Chilliwack Chiefs hit the ice for training camp

The BCHL team hosts the Royal Bank Cup this year and hosts Langley in exhibition action Sunday

Training camp for the Chilliwack Chiefs started today (Friday) and the junior A team jumps into exhibition action right away with a Sunday afternoon home game at Prospera Centre vs the Langley Rivermen, starting at 2 p.m.

The Chiefs travel to Hope for their second preseason tilt, facing the Coquitlam Express Tuesday night at the Hope Recreation Centre, with a 7 p.m. puck drop.

Tickets for both games are $7 each.

Training camp sessions are open to the public.

The team is on the ice Saturday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Chilliwack is on the road for two exhibition games next week, visiting Merritt Sept. 1 and Surrey Sept. 2.

The Merritt game will be available to watch on pay per view online at bchl.hockeytv.com

Chilliwack bounces into regular season play Sept. 8 and 9, playing back to back road games vs the Prince George Spruce Kings.

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