Thank you Vipers

Fans grateful for the team players and management over the past season

To Mark, Kevin, Eric and the Vipers players

We would like to commend you for providing us with a most enjoyable season of hockey.  From a rather disruptive start, the team jelled into a cohesive, committed unit that left it all on the ice in the final game.

The entire season offered an exciting, entertaining brand of hockey.  It was a thrill to watch the boys take such huge strides in their development as players and young men.

Thank you to the players who came from elsewhere to play in our city.  We hope you enjoyed your Okanagan experience. It was a pleasure having you.

To the seniors who are leaving, we wish you much success in your future endeavours.  To the core of Vipers returning, we can’t wait to see you in September.

Thank you all for a great season of hockey.

Julie and Gord McIntosh,

Fran and Deniss Sponholz,

Vipers season ticket holders

 

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