Warriors home to Trail Tuesday

West Kelowna coming off two wins in three BCHL road games

The West Kelowna Warriors will play host to the Trail Smoke Eaters night in BCHL action. Face off at Royal LePage Place is 7 p.m.

On Friday, the Warriors will be home to the Cowichan Valley Capitals. The Warriors won the previous meeting between the two teams, 2-1 on Sept. 26 during the league’s showcase weekend in Chilliwack.

Then on Saturday, West Kelowna will visit the Merritt Centennials.

The Warriors were coming off weekend road trip which saw them win two of three games.

Rylan Ferster’s squad won 4-3 on Thursday in Wenatchee, then beat the Eagles 6-4 Friday in Surrey. Connor Sodergren led the Warriors on Friday with a goal and two assists.

On Saturday, the Langley Rivermen downed the visiting Warriors 4-2.

Liam Blackburn had a goal and three assists over the weekend to push his season total to 36 points (12-24).





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