Mike Haug of Interior Signs in Trail was busy removing the old decals from the Trail Smoke Eaters bus on Wednesday. The bus will get a new look as it prepares to hit the road for another BCHL hockey season, which kicks off tonight at the Cominco Arena.

Trail Smokies get ready for the road

Old decals are being replaced on the Trail Smoke Eaters bus in time for the season kick off Friday

Old decals are being replaced on the Trail Smoke Eaters bus in time for the season kick off Friday

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