Connor Sodergren and the West Kelowna Warriors will visit Latrell Charleson and the rival Vernon Vipers in BCHL action Friday.

Warriors visit Okanagan rivals Friday

West Kelowna visits Vernon Vipers in fourth meeting of BCHL season

The West Kelowna Warriors look to run their BCHL winning streak to four games Friday when they visit the Vernon Vipers. Face off at Kal Tire Place is 7 p.m.

The Warriors have beaten their north Okanagan rivals in all three meetings this season.

On Saturday night, West Kelowna will be home to take on the Chilliwack Chiefs.

Puck drop at Royal LePage Place is 7 p.m.

The Warriors (26-15-2-0) sit second in the Interior Division, one point ahead of the Salmon Arm Silverbacks.

Ex-Warriors nominated…

Three former West Kelowna Warriors are among 11 ex-BCHL players who are up for the 2016 Hobey Baker Memorial Award—Max French (Bentley), Kevin Boyle (UMass-Lowell) and Jordan Masters (Arizona State).

Sixty-six players from NCAA programs are on the final list, with voting open to fans via the Hobey Baker Facebook page.

 

 

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