Brady Milburn (No. 17 in white) and his Chilliwack Chiefs were set to host the Coquitlam Express Wednesday night (Dec. 1) at the Chilliwack Coliseum, but problems on Highway 7 have forced the BCHL to postpone the game. (Darren Francis photo)

Brady Milburn (No. 17 in white) and his Chilliwack Chiefs were set to host the Coquitlam Express Wednesday night (Dec. 1) at the Chilliwack Coliseum, but problems on Highway 7 have forced the BCHL to postpone the game. (Darren Francis photo)

Chilliwack Chiefs game against Coquitlam postponed due to Highway 7 problems

Landslides and a car accident had Highway 7 closing, then opening, then closing again Dec. 1

A Chilliwack Chiefs home game scheduled for Wednesday night (Dec. 1) has been postponed.

The Coquitlam Express were due to pay a visit, but landslides and a car crash on Highway 7 forced the BCHL to make a tough call.

With Highway 1 still out of commission because of flooding, Highway 7 is the only way the Express could get to Chilliwack.

The Chiefs announced the postponement on Twitter, saying all tickets for the game will be valid for any future game.

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