Thursday Night Live presented by Subway to feature Dylan Wells, Dave and Scott Roche

(Peterborough, ON) – Edmonton Oilers prospect Dylan Wells will join Petes alumnus Dave Roche and his brother Scott, Head Coach of the Peterborough Minor Hockey Club’s (PMHC) U18 team, on this week’s Thursday Night Live (TNL) broadcast. To improve our fans’ experience, this week and moving forward, all TNL broadcasts will air at 8:00 pm on the Petes Facebook page.

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TNL Week 10 will focus on Wells’ experience being a member of the 2016 Pink in the Rink committee and his career path since departing from the Petes for professional hockey at the conclusion of the 2018 season.

The Roche brothers, both prominent coaches with local minor hockey clubs, plan to discuss the importance of service in the community and their goals as co-chairs for 2021 Pink in the Rink campaign. 

During TNL’s first intermission, the Petes will be providing fans the opportunity to refine their skills in the kitchen by introducing a new cooking segment with Chef Niall McDonald. McDonald is the owner and operator of Tapas N Tales and will be teaching fans at home how to make his famous mac and cheese brisket with a Petes twist. Ingredients for the dish can be accessed on the Petes Facebook page and website.  

Mac & Cheese brisket

This week’s second intermission musical guest will be the band Long Range Hustle. The independent rock group released their album Town in 2019, and toured across Canada and the United States sharing stages with The Arkells, The Glorious Sons, and Matt Mays. They are currently in pre-production for their next album.

Every Thursday Petes fans are encouraged to tune in to the Peterborough Petes Facebook page for TNL. 

Each episode of TNL features an exclusive Q&A with special celebrity guests, a musical performance, cooking segments, and merchandise offers.

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