Monthly Archives: October 2012

OT in PG

Saturday’s tilt in Prince George was one of those contests in which overtime seemed fitting.  Too close to call, and not much to pick from between the two clubs. Maybe that’s a good thing for the Warrriors, considering the guys … Continue reading

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Pen strikes again

Despite the 4-1 scoreline, I actually thought the Warriors had a very solid effort in Penticton on Friday. It was a fast-paced game, but one that didn’t seem to have the same intensity as the three previous meetings.  There weren’t … Continue reading

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Thin up front

A very tough weekend gets even tougher for the Warriors.  Having yet to beat the league-leading Vees, the Warriors head to Penticton looking for some revenge and needing to make a statement.  After that, the teams hops right on the … Continue reading

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Camp with me

David Pope and Seb Lloyd have been invited to the evaluation camp for team Canada West for the upcoming World Junior ‘A’ Challenge in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. It’s obviously just a camp invite, and those two will have to really … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s highlights

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Warriors falter in ‘School Game’

This was a tough game to lose for the Warriors. A packed barn (1345 screaming youngsters), and another absolute nail-biter against the Vees.  It was an overtime game, and one that either team probably could have won. However, in my … Continue reading

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A Rumble in the Jungle ©

The Warriors were in a great mood on the way home from Salmon Arm on Saturday, and rightly so. Battles like this are great for team morale and bonding.   They give a group the opportunity to stick up for one … Continue reading

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