Monthly Archives: March 2012

Future look – Ambrose Firkus

I caught up with future Warrior Ambrose Firkus at his home in Irma, Alberta on Monday.  The 17 year-old is coming off a 47 point season (in 27 games) with the Lloydminster Midget ‘AAA’ Bobcats and has committed to Westside … Continue reading

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Year in Review

The season’s been over for a week now, so it’s about time I get some final thoughts up on the blog. For starters, I should reiterate that the Warriors organization really has been awesome to work with.  I’ve been around … Continue reading

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The final five

For the next three days, your votes could help West Kelowna become Kraft Hockeyville 2012. I’ve got a few more things to fire up on this blog, and I’ll take some time this weekend to get some work done. But … Continue reading

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Rylan’s report

I caught up with Coach Ferster at the rink today (Wed) and spoke with him about the 2011-12 season. I think it’s a pretty cool interview – and a somewhat informal glimpse into his first season behind the Westside bench. … Continue reading

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And the winner is…

The Warriors held their team banquet and awards ceremony on Monday night.  A good time was had by all, and below is a list of all winners.  Kudos to all. Best all around: Josh Monk & Shawn Hochhausen Top scorer: … Continue reading

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The curtain falls

After thinking for a little bit about what to write tonight, I’ve decided to simply focus on Saturday’s contest like any other day.  I’ll then take a few days, and at some point mid-week I’ll fire up more general thoughts … Continue reading

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Warriors fly higher

Westside sure is playing some good hockey to close out the season. After a brilliant 3-1 victory over Vernon in their last game, the Warriors brought their ‘A’ game once again on Friday, beating the Eagles 4-2 in Surrey. I … Continue reading

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