The Wolverines moved to 1-1 on the season with a one-goal win Thursday in Minnesota.
Jokiel, who came to Alaska from Germany, changed the landscape of Anchorage hockey.
Talon Sigurdson notched a hat trick for Anchorage in the 4-3 loss.
The Wolverines will play four games in Blaine, Minnesota, a short drive from Rochester, where coach Mike Aikens is from and where his wife and 16-year-old daughter still live.
The first-year North American Hockey League franchise stayed even in the first and third periods but gave up five unanswered goals in between.
The games are Sunday and Monday at 5:07 p.m.
The Seawolves hockey team was put on the chopping block nearly a year ago because of University of Alaska budget cuts.
Another $150,000 will meet the $3 million needed to save the Seawolves.
The puck drops at 7:07 p.m. at the Royal Business Systems Ice Center on O’Malley Centre Drive.
Among those being inducted in the Saturday ceremony is Steve MacSwain, a prolific scorer who was the first Alaskan drafted by an NHL team.
As of Tuesday, the Save Seawolf Hockey campaign had raised $2.6 million of the $3 million needed to save the program.
The first-year franchise is confident it can thrive in Anchorage as it joins the Fairbanks Ice Dogs and Kenai River Brown Bears in the NAHL this season.
Bryant Marks is one of three goalies on USA Hockey’s 23-man roster for an August tournament in Slovakia and the Czech Republic.
Curley spent three seasons with the Seawolves before moving on from UAA’s uncertain situation.
Curley was with the team for three years, but the Seawolves only played two seasons during that span.
The Wolverines are Alaska’s third team in the North American Hockey League.
Postponed and shortened by COVID-19, the high school season ended in dramatic fashion.
The Wolves, who played two overtime games earlier in the week, shut out the Service Cougars 5-0.
The victory advances the Lynx to Saturday’s Cook Inlet Conference championship game.