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It was a frustrating night for Tim Bozon (left) and the Kamloops Blazers at Interior Savings Centre on Tuesday, Nov. 6, when the visiting Edmonton Oil Kings downed the home team 2-1.  - Allen Douglas/KTW
It was a frustrating night for Tim Bozon (left) and the Kamloops Blazers at Interior Savings Centre on Tuesday, Nov. 6, when the visiting Edmonton Oil Kings downed the home team 2-1.
— image credit: Allen Douglas/KTW

It was a frustrating night for Tim Bozon (left) and the Kamloops Blazers at Interior Savings Centre on Tuesday, Nov. 6, when the visiting Edmonton Oil Kings downed the home team 2-1.

Log on to kamloopsthisweek.com for a game recap.

Kamloops will head south of the border for its next game, scheduled for Friday, Nov. 9, in Spokane.

The Blazers will play the Tri-City Americans and Portland Winterhawks before returning home for a rematch with the ‘Hawks on Nov. 16.

Kamloops sits atop the B.C. Division with a record of 17-2-1.

 

 

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