The Kelowna Blazers are a men's ice hockey club that are part of the Junior Hockey Orginization, which delegates them as a minor hockey franchise. The team is part of the Western Division of the league, and are affliliated with the Edmonton Albertosaurus and the Thompson Kings of the Canadian Hockey League. They were founded in 2005, and represented the Buffalo Narrows Stampede before Edmonton. The Blazers play their home games at Prospera Place in Kelowna, British Columbia, which has their only HBC Championship banner hanging from the ceiling.

Team historyEdit

The Kelowna Blazers were orginally the Surrey Oysters, nicknamed the Pearlboys.