Minor hockey playoffs coming up

Kelowna Minor Hockey rep hockey teams are either wrapping up their regular seasons, enjoying a bye weekend or beginning the first round of playoffs as the Okanagan Mainline Amateur Hockey Association season winds toward the playoffs.

Kelowna Minor Hockey rep hockey teams are either wrapping up their regular seasons, enjoying a bye weekend or beginning the first round of playoffs as the Okanagan Mainline Amateur Hockey Association season winds toward the playoffs.

Thanks to a 14-3-3 record the Kelowna midget Tier 1 team has a bye in the first round of the midget Tier 1 playoffs. Vernon and Kamloops are meeting in a first round series that begins this weekend.

At the peewee level the Kelowna Tier 1 team was undefeated in OMAHA play this season with a 14-0-1 record. This weekend they begin play against Vernon in the first round of the pee wee Tier 1 playoffs.

Game one was Friday night and game two is Sunday in Vernon. A potential third game would be Feb. 18.

Kelowna’s bantam Tier 1 team (see story) is awaiting a second round match-up with West Kelowna in two weeks. Penticton and Vernon will meet this weekend in the bantam Tier 1 first round of the playoffs.

In the midget female league the regular season will wrap up this weekend. Kelowna’s midget girls are 8-6-1 so far this season and will close its regular season schedule with a game against Salmon Arm.

Schedules for the rest of the minor hockey leagues are posted at www.omaha.ca and can be found there.

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