Warriors home Friday; in Salmon Arm Saturday

West Kelowna will host Penticton on Friday night at Royal LePage Place

The West Kelowna Warriors will host the Penticton Vees on Friday night with a chance to do something that no other team has been able to do since opening night of the BCHL season.

The Warriors can snap the Vees 20-game winning streak on Friday when they play host to Penticton at Royal LePage Place.

After dropping the first game of the season to Salmon Arm, Penticton has rattled off 20 straight wins, including three against the Warriors.

At 20-1-0-0, Penticton has a sizable lead atop the BCHL standings, 11 points clear of its nearest competitor, Salmon Arm.

The Warriors meanwhile have won five of their past six to improve to 12-6-0-2 on the season, good enough for third place in the BCHL Interior Division.

Game time is 7 p.m. from Royal LePage Place.

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