Surrey Knights celebrate a goal at North Surrey Recreation Centre last season. (File photo: Tom Zillich)

HOCKEY: Surrey Knights set to open training camp at arena in Fleetwood

This season the team will play home games at the new North Surrey Sport & Ice Complex

Training camp starts Tuesday evening (Aug. 20) for Surrey Knights of the Pacific Junior Hockey League (PJHL).

The main camp includes 11 sessions at Surrey Sport & Leisure Complex in Fleetwood. Details are posted to surreyknights.ca.

This season the Knights will play home games at the new North Surrey Sport & Ice Complex, in a move from the old arena at North Surrey Recreation Centre, the team’s home rink since the start of the 2016-17 season, when it moved from Langley.

• READ MORE: ‘New jerseys, new building, new start’ for Surrey Knights.

In April, on Twitter, the franchise announced the hiring of new head coach Gerry Leiper, to replace team co-owner John Craighead on the bench.

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