The league announced the move on Tuesday as it made another round of postponements due to highway closures resulting from flooding issues in the Fraser Valley.
“Due to ongoing flooding, road closures and the approach of winter, BCHL will be cutting all non-conference games for the remainder of the 2021-2022 season,” the league said in a statement.
Due to the current highway closures, eight games have been postponed this week.
|Friday December 3||Chilliwack Trail||Chilliwack Coliseum|
|Friday December 3||Langley to Vernon||Kal Tyr Place|
|Saturday 4th December||Coquitlam in Vernon||Kal Tyr Place|
|Saturday 4th December||Langley to West Kelowna||Place Royal LePage|
|Sunday 5 December||Coquitlam à Cranbrook||Western financial center|
|Sunday 5 December||Langley to Salmon Arm||Centre Shaw|
|Friday December 10||Salmon arm in the Alberni valley||Arène Weyerhaeuser|
|Saturday 11 December||Salmon Arm à Powell River||Hap Parker Arena|
Six games have also been added to the schedule, including;
|Friday December 3||Langley in Chilliwack||Chilliwack Coliseum|
|Friday December 3||Vernon trail||Kal Tyr Place|
|Saturday 4th December||Cranbrook to Vernon||Kal Tyr Place|
|Sunday 5 December||Coquitlam in Langley||Arena George Preston|
|Sunday 5 December||West Kelowna to Salmon Arm||Centre Shaw|
|Friday December 10||Salmon arm in Penticton||OSCE|
The schedule will continue to be revised over the next few weeks to make up for games postponed later in the season.