The Kamloops Blazers and Spokane Chiefs will meet for the final time during the Western Hockey League regular season in 30 minutes at the Arena. Kamloops has won two of the three previous meetings between the teams. The home time has won every time and each game has been decided by three or more goals. The Blazers have won 11 of their last 13 games to move within three points of Kelowna for the second-best record in the Western Conference. Kamloops has four players among the top 14 in scoring in the WHL: Colin Smith (95 points), JC Lipon (78), Tim Bozon (77) and Brendan Ranford (73).
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