Friday’s are Giants hockey night at Langley Events Centre

Langley's major junior hockey club will play 13 of its 36 home games on Friday nights

Friday nights will be the busiest night for the Vancouver Giants at the Langley Events Centre.

Friday nights will be the busiest night for the Vancouver Giants at the Langley Events Centre.

Friday night will be hockey night at the Langley Events Centre.

The Vancouver Giants released their 2016/17 Western Hockey League regular season schedule and 13 of the major junior hockey club’s 36 home games will be on Friday nights.

The first of those contests is the team’s season opener, Sept. 23 against the Everett Silvertips.

Their home finale will be March 18.

The Giants have eight Saturday night home games and three Sunday games.

They also have five games on Thursdays, four on Wednesdays, two Mondays and one Thursday.

Game times will be 7 p.m. except for Fridays (7:30 p.m.) and Sundays (4 p.m.).

This is the Giants first season at the LEC after spending the previous 15 years at the Pacific Coliseum.

To see the team’s full schedule, click here.

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