Catch a home game this winter with the Fernie Ghostriders- Fernie's own KIJHL Junior Hockey Team.
The Riders are back!
Puck drop at 7.30pm, entry is $11/adults, $6 students/seniors for regular games.
Always popular, local games are a fun night out for the whole family with plenty of great hockey action, beverage gardens, concessions, merchandise booth and special events including the 50/50 raffle, and teddy bear toss, shootout challenge, and diamond ring prize draw games.
PLEASE NOTE THAT ACCESS WILL BE SUBJECT TO CURRENT PROVINCIAL HEALTH RULES AND MAY CHANGE FROM GAME TO GAME, DEPENDING ON CONDITIONS.
2021-2022 regular season HOME GAMES, SUBJECT TO CHANGE:
Sat 18 vs Golden Rockets (Exhibition Game) D 3-3
Fri 8 vs Nelson Leafs W 5-1
Fri 15 vs Kimberley Dynamiters W 1-0
Sat 23 vs Kimberley Dynamiters
Fri 29 vs Creston Valley Thunder Cats
Sat 30 vs Golden Rockets
Fri 12 vs Kimberley Dynamiters
Sat 20 vs Castlegar Rebels
Sat 27 vs Creston Valley Thunder Cats
Sat 4 vs Columbia Valley Rockies
Sat 11 vs Beaver Valley Nitehawks
Thu 16 vs Columbia Valley Rockies
Wed 29 vs Kimberley Dynamiters
Fri 7 vs Grand Forks
Tue 11 vs Columbia Valley Rockies
Fri 14 vs Golden Rockets
Fri 28 vs Golden Rockets
Fri 4 vs Nelson Leafs
Fri 11 vs Golden Rockets
Tue 15 vs Creston Valley Thunder Cats
Fri 18 vs Columbia Valley Rockies
Sat 19 vs Creston Valley Thunder Cats
Playoff season begins mid-February!
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 won the division during the 2011/2012 season, and the KIJHL in the 2007/2008 season, going on to take the bronze medal at the Cyclone Taylor Cup.
The Ghostriders hosted the Cyclone Taylor Cup (KIJHL, PIJHL & VIJHL Provincial Championships) for the 2010/2011 season, where they took the silver medal.