Every Child Matters game hosted by Calgary’s WHL squad postponed until March 

By Sam Laskaris  Local Journalism Initiative Reporter The ongoing pandemic has pushed back an Every Child Matters game that the Calgary Hitmen of the Western Hockey League (WHL) were planning to stage this weekend. The Hitmen were originally scheduled to host their game on Saturday, Jan. 15 against the Prince Albert Raiders. While that WHL contest is expected to still go ahead as planned, the Calgary squad is now planning to host its Every Child Matters match on March 27. Due to rising COVID cases throughout Alberta, Rob Kerr, the Hitmen manager of business operations, said it made sense to postpone the Every Child Matters outing until late March. “We hope by then we’ll be out of the current surge and that we can host the game under normal circumstances,”…

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