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Oil Caps Set to Host Swan Valley Stampeders Friday Night

Dear Oil Caps Fans, and Season Ticket Holders,

Due to the recent public health announcement that Prairie Mountain Health has moved into level orange of the pandemic response system, the MJHL has activated the necessary protocols outlined in the league’s return to play document to help keep our players, team staff, volunteers and fans safe.

As of Monday November 2, spectator attendance at all MJHL games outside of the city of Winnipeg, will be reduced to 25% of facility capacity.  All games are still restricted to just season ticket holders and these ticket holders will be required to register for each home game by calling the Oil Caps office so that we can track attendance numbers.  Registration must take place prior to 12 noon on each game day. 

We also kindly ask season ticket holders not to give away or sell their tickets to anyone outside of their immediate household.  This will allow us to maintain the seating plan that we have put in place in our facility to make sure our spectators can follow social distance protocols and attend our games safely.

There has been a schedule change for this weekend following the postponement of the games against the OCN Blizzard and now the Swan Valley Stampeders will now come to Tundra Oil and Gas Place for a game on Friday November 6th at 7:30 pm.  This will be the only game on the schedule for the Oil Caps this weekend. Once registered, season ticket holders will use the March 5th ticket in their season ticket package for admission to the game this Friday.

We would like to thank all our business partners, community members and fans for supporting us through this time.  We are very appreciative, and along with the MJHL, we will continue to do everything we can to keep our fan base, players, staff, billet families and volunteers safe.