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CANCELLED: Tonight's IceHogs Hog Talk Has Been Cancelled

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*In response to the NHL’s updated media policy and reflecting procedures established by the Chicago Blackhawks, tonight's IceHogs Bud Light Hog Talk and other team-related community events have been cancelled.*

ROCKFORD, Ill. – The Rockford IceHogs host their next episode of Bud Light Hog Talk on Tuesday, March 10 at the newly opened Skybox located inside the Indoor Sports Center at Mercyhealth Sportscore Two at 8800 E Riverside Blvd, Loves Park.

The one-hour show will run from 6-7 p.m. and features live interviews with head coach Derek King and two IceHogs players. Fans are invited to attend each free event to listen to the in-depth interviews, participate in Q&A sessions and sign up to win a variety of great prizes from the Hogs. IceHogs broadcaster Joey Zakrzewski will host each show and take requests for questions on social media prior to the segment.

This year’s event location, Skybox, features several new amenities for fans during this year's talk-show series. The sports bar’s headlining attraction is four floor-to-ceiling sports simulators, which allows fans to play 14 different sport simulations, including hockey, golf and football. Fans in attendance will have the opportunity to challenge the IceHogs players at Hog Talk on the sports simulator at each event.

Skybox, which is owned and operated by the Rockford Park District, also features a full-service menu and bar in a spacious, newly-opened facility.

For those unable to attend the show in-person, the broadcast will live stream here, courtesy of SportsFan Radio 1330, through and on the radio at SportsFan Radio 1330.

Below is the full 2019-20 schedule for Hog Talk. Please note: show times, dates and guests (once announced) are subject to change.

Hog Talk Dates:
Monday, Oct. 7 (Head Coach Derek King, Forward Kris Versteeg and Forward Matthew Highmore)
Tuesday, Nov. 12 (Derek King, Forwards Tyler and Dylan Sikura)
Monday, Dec. 2 (King, Defenseman Chad Krys and Forward Reese Johnson)
Monday, Jan. 6 (King and IceHogs Alum Oak Hewer)
Monday, Feb. 3 (King and IceHogs goalie Collin Delia and forward Nick Moutrey)
Tuesday, March 10 (King and IceHogs defensemen Joni Tuulola and Josh McArdle)
Monday, April 13 (TBD)