The Penticton Vees held their annual Blue-White Intrasquad game Saturday. Hannoun scored twice also added two assists playing for Team Blue who defeated Team White 6-2 winning the Peaches Cup.
Hannoun is entering his second season with the Vees, after being traded from Surrey to Penticton on August 13th 2014. Hannoun played one season in Vernon (2013-14) before being traded to Surrey along with Ben Butcher on June 9th 2014 as the Future Considerations in the Brett Mulcahy trade from January 2014. The Vipers sent Chase McMurphy & Future Considerations to Surrey for Brett Mulcahy & Future Considerations on January 6th 2014. In 47 games with the Vipers Hannoun collected (15-goals-29-assists-44-points). Hannoun played two seasons in Surrey before joining the Vipers for the 2013-14 season. Hannoun was part of the future considerations in the Vipers-Eagles trade at the 2012 BCHL trade deadline that saw Vernon send Adam Tambellini & Michael Roberts to Surrey for future considerations wich at the end of that season were named (Mason Blacklock and Demico Hannoun).
Demico Hannoun's Player Profile:
This is posted on Fraser Rodgers Penticton Vees blog:
Team Blue Wins Peaches Cup
Posted on August 31, 2015 by frodgers
The annual Peaches Cup Intrasquad game went down Saturday at the SOEC and Team Blue came out on top, scoring a 6-2 win over Team White. Blue’s offense was led by Demico Hannoun (2-0-2), Easton Brodzinski (1-1-2) and Jason lavallee (1-1-2).
Anthony Brodeur started for Team Blue and was very sharp, working a clean sheet in 30-minutes of work. His outing was highlighted by two eye-popping kick-saves in short succession right in front of his net. Even Team White’s Tyson Jost walked over to Brodeur by the dressing rooms and gave him props in the intermission.
Brendan Barry was very good in goal for White as well, as he only conceded a Lavallee breakaway goal in half a game’s work.
The Vees trimmed down their roster after Saturday’s intrasquad game but are carrying a few extra bodies as the team prepares for their second exhibition game Wednesday at the SOEC versus West Kelowna.