Monthly Archives: January 2012

Snakes choke Warriors out

The Vipers were asphyxiating and the Warriors had no spark in Vernon’s 4-1 win on Friday night. From the outset of the game, the Vipers were setting the tempo and had much more puck possession that Westside did. The Warriors … Continue reading

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Wednesday win

Here are the highlights from Wednesday’s 5-2 victory over Chilliwack. Interviews with Max French and Coach Ferster.

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Westside on a mission

Westside and Chilliwack went to war on Wednesday night – once again.  And after a great day off the ice and a great showing from the Warriors organization, the Tribe put together a great day on the ice, and beat … Continue reading

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Who are you?

On the player profiles page of this blog, I’ve now uploaded new profiles with Seb Lloyd, Dwayne Rodrigue, and Devon Hascarl.

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Vipers constricted

These are highlights from SATURDAY’S home victory over Vernon. Includes post-game interviews with Reid Simmonds and Rylan Ferster. Thanks to Jason Woodford as always for compiling these.

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A hard-fought point

I was very impressed with Westside’s effort on Sunday evening in Chilliwack.  This was a physical and demanding hockey game against a team that doesn’t give you an inch of free ice, but the Tribe persevered and came away with … Continue reading

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Warriors take nailbiter against Vernon

It was a tale of two games on Saturday, as the Warriors dueled division-rival Vernon. For the first two periods, I thought that Westside carried the play, and generated much more in the way of scoring chances and offensive zone … Continue reading

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Vees smother Westside

The Warriors worked hard on Friday night, and had a decent showing 5-on-5, but in the end proved no match for the Penticton Vees. Did the Warriors play as well as they could have?  Certainly not.  The powerplay, for one … Continue reading

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Re-alignment announced

For a full rundown on the changes announced by the BCHL today, view the press release at the league’s website. But the major changes are as follows: -The schedule will be 56 games next year, rather than 60 – dates … Continue reading

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Cents stifle Tribe

Wednesday’s game in Merritt may have lacked goals, but it was still an exciting and engaging hockey game, another one perhaps defined by the small confines of the Nicola Valley Arena. I thought the Centennials jumped out of the gate … Continue reading

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