Chris was raised in West Kelowna before attending the University of Alberta, where he obtained a Bachelors degree in Sports Management. Chris then went on to complete an internship with the Vancouver Canucks and was the first hire of the Westside Warriors as Marketing Director in the inaugural season of 2006. He was with the Warriors for the first two seasons before moving on to other organizations, including launching the Abbotsford Heat of the AHL. Following a season as Corporate Sales Manager with the Heat, Chris moved to Texas in 2010 to become the General Manager of the expansion Amarillo Bulls of the North American Hockey League. With the Bulls, some of the organizational accomplishments include NAHL Organization of the Year in year two and a National Championship in year three. In 2013, Chris elected to move back to the Okanagan to be closer to family and pursue other business interests. Chris is thrilled to be back in his hometown with the Warriors and looks forward to building on the 2016 winning tradition!
Trevor returns to the Warriors for his second stint with the team, providing play-by-play coverage of all 54 Warriors games as well as serving as the team's media contact. Miller was formerly with the Warriors from 2016-2018 before joining the Trail Smoke Eaters for the 2018/2019 season. Following a season in Trail, Miller made his way to the South Okanagan and worked with the Penticton Vees for three seasons ahead of his return to West Kelowna.
Miller was presented the BCHL's Broadcaster of the Year award in 2019.
Corporate Partnership & Season Tickets - Amy Kruger
Amy was raised in West Kelowna. Her and her family have been a part of the Warriors community for quite some time. She has two children, Kingston and Jackson that play minor hockey as well as volunteer on the Warriors ice crew. She is excited to be a part of the team.
Team Chaplain - Don Richmond
Don has worked with Hockey Ministries International since 2000, initiating chaplaincy programs throughout the BCHL and in other junior leagues in the province. He has served as the Warriors chaplain since they moved to West Kelowna in 2006. Don enjoys chatting personally with players and staff alike, often giving counsel and direction regarding real life, off-ice issues. Two traditional events that Don leads every season are the Annual Christmas Hamper Night and the Warriors Annual Faith Night. Don also helps out in the broadcast booth with colour commentary for a majority of the Warriors games. Don is available for a helpful chat with players, staff and fans; anyone who is associated with the great game of hockey.