Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League

Puck n’ Funny Comedy Night

Nipawin Hawks Comedy Show is coming up on Saturday, February 8th at the White Fox Community Centre. Doors Open at 6pm – Cocktails – 6 – 7pm, Supper – 7pm & Comedy Show starts at 8pm.  Advance Tickets are only $40.  For tickets, please call Bren at the Hawks Business Office 306-862-2748 or stop by Buddha’s Bait Shop in White Fox.  Tickets must be purchased by Monday, February 3rd.

Puck n’ Funny Line-up


In yet another case of professional drummer turned comedian, Matt Foster has thrown down his sticks to take up the call of the microphone, giving ‘drummer jokes’ a whole new meaning. With over fifteen years of performance experience, and performing for thousands of people every night on cruise ships, he is at home nowhere if not on stage. In a relatively short time Matt has established himself as a seriously funny comedian, performing on stages all around western Canada. A regular crowd favourite, his hilarious observations, clever writing, and anecdotes embarrassing enough to make a stone squirm are sure to have you rolling in the aisles.

OPENING ACT: Benjamin Bauce

Ben Bauce is an Alberta child of the 80’s who has called Saskatoon home for the last 10 years. His blue collar attitude and bro out style will keep your ribs jiggling. After 20 years in construction this down to earth single dad has been laying it down for audiences all across Western Canada including Edmonton Calgary, Regina, Kelowna and Flin Flon. Recently working as an opener for Kelly Taylor, Casey Corbin, Matthew Murray and Myles Morrison ripping up comedy clubs, school gymnasiums and the like.

HEADLINER: Mike Dambra

Mike Dambra is the “Smart-Ass” King of comedy! If you’re a comedy fan, and you haven’t seen Mike yet, you’re in for a treat. Celebrating over 25 years in the business, Mike has become a comedy staple and a club favorite across both the United States and Canada. Armed with the ability to adapt to, and interact with any audience, Mike offers up some brutal truths, some unforgiving views, and more than the recommended dose of laughs per minute. Mike has toured with such acts as Rosie O’Donnell, Adam Sandler, Chris Rock and Howie Mandel. He’s also opened for Michael Bolton, Joan Jett, Leon Redbone and even the Jerry Springer Show. In 1987 and 1997 Mike claimed the “funniest Person in Rochester ” title. The Calgary Sun says: “Brush up on your sit-ups before you see this show, otherwise your stomach muscles will hurt the next day…” He has since earned rave reviews in every venue he’s played in two countries.

C’mon, sit down front, we dare you!