The Bulldogs were last in action Sunday afternoon in West Kelowna where they snapped a three game losing streak and salvaged their three-in-three road trip with a fantastic effort leading to a 4-2 win in West Kelowna over the Warriors.The Capitals were at home on Tuesday night when they pulled one out of the fire, tying the game with less than a minute to play before going on to beat the Victoria Grizzlies 6-5 in overtime.
The Bulldogs lead the season series 4-1, but the Capitals won the last head-to-head meeting 5-4 at the Dog Pound on January 4th.
I for one hope that the same Bulldogs show up that were in West Kelowna on Sunday. It was almost as if to a man, every single guy decided that there was no way that they were heading home from that road trip with nothing to show for it. From the opening puck drop they were fantastic - inspired, desperate, a little angry, etc. It's pretty hard to lose games when you play like that from top to bottom through your line up. You can bet that the Capitals will be inspired after their comeback win on Tuesday night, so I hope that the Dogs are ready.
Pacific Chevrolet Bulldogs Hockey tonight on 93.3 The Peak FM at 6:45 with the puck drop and play-by-play to follow at 7:00pm with myself and Bruce MacDonald providing the play-by-play and colour and analysis.
If you aren't in radio listening range of 93.3 The Peak FM you can listen/watch the game by:
Listening Live on your computer: www.933thepeak.com
Listening Live on your SmartPhone : www.tunein.com/mobile/
Watching Live on your computer/SmartPhone www.fasthockey.com
Wait, what? Isn't Kevin on the pregame show? Of course he is - but this interview is from last week's BCHL This Week Radio Show on TSN 1410 with host Jeff Patterson. I thought it was cool to see the Dogs get some further exposure on the program, and to also listen to Kevin interviewed by someone else besides me.
You can catch the show tomorrow morning at 9:30am!