 7 game home stand Wednesday (Nov. 2) when they host the Everett Silvertips. After that, it's on the road this weekend for games in Prince Albert Friday and Saskatoon Saturday. As I mentioned in a previous blog post, the Canes have 13 games in November, 7 at home and 6 on the road. The team is hoping to get a few injured played back in the line-up this week.
HURRICANES THIS WEEK
Our weekly Hurricanes radio show is back on the air tonight at 6:00 pm (MDT) on CJOC. We've brought back the Media Rountable to discuss this current losing skid and more. Paul Kingsmith from Global TV and Dylan Purcell from the Lethbridge Herald will join Fred and I at Average Joe's Sports Bar on 6th Street South for our Halloween edition of the program. Lots to talk about. Should be an interesting show.