Blazers season winds down this weekend

After losing several games on the road the Blazers are hoping to end the season on a high note.

KAMLOOPS — With only three games left to play in the Blazers hockey season the team is looking to go out on a high.

The Blazers won only one game in their 10-game road trip and will finally get to play two home games this week. The first on Wednesday against Kelowna and the second on Friday against Prince George. The team will give away a lease on a Ford Escape and $500 in a trivia contest on Wednesday and on Friday more than $10,000 in prizes will be given away, including a trip for two to watch a Canucks game in Vancouver.

There will also be a tailgate party on the plaza starting at 5:30 p.m. The first 1,000 fans will receive free hot dogs and the first 5,000 fans in the building will receive a team photo. Individual player awards will also be presented prior to the start of the game.

The team is currently last in the West Conference with 31 points and ahead of only Lethbridge overall. Their final game of the season will be in Prince George on Saturday.

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