Huskies owner Paul Wilson is welcoming the public to come out and watch the Haliburton County Huskies.
“Come out and see really good hockey. Anybody that comes is thrilled and they usually come back. So, if you’ve not been here, make sure you come and watch a game,” he said.
He noted with last year’s health safety measures limiting available seating to 50 per cent at the S.G. Nesbitt Memorial Arena there were many sellouts.
Don’t worry about [sell outs] you’ll get a seat,” he said.
He’s high on the team and new signings such as Ty Collins, who played in the Ontario Hockey League.
“I’m happy with the team, and we’re still working on some other deals too. So, all these teams get better each year, as the OHL players become available. So, we’re always looking, but I’m pretty happy with the team we got right now,” he said.
He was excited for the start of the season since the team was listed in the top five of teams among all the Canadian Junior Hockey League for the pre-season.
Wilson believes the team is going to go on a long post-season run.