This is posted on the Kiss FM website:
Vipers-Warriors Suspended For Fights
Written by Peter McIntyre
Tuesday, 21 October 2014
The BC Hockey League has come down hard on the Vernon Vipers and West Kelowna Warriors after several fights at the end of Saturday's game.
Four Vipers and three Warriors have been given suspensions ranging from two to six games.
The hardest hit were forward Ryley Brandt and goalie Danny Todosychuk of the Vipers each with 6 game bans, while Brent Menear and Kade Kehoe of the Warriors each got 4 games
Viper Brandon Egli got four games and Rylet Booth got two, same as Warrior Kyle Marino
Coaches Mark Ferner of Vernon and Rylan Ferster of West Kelowna will each have to sit out one game.
Vipers executive vice president Todd Miller says they are appealing the suspensions.
Click link below for video of the incident from hockeytube.net
When asked for comment from Kiss FM on the suspensions, Brent Mutis, communications director for the BCHL issued the following statement:
"The BCHL has determined discipline for players involved in the Saturday Vernon – West Kelowna game and the decisions have been presented to the teams. However, no details can be provided to fans and media at this time as the decisions are being appealed by the clubs involved."