Minor hockey night when Chiefs host Warriors

The Chilliwack Chiefs will look to pack Prospera Centre's stands with young hockey players when they take on West Kelowna.

January 26 will be Minor Hockey Night as the Chilliwack Chiefs take on the West Kelowna Warriors.

Game time is 5 p.m. and any minor hockey player wearing their jersey to the game gets in free.

Tickets can be ordered in advance using an online form at cmha.goalline.ca.

Adults and children accompanying CMHA players are eligible for discounted ticket rates ($10 and $7) if the form is submitted by 4 p.m. on Jan. 24. Completed forms can be faxed the Chiefs office at 604-392-1035 or emailed to andrea@chilliwackchiefs.net.

Free tickets for minor hockey players are still available on the night of the game, but the discounted ticket rates are not.

Players will be able to get on the ice after the game for a skate with the Chiefs.

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