Trail, British Columbia (November 18th, 2021) – The Trail Smoke Eaters have announced a schedule change this weekend due to the road closures and flooding on BC’s coast.
The Smoke Eaters, originally scheduled to play Coquitlam, Nanaimo and Powell River this weekend, have had to cancel those games because of road closures between Trail and the lower mainland. With the schedule changes the Smoke Eaters have coordinated a game this weekend with their closest opponent the Cranbrook Bucks for Saturday, November 20th in Cranbrook, that the league has approved. The Bucks were scheduled to play the Chilliwack Chiefs but they are unable to make the trip.
A time for if and when these games will be rescheduled will be determined at a later date.
The game will be broadcasted on BCHL TV and on the Smoke Eaters Mixlr starting ten minutes before puck drop.
The Smoke Eaters also want to wish those affected by the flooding, evacuations and various road closures all the best and thank the tireless efforts of emergency crews and volunteers in the area for their continued work.