Toni Will of the Kalamazoo Wings talks about what to expect with the new hockey season beginning soon.

Here's what we know for sure.  The puck drops for the K-Wings on January 15th, 2021 for the first time since March of 2019.  This season the K-Wings will play 62 games instead of the normal 72.  Only losing 10 games this season during the Covid-19 pandemic isn't too bad.  Toni tells us however, that they're still waiting on an actual schedule from the ECHL.

Occupancy is cut down to 10% until Covid-19 cases clear up.  For right now, games will be limited to the season ticket holders.  If you're not a season ticket holder but want to go to a K-Wings game this year you can get on a waiting list.  When season ticket holders can't attend a game, those seats open up.  Get more info by clicking here.

The 2019-2020 season wasn't the most memorable as the K-Wings finished with a 23W-30L record.  However, they did break a Guinness World Record for the biggest light saber battle.  More info on that in the interview above.  Last season was cut short to only 61 games due to the Covid-19 pandemic.  The 2021 Kalamazoo Wings season will run from January 15th through June 6th.  Check out the full press release announcing the new season by clicking here.

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