Three games on Shaw

The Chilliwack Bruins are on Shaw Cable three times this season, and for a change, none of the games include the Vancouver Giants.

On Oct. 27 the Bruins are at Rexall Place in Edmonton to take on the Oil Kings.

That game will be televised nationally with a 7 p.m. PST start time.

On Feb. 11, the Bruins hit the Coquihalla, travelling to Kelowna to face the Rockets. By that point, the game may have large implications in playoff positioning, and it will be seen at 7 p.m. PST.

The Shaw cameras roll into Prospera Centre once, as the Bruins host the Lethbridge Hurricanes on Mar. 2.

In total, 30 Western Hockey League games appear on the schedule.

Shaw broadcasts will feature the play-by-play of Dan Russell with analysis from Bill Wilms.

See www.whl.ca for the full schedule.

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