Ex-fighter passed away
Photo: West Kelowna Warriors
Former West Kelowna Warrior Parmjot (Parm) Dhaliwal has passed away.
Dhaliwal died last weekend in a New York City hotel.
He was 23.
Over the span of three full seasons, from 2016 to the 2018-2019 season, Dhaliwal scored 38 goals and 82 assists in 148 games.
Symptoms of a concussion prevented Dhaliwal from playing his final season with the Warriors in 2019-2020.
He never played the game again.
A celebration of life will be held Saturday at 10 a.m. at Riverside Funeral Home in Delta.
For those wishing to attend the Dhaliwal/Mann family, invite those who were close to Parm to drop by for his celebration of life, scheduled for next weekend. pic.twitter.com/KX7r2Vv7zT
— Warriors of West Kelowna (@BCHLWarriors) August 1, 2022
RIP Parm Dhaliwal…made me feel so comfortable when my family was so far away. I will always remember the memories we made on and off the ice. My heart is torn brother, miss you already?? @BCHLWarriors
— Mike Hardman (@MikeHardman19) July 31, 2022