THE RUMBLE BEES SHOW POTENTIAL AND PROMISE IN THEIR GRAND OPENING WEEKEND IN BC

THE FIRST WEEK: Inaugurating their season and franchise first-ever appearance, the Rumble Bees showed much promise and potential in a pair of home affairs at their home of The Rink Battle Creek, downtown in our town. Under the direction of Head Coach Clint Hagmaier, Battle Creek’s debuting FPHL (Federal Prospects Hockey League) professional hockey franchise completes its initial week with a record of 2(0-2-0), being outscored 13-4. The Rumble Bees are actually launching their fledgling campaign in the midst of an extended five-games’ homestand which will continue this upcoming weekend.

THE SECOND WEEK COMING UP: For the second weekend of their embryonic season, the Rumble Bees will guest East Divisional rivals, the Mentor Ice Breakers in a two-games home series this Friday night, November 1st and Saturday night, November 2nd with both performances set for 7:35 pm at The Rink Battle Creek. This upcoming weekend represents the starting point of four consecutive clashes to be waged and staged between the two newly-created inter-divisional adversaries with a trio of those having a Battle Creek backdrop.

PRIMO PROMOS: Featuring one of the premiere promotional calendars in minor pro hockey, the Rumble Bees organization will be presenting a pair of special nights this weekend as the hockey club broaches their most ambitious game schedule of the season in the month of November. Friday night has been designated as “269 NIGHT” with special discounts being offered, while Saturday night’s date will carry the community minded and civic-spirited theme of “Habitat for Humanity Night.” Battle Creek will play 13-games in November.