Warriors host Salmon Arm Friday

The Westside Warriors are back on home ice this weekend after a three game stretch on the road as the B.C. Hockey League season nears its final month of play prior to the playoffs.

The Westside Warriors are back on home ice this weekend after a three game stretch on the road as the B.C. Hockey League season nears its final month of play prior to the playoffs.

The Warriors will close out the month of January by hosting Salmon Arm Friday night and Quesnel on Saturday.

The Warriors split a pair of road games last weekend, winning 6-3 over the Silverbacks at the Sunwave Centre in Salmon Arm. Alex Grieve had a pair of goals while Quinn Gould, Tyler Krause, Grayson Downing and Tyler Brickler also scored for Westside.

The Warriors then travelled to Langley on Saturday and dropped a 5-3 decision. Downing, Brickler and Dru Morrison had the goals in a losing cause.

The Warriors closed out the three game road trip in Prince George on Tuesday night. Details were unavailable as of the Capital News press time.

Prior to Tuesday’s clash in Prince George, the Warriors sat in fifth place in the BCHL Interior Conference with a 25-18-2-3 record.

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