Rampage’s full schedule released

The Rupert Rampage have released their full home and away schedule for the 2016-2017 season.

The Rupert Rampage have released their full home and away schedule for the 2016-2017 season.

The schedule consists of eight home games and eight away games. The rhinos will play two back-to-back games this winter. On Nov. 26, they play in Williams Lake against the Stampeders and then travel to Quesnel the next day to take on the Kangaroos.

The double weekend will happen again Jan. 6 to 7. The Rampage will take on the Ice Demons in Kitimat on Friday night and then host them on Saturday night.

All together, the Rampage will play the Ice Demons four times, including the home opener on Oct. 1. They will also play the Terrace River Kings four times, the Kangaroos twice, the Smithers Steelheads four times and the Stampeders twice.

Another highlight will be hosting the River Kings on Oct. 15. The Terrace team beat the Rampage in the first round of the playoffs and went on to win the CIHL playoffs. They ultimately fell to the Fort St. John Flyers in the Coy Cup finals.

Rupert Rampage Complete Schedule:

Saturday, Oct. 1: vs Kitimat Ice Demons @ 7 p.m.

• Saturday, Oct. 8: @ Terrace River Kings @ 8 p.m.

• Saturday, Oct. 15: vs Terrace River Kings @ 7 p.m.

• Saturday, Oct. 29: @ Smithers Steelheads @ 8 p.m.

• Saturday, Nov. 5: vs Quesnel Kangaroos @ 7 p.m.

• Saturday, Nov. 12: @ Kitimat Ice Demons @ 8 p.m.

• Saturday, Nov. 19: vs Terrace River Kings @ 7 p.m.

• Saturday, Nov. 26: @ Williams Lake Stampeders @ 8 p.m.

• Sunday, Nov. 27: @ Quesnel Kangaroos @ 8 p.m.

• Saturday, Dec. 3: @ Terrace River Kings @ 8 p.m.

• Saturday, Dec. 10: vs Smithers Steelheads @ 7 p.m.

• Friday, Jan. 6: @ Kitimat Ice Demons @ 8 p.m.

• Saturday, Jan. 7: vs Kitimat Ice Demons @ 7 p.m.

• Saturday, Jan. 14: vs Williams Lake Stampeders @ 7 p.m.

• Saturday, Jan. 21: vs Smithers Steelheads @ 7 p.m.

• Saturday, Jan. 28: @ Smithers Steelheads @ 8 p.m.

 

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