Matthew Greenfield and the West Kelowna Warriors have a three games to one lead in the BCHL final.

Warriors a step away from league title

West Kelowna takes 3-1 lead in BCHL final with overtime win over Chilliwack on Tuesday night

The West Kelowna Warriors are a victory away from their first ever B.C. Hockey League championship.

Jake LeBrun scored at 16:28 of overtime to push the Warriors to a 3-2 victory over the Chilliwack Chiefs Tuesday at Royal LePage Place in the Fred Page Cup final.

The Warriors lead the best-of-seven series 3-1 and will look to wrap up the title Friday in Chilliwack.

Rylan Yaremko and Kyle Marino also scored for the Warriors, while Matthew Greenfield made 34 saves in front of 1,227 fans at Royal LePage.

Game 6, if necessary, would be played Saturday night in West Kelowna.


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