Surge fans will not have the option to celebrate the new year at SaskTel Center.
The National Lacrosse League (NLL) reported every one of the three games planned during the current week have been deferred, including the Saskatchewan Rush’s home game against the San Diego Seals on New Year’s Eve.
“We feel it is to the greatest advantage of all to reschedule the three games we have this coming end of the week until some other time in the season,” the NLL wrote in an assertion Monday.
“We do this because of a bounty of alert, which will keep the serious equilibrium of our association set up while ensuring that our main need is, and consistently will be, the wellbeing and security of our competitors, our mentors, our staff, and our fans,” the NLL said, taking note of it had been in contact with authorities on the two sides of the boundary.
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The other two games impacted are Thursday’s down between the Halifax Thunderbirds and Calgary Roughnecks, and Friday’s down between the New York Riptide and Colorado Mammoth in Denver.
The association said it hopes to play week six of the period on Jan. 7 to 8, yet noticed it’s a “liquid and complex circumstance.”
All tickets and suites for the Dec. 31 game will be substantial for the rescheduled game, as indicated by Rush authorities.
Surge has 15 games staying on its 2021-22 timetable, including eight games at Saskatoon’s SaskTel Center.
The group entered the occasion break later a tight 10-9 win over the Vancouver Warriors on Dec. 17.