Kelowna Wings

The Kelowna Wings were a junior ice hockey team based in Kelowna, British Columbia that played in the Western Hockey League from 1982–85. The Wings were abysmal in their three-year tenure, winning just 56 out of 216 games played. The franchise relocated to Spokane, Washington following the 1984–85 season and became the Spokane Chiefs.

Kelowna Wings
CityKelowna, British Columbia
LeagueWestern Hockey League
Operated1982 (1982)–85
Home arenaKelowna Memorial Arena
Franchise history
1982–85Kelowna Wings
1985–presentSpokane Chiefs

The City of Kelowna would wait ten years for the WHL to return as the Tacoma Rockets relocated to the city and became a perennial contender.

Season-by-season Record

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against

1982–837212573299531276th WestOut of playoffs
1983–847215561295448316th WestOut of playoffs
1984–857229394359367623rd WestLost semi-final

NHL Alumni

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