Due to bad weather, the Oshawa Generals were not able to make it into Owen Sound for their scheduled OHL matchup with the Attack last evening.
The game has been rescheduled for tonight at 6 o'clock at the Lumley Bayshore.
The Attack will be without star centre Joey Hishon.
Hishon has been suspended for 6 games by the OHL for a third period incident in St. Catherine's against the Niagara Ice Dogs on Thursday.
Hishon leads the Attack with 34 goals and 79 points in 46 games.
For his part -- Ice Dogs coach Marty Williamson received a 5 game suspension for his outburst on the bench.
Before tonights game -- the Attack will honour former Platers Captain Kirk Maltby.
A banner will be raised to the rafters of the Harry Lumley Bayshore Community Centre in honour of the four time Stanley Cup champion.
Maltby played three seasons in Owen Sound from 1989 to 1992 and finished his OHL career with 96 goals and 184 points in 191 games.
Game time is 6 PM Sunday at the Lumley Bayshore.