Come out and cheer for the Williams Lake Stampeders

Are you missing hockey yet? I can't personally say I am.


Are you missing hockey yet?

I can’t personally say I am, as I’ve been out most weekends when the Central Interior Hockey League Williams Lake Stampeders have been playing, cheering them on.

These are a great group of guys that love the game.

Some have played minor hockey and more.

They practice once a week and then organize family and work obligations so they can either play here on weekends or travel to play against other opponents.

This can be difficult, juggling work and family schedules.

I know because my husband used to be a player. Now, he is a coach.

The executive and volunteers do a great job and I think it is time for Williams Lake hockey fans to show up with their noise makers and cheer on our Williams Lake Stampeders.

Their next game is against long-time rivals, the Quesnel Kangaroos , who travel with a great fan club to Williams Lake to cheer on their team.

But I think we can do better, Nov. 10 at 7:30 p.m.

Go Stamps Go!

Lynda Philpot

Williams Lake

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