A familiar face is heading back to town.
It's been coined the extravaganza weekend.
The Central Plains Capitals female midget hockey club may not have won a game while in Saskatchewan over the weekend, but they did have seven players find the back of the net for a combined 10 goals in three games, something they struggled with all of last season.
The Portage Terriers enter the 2017/18 campaign as the No. 1 ranked team in the province.
A lot of uncertainty surrounds the Central Plains Capitals roster ahead of the 2017/18 Manitoba Midget AAA Hockey League (MMAAAHL) season.
Hockey season is officially back.
The ladies will get an early look on how they measure up against competition with the start of the Manitoba Female Midget Hockey League regular season looming.
With a large core of last year's championship winning squad set to return, roster spots are few and far between for Terrier freshmen hoping to suit up at the Manitoba Junior Hockey League (MJHL) level this season.
A vacated spot on the Terriers’ blueline will be up for grabs as training camp opens later this week.