Jets to return to full capacity at Canada Life Centre on Wednesday

Winnipeg Jets players and fans celebrate Mark Scheifele’s (55) game winning goal against the Los Angeles Kings during overtime NHL action in Winnipeg on Saturday, November 13, 2021. (John Woods/THE CANADIAN PRESS)

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The Winnipeg Jets will return to 100 per cent capacity for all home games at Canada Life Centre, starting with Wednesday's contest against the Minnesota Wild.

Winnipeg made the announcement Saturday on social media.

Canada Life Centre has a capacity crowd of 15,321 fans for Jets games.

The Calgary Flames will remain at 50 per cent capacity for home games at the Scotiabank Saddledome at least until the end of the month, but the club announced earlier this week patrons will no longer have to show proof of vaccination against COVID-19. Patrons are still required to wear face masks at all times unless actively eating or drinking. Children aged 12 and under will not have to wear masks while attending games starting Monday.

Revised capacity limits and restrictions for other provinces have yet to be announced.

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