Monthly Archives: March 2013

Penticton holds serve

Saturday’s game two was an impressive hockey game to watch – particularly if you are a fan of the Penticton Vees. The Warriors didn’t play a bad hockey game whatsoever.  Tyler Briggs struggled to some extent, the discipline wasn’t perfect, … Continue reading

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Vees claim game one

Game one of the Interior Final was a weird affair.  The contest featured crazy momentum swings and a wild start and finish.  But there were also some flat moments and sloppy play, weird goals, and unexpected misses. At the end … Continue reading

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Interior final preview

There’s something missing at Royal LePage Place.  Something that a serious home of Junior Hockey needs, and West Kelowna just doesn’t have. A banner. The Warriors moved to West Kelowna in 2006.  They’ve been a darn good team that whole … Continue reading

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Game five highlights

I also grill Rylan Ferster and Max French.

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Warriors knock off Cents

Max French notched a hat-trick as West Kelowna beat Merritt 7-4 on Thursday to advance to the Interior Conference final. Game five ended up being lop-sided, but I actually felt like this was another one that was closer than the … Continue reading

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Briggs stars again as Warriors steal game four

Game four is always a big swing game in a best-of-seven, and the Warriors accomplished their goal when they snuck out of Merritt with a 3-2 triumph on Tuesday evening. Not that it was easy. I’d say that Merritt was … Continue reading

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Cents battle back

It’s series on, after the Centennials hung on to beat West Kelowna 4-3 in game three on Monday. This was a rough and hard-fought playoff game, but perhaps that little bit more by the Cents. The Warriors got the first … Continue reading

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Game two highlights

Thanks as always to Jason Woodford and the Crosswood Productions crew.

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Warriors hold serve on Monk’s OT winner

This series didn’t really get going until game two, and it promises to get even better. But the Centennials were way better, and things tightened way up on Saturday.  In the end, round two turned into a total nailbiter, with … Continue reading

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Game one highlights

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