Chase Stevenson and the West Kelowna Warriors will Sept. 20 and 21 at the annual showcase event. -Image: Ken Reid/Greystoke Photography

Warriors to play two at BCHL Showcase

West Kelowna, with an 8-2 record at previous showcases, to face Coquitlam and Cowichan

Historically, the West Kelowna Warriors have played well at the Bauer BCHL Showcase.

Rylan Ferster’s club hopes the trend will continue in 2017 with two games this September at Prospera Centre in Chilliwack.

The Warriors will play the Mainland Division’s Coquitlam Express on Wednesday, Sept. 20, followed by the Island Division’s Cowichan Valley Capitals on Thursday, Sept. 21.

The Warriors went a combined 4-1-0 against the two teams during the 2016-17 regular season.

West Kelowna has won eight of 10 games at past BCHL Showcase events, including their last six in a row.

For the Bauer BCHL Showcase schedule and more information on the event in Chilliwack, click here. go to bchl.ca.

Warriors open vs Trail…

The Warriors will kick off the BCHL regular season with a home-and-home set against an Interior Division rival.

West Kelowna will visit the Trail Smoke Eaters on opening night, Friday, Sept. 8. The Warriors will then host their home opener against the Smokies the following night, Saturday, Sept. 9.

Season tickets for the upcoming 2017-18 Warriors season are now available, along with news of the brand-new booster club. For more information, visit the Warriors office or contact Kim or Alex at (250) 769-7051.

The Warriors are also in need of billet families for the 2017-18 season. For more information on how to become a billet family, contact Nicole Ellis at (250) 878-9110 or email her at nicole@westkelownawarriors.ca.

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