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Warriors take aim at CJHL’s top prize

The West Kelowna Warriors haveĀ been in uncharted waters for some time now but so far, it hasn’t bothered them. With the Fred Page Cup and Crescent Point Energy Western Canada Cup (WCC) titles in their bag already, this is the farthest into the postseason the franchise has ever gotten. Now, they’re set to face the […]

Williams wins way to WCC title, POW nod

West Kelowna Warriors goalie Keelan Williams has been named the BCHL Player of the Week for the week ending May 8, the league announced Monday. Williams got the keys to the starter’s role Tuesday versus the Portage Terriers and responded with a 3-2 overtime win and Game MVP after making 26 saves. The Calgary native […]

Warriors are WCC Champs

There were two chances for the West Kelowna Warriors to clinch a spot in the RBC Cup but they didn’t mess around with option No. 2. The Warriors scored a decisive 6-0 win over the Brooks Bandits Saturday night to claim the Crescent Point Energy Western Canada Cup and the first berth from the WCC […]

Mennear makes most of WCC action, earns POW

West Kelowna Warriors forward Brett Mennear has been named the BCHL Player of the Week for the week ending May 1, the league announced Tuesday. Mennear scored in both games the Warriors played to open the Crescent Point Energy Western Canada Cup on the weekend. The West Kelowna native tallied twice Saturday night in a […]

BCHL Finals: Game 2

The West Kelowna Warriors took a 2-0 series lead in the BCHL Finals after a 6-3 win in Chilliwack over the Chiefs Saturday night. With the game tied 3-3 after two periods, West Kelowna was able to score three times in the third to pull away. It was Jonathan Desbiens’ power-play goal – the Warriors’ […]

Rutigliano inks with Falcons

When Nick Rutigliano heads off to Bentley University to begin his NCAA hockey career, it will help to have plenty of familiar faces around. The West Kelowna Warriors defenceman in the third player on his team to commit to the Div. I program in Massachusetts. Also headed there are forwards Jonathan Desbiens and Brett Mennear. […]