Rage look to remain flawless at home as Monsters pay a visit

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The Rage take to the ice tonight at 7 p.m. to open an important series against a divisional opponent. Fresno currently sits two points up on the Rage in the West division of the North American Hockey League. The teams will play again on Saturday evening at the same time.

The Rage were impressive in their home-opening series against the Minot Minotauros, taking both games in convincing fashion. The team now sits with a record of three wins and three losses following the four games it played in Blaine, Minnesota, in the NAHL Showcase Tournament to open the regular season.

The Monsters were just that during the Showcase Tournament, outscoring opponents 17 to 10 to remain unbeaten in the regular season.

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Tickets for both games this weekend can be purchased at the Tiger Box Office Plus inside the EnCana Events Centre, or online through www.dawsoncreekeventscentre.com.

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