In an official league game, the Fort Saskatchewan Major Midget AAA Rangers will be facing off with the nation's best female hockey players.
On October 12, at 7:00 p.m., the Rangers will be looking to pack the JRC for a once-in-a-lifetime event.
"We're really hoping to not just have a bunch of other hockey kids out there but to also have the communities support," said Rebecca Gustafson, Midget AAA's director.
Before the game, there will be a tailgate event with the Fort High Band performing, along with other food and entertainment.
The Rangers will most likely be without Kirby Dach this season, but Gustafson did add the team is looking pretty strong.
In 2013, the Fort won 3-2 over the Canadian women's Olympic squad.

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