BCHL releases 2013-14 schedule

West Kelowna Warriors home opener is Sept. 13 vs. Merritt in playoff rematch

The BCHL has released its regular-season schedule for the 2013-14 campaign.

The league announced its Bauer BCHL Showcase schedule earlier this month. That event runs Sept. 6 to 8 and those games are included in the regular-season schedule.

The first games after the Showcase will be Friday, Sept. 13 and the regular season concludes on Saturday, March 1.

West Kelowna plays Surrey on Friday September 6th to open the Showcase, and they wrap up the weekend playing Nanaimo on Saturday.

The Warriors home opener is Friday, September 13th versus Merritt. That rivalry should pick up where it left off after a great first round playoff series between the two teams in the 2013 playoffs.

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