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West Kelowna Warriors schedule released

BCHL action restarts on the Westside September 6

The hockey season is quickly returning to West Kelowna.

The West Kelowna Warriors will return to the ice on Sept. 6 when the 2019-2020 season starts up. The Warriors open the season hosting one of their biggest rivals, the Vernon Vipers.

West Kelowna has had a busy and controversial off-season with new players coming in, older players going on to universities, and a pending law suit involving the previous Warriors’ head coach.

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West Kelowna looks to improve from last season’s playoff run where the were bounced out in the first round by Wenatchee.

The Warriors get a shot at early revenge against the Wild in the second game of the season when Wenatchee visits Royal LePage.

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