Let's Go Riders, Let's Go!
The Fernie Ghostriders are 3 games to 1 in the playoff finals against the KIJHL Eddie Mountain Division Finals against the Kimberley Dynamiters.
It has been 9 years since the Ghostriders have won the Division playoffs and the Ghostriders and the Dynamiters are fierce rivals so this is set to be a firecracker of a playoff series. Don't miss it!
Doors Open 6pm - arrive early, seats will be at a premium for these final games! Puck drop is 7:30PM.
Entry is $13/adults, $8 youth/seniors, $11/19+ students for playoff games.
Always popular, local games are a fun night out for the whole family with plenty of great hockey action, beverage gardens and concessions. Don't forget to pick up some Ghostrider Merch souvenirs!
KIJHL Playoffs, Eddie Mountain Division Finals:
Fernie Ghostriders vs Kimberley Dynamiters
Game #1: Mar 3 - FG 4 - KD 0 (In Kimberley)
Game #2: Mar 4 - FG 5 - KD 3 (In Kimberley)
Game #3: Mar 6 - FG 4 - KD 1 (In Fernie)
Game #4: Mar 7 - FG 2 - KD 8 (In Fernie)
Game #5: Mar 10 - FG __ - KD __ (In Kimberley)
Game #6: Mar 11 - FG __ - KD __ (In Fernie, if needed)
Game #7: Mar 13 - FG __ - KD __ (In Kimberley, if needed)
The playoffs are a best-of-7 series (first to win 4 games takes the series).
The Fernie Ghostriders won games #1 & #2 in Kimberley and game #3 in Fernie against the Dynamiters.
The Kimberley Dynamiters won Game #4 in Fernie on March 7.
Game #5 will be played in Kimberley on March 10.
If needed, game #6 will be played in Fernie on March 11 and game #7 will be played in Kimberley on March 13.
About the Ghostriders:
The Fernie Ghostriders are a Junior B Hockey Team, playing in the Eddie Mountain Division of the Kootenay International Junior Ice Hockey League. Head Coach is Jeff Wagner. The Ghostrider name comes from the icon shadow that forms at sunset on Mt Hosmer in Fernie, that is clearest at the start of the hockey season (and during the summer months).
The Ghostriders hosted the Cyclone Taylor Cup (KIJHL, PIJHL & VIJHL Provincial Championships) for the 2010/2011 season, where they took the silver medal. They went on to win the division the following year in the 2011/2012 season.
The Ghostriders won the KIJHL in the 2007/2008 season, going on to take the bronze medal at the Cyclone Taylor Cup.