The Nelson Blueliners are ready for another great season.

Nelson Blueliners prepare for upcoming season

The Blueliners, Nelson and area’s intermediate division recreational women’s hockey team, are skating into their 18th season.

The Blueliners, Nelson and area’s intermediate division recreational women’s hockey team, are skating into their 18th season.

The Nelson squad is coming off of a very successful 2011-12 season and is looking for an even better season this year.

The squad anticipates heading down to Spokane to defend their Hoctoberfest crown in mid-October and to take back the Nelson Icebreaker crown from the Vernon Vipers later in the season.

The Blueliners actively seek out tourneys in BC, Alberta and the States — and have a lot of fun playing hockey.  They are beginning weekly practices this October on Sundays from 6:30 to 7:45 in the complex. The squad is looking for new players. Interested in playing? Contact Loreli at 250-359-2996 or email l.dawson@shaw.ca.

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