The Cochrane Generals have released a statement via Twitter that they will be limiting the number of people allowed to come to tonight's game. "Due to the latest update by Alberta Health, we will be limiting the number of people allowed into the stands to 190 people. If you have traveled outside the country lately, are sick, or elderly, please stay home. Thanks for your understanding."

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Tonight in Cochrane is game four of the South Division finals for the Cochrane Generals versus the Okotoks Bisons series. Amid COVID-19 concerns, Rick Richards, the General Manager for the Cochrane Generals has released a short statement via the team’s Twitter.

Richards summarises that the series will continue to be played and that fans will have zero contact with the players. While the arena will be open for fans to come out and watch the game, Richards asks anyone who has recently traveled outside the country or is feeling ill to stay home tonight.

The series currently sits at two to one for the Bisons and the puck drop is at 8:00 pm tonight on home ice at the Cochrane Arena.