If you were looking forward to watching the first Grandview Comets home game in more than two years, you will have to wait a little bit longer.

The Comets were scheduled to host Whitewood on Saturday; however, Whitewood is unable to make the game. Due to this, Grandview is awarded the win and they're now 2-0. The team is off to Langenburg on Friday to play the Warriors. 

Following Friday's game, Grandview is in Rocanville next Friday and they're in Swan Valley next Saturday. Grandview's first home game is now set for Friday, December 2 when they welcome Rocanville to the GACC.

Around the league, the Swan Valley Axemen came from behind to win their first game. Trailing by four goals, Swan Valley had a furious comeback and completed it in a thrilling 10-9 shootout win against Langenburg. Carter Cockburn led all skaters with five points, three of which were goals. Josh Tripp scored twice in the third period and he scored the eventual shootout winner.