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You can watch Tri-Cities' junior hockey teams in the comfort of your own home. Here's how

Coquitlam Express', Port Moody Panthers' and Port Coquitlam Trailblazers' games will now be migrated to the FloSports subscription platform
Home and away games for the BCHL's Coquitlam Express, as well as the PJHL's Port Coquitlam Trailblazers and Port Moody Panthers, will now be streamed through the FloSports subscription service.

Junior hockey fans in the Tri-Cities will have plenty of opportunity to watch their local teams this season — not just in person but also streaming to their digital devices and smart TV's.

Both the BC Hockey League (BCHL) and the Pacific Junior Hockey League (PJHL) have reached agreements with Texas-based FloSports.

That means all home and away games for the BCHL's Coquitlam Express as well as the PJHL's Port Moody Panthers and Port Coquitlam Trailblazers will be available live and on-demand through the company's special hockey portal that also offers games from 75 junior, minor pro and collegiate leagues across North America.

Previously, games from both leagues were available through HockeyTV and subscribers to that service will be able to migrate their accounts to the new platform.

FloSports acquired HockeyTV's parent company, HockeyTech, in 2021.

Since it was founded in 2006, FloSports has grown to cover more than 200,000 sports competitions a year in 25 different sports, including the prestigious Tour de France and la Vuelta bike races, the Canadian Professional Rodeo Association, men's and women's collegiate field lacrosse, marching, grappling, international rugby and even cheerleading.

"FloSports is creating the home for sports like hockey, track & field, racing, grappling, wrestling, cheer and more," said a statement on the company's website.

"We are growing our sports every day by continuing to invest in our ever-expanding ecosystem."

To learn more about FloSports, you can visit the company's website.

For fans eager to see the local teams in action in person, the Express opens its regular season home schedule Sept. 22 at 7 p.m. against the Alberni Valley Bulldogs, while the Panthers opens its home ice schedule Sept. 9 against the Abbotsford Pilots.

The expansion Trailblazers plays its first regular season home game on Sept. 15, against the Panthers, 7 p.m. at the PoCo Community Centre.


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