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2017 Queen City Roller Girls Season Schedule

The 2017 Queen City Roller Girls Season Schedule has been announced. Starting in January, the Roller Girls will have 18 bouts on the roster, ending in June. That means that fans will have an action packed winter at RiverWorks. With two travel teams, the Lake Effect Furies (ranked 31st in the world) and Subzero Sirens, and three home teams, the Alley Kats, Devil Dollies, and Suicidal Saucies, there’s plenty of action these days and plenty to cheer about. And we must not forget about the younger skaters who will soon rise through the ranks, the Queen City Junior Roller Girls. 

2017 Queen City Roller Girls Season Schedule:

1/7 (Sat, 2pm): We All Brawl Preseason Expo

1/20 (Fri, 7pm): Devil Dollies vs Alley Kats (Season Opener)

1/27 (Fri, 7pm): Subzero Sirens (Opponent TBA)

2/4 (Sat, 2pm): Suicidal Saucies vs Devil Dollies

2/12 (Sun, 2pm): Queen City Juniors (Opponent TBA)

2/24 (Fri, 7pm): Alley Kats vs Suicidal Saucies

3/3 (Fri, 7pm): Subzero Sirens (Opponent TBA)

3/12 (Sun, 3pm): Devil Dollies vs Suicidal Saucies

3/25 (Sat, 2pm): Lake Effect Furies (Opponent TBA)

4/2 (Sun, 2pm): Queen City Juniors (Opponent TBA)

4/14 (Fri, 7pm): Alley Kats vs Devil Dollies

4/22 (Sat, 7pm): Furies/Sirens Doubleheader (Opponent TBA)

4/28 (Fri, 7pm): Suicidal Saucies vs Alley Kats

5/6 (Sat, 7pm): Furies/Sirens Doubleheader (Opponent TBA)

5/12 (Fri, 7pm): QCRG Playoffs (2 v 3)

5/20 (Sat, 2pm): Furies/Sirens Doubleheader vs Ohio Roller Girls

6/2 (Fri, 7pm): QCRG Cup Championship

6/11 (Sun, 2pm): Subzero Sirens (Opponent TBA)

Individual game and season ticket packages are available online for purchase through our new ticket vendor, Brown Paper Tickets. A complete review of available ticket options and prices are available online here.

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