Friday, January 8, 2016

Game Preview: Penticton @ Vernon:

Penticton (31-4-1-0) @ Vernon (16-21-0-3) 7pm

Tonight is sixth and final regular season meeting between the Vernon Vipers & Penticton Vees. The Vees lead the season series 5-0

Last Game:

Friday, January 1st Penticton defeated Vernon 6-0
Saturday, January 2nd Penticton defeated Salmon Arm 6-1

Next Game:

Saturday, January 9th Vernon @ Merritt
Saturday, January 9th Salmon Arm @ Penticton

Since the 2003-04 regular season Vernon is 448-255-20-22

Since the 2003-04 regular season Vernon is 247-105-11-12 at home

Since the 2003-04 regular season Vernon is 201-140-9-11 on the road

Since the 2002-03 regular season Vernon is 39-39-2-8 vs. Penticton

Since the 2002-03 regular season Penticton has outscored Vernon 262-250

Since the 2003-04 regular season Vernon is 20-15-1-2 at home vs. Penticton

Since the 2003-04 regular season Vernon is 16-20-1-3 in Penticton

Vernon is 2-6-0-2 in their last ten visits to Penticton

Penticton is 7-3-0-0 in their last ten visits to Vernon

The Vipers are 1-8-0-1 in their last ten games vs. Penticton

Vernon's last win at home vs Penticton was a 4-3 victory on Saturday, February 22nd 2014

Penticton's last win at the Kal Tire Place was a 6-0 victory on Friday, January 1st 2016

Vernon's last win at the South Okanagan Events Centre was a 2-1 victory on Wednesday, February 11th 2015

Penticton's last win at home vs Vernon was a 3-0 victory on Friday, December 4th 2015

The Vipers went 1-6-0-0 vs Penticton last season
Lets take a look at the Vernon Vipers:

The Vernon Vipers are coming off a 6-0 loss to the visiting Penticton Vees Friday. Tonight is the sixth and final regular season meeting between these two teams as Vernon is 0-4-0-1 vs Penticton this season. This is the second of back to back games vs the Vees. The Vipers have lost both games at home to Penticton this year, 5-4 in double overtime on December 15th and 6-0 on January 1st. Vernon's last win at home vs Penticton was a 4-3 victory on February 22nd 2014. The Vipers are 4-11 at home vs the Vees in the past five seasons. The Vipers have lost five straight at home and lost ten of their last fourteen home games. The Vipers are 1-8-0-1 in their last ten games vs. Penticton. The Vipers sit 5th in the Division are six points up on Merrit, one point back of Trail and eleven points back of 3rd place West Kelowna. Vernon has one win in their last five games, are 3-6-0-1 in their last ten.

Colton McCarthy (17-8-25) leads the the team in goals with seventeen, while Odeen Tufto (16-25-41) leads the team lead in points with fourty one.

Liam Finlay played in 13 games with the Vees from 2013-2014 before being traded to Vernon on October 28th 2014.

Brendan Barry played last season in Penticton before being released after playing in just one game this season.

Graham Turnbull's Vernon Vipers Venom Blog

Vernon Vipers 2015-16 regular season Stats:

Games Played: 40
Wins: 16
Losses: 21
Ties: 0
Overtime Losses: 3
Home Record: 10-10-0-2
Road Record: 6-10-0-2
Overtime Record: 2-4
Record vs Interior Division: 6-14-0-3
Record vs Island & Mainland Divisions: 10-6-0-1
When the Vipers score first: 9-4-0-2
When the opponents score first: 7-17-0-1
Leading after 1st Period: 9-2-0-2
Tied after 1st Period: 3-5-0-0
Trailing after 1st Period: 5-14-0-1
Leading after 2nd Period: 9-0-0-1
Tied after 2nd Period: 3-4-0-1
Trailing after 2nd Period: 4-17-0-0
Out shooting Opponents: 10-8-0-2
Out shot by Opponents: 5-13-0-1
One goal games: 3-6-0-3
Record in September: 3-3-0-1
Record in October: 6-6-0-0
Record in November: 4-6-0-1
Record in December: 3-5-0-1

Record in January: 0-1-0-0
Goals For: 123
Goals Against: 137
Place: 4th Place
Streak: One game losing streak
Longest winning streak this year: Three games
Longest losing streak this year: Five games

Vernon Vipers Returning Players:

Liam Finlay (97)
Jagger Williamson (98)
Colton McCarthy (96)
Riley Brandt (96)
Mitchell Oliver (97)

Vernon Vipers Departing & traded players from last years team:

Liam Coughlin (94)
Anthony Latina (94)
Blaine Caton (97)
Linden Hora (96)
Nicholas Rasovic (96)
TJ Dumonceaux (94)
Luke Shiplo (95)
Luke Voltin (95)
Brandon Egli (94)
Jarrod Schamerhorn (95)
Mitch Meek (96)
Johhny Coughlin (95)
Kenny Citron (95)
Riley Guenther (94)
Mackenzie Bauer (96)
Danny Todosychuk (94)

Vernon’s Home record vs. Penticton this season:


Vernon’s Road record vs. Penticton this season:


Vernon’s scoring leaders vs. Penticton this season:

Liam Finlay (0-4-4)
Odeen Tufto (1-3-4)
Steven Jandric (2-1-3)
Christian Cakebread (3-0-3)
Jimmy Lambert (1-2-3)
Charley Michalowski (0-1-1)
Jagger Williamson (0-1-1)
Griffin James (1-0-1)
Bo Pellah (0-1-1)
Hunter Zandee (1-0-1)
Ben Butcher (0-1-1)

Andrew Shortridge (0-5 Record)

-Vernon has the leagues 6th best powerplay

-The Vipers have the leagues 13th best penalty kill
Lets take a look at the Penticton Vees:

The defending Western Canada Cup Champion Penticton Vees make their third and final regular season visit to Kal Tire Place are coming off a 6-1 victory over the visiting Salmon Arm Silverbacks Saturday. Tonight is the second game with the Vipers within a week after the Vees won 6-0 in Vernon January 1st. The Vees have won all five games vs the Vipers this season, have won six straight over the Vipers going back to last year. Penticton is 8-3 in Vernon in their last eleven games at Kal Tire Place. The Vees have had the Vipers number the past four year's going 24-7-0-0. Penticton is ranked #3 in Canada sit atop the BCHL standings are nineteen points up on Salmon Arm. The Vees have won three straight and four of their last five games are 7-2-1-0 in their last ten. Penticton has won three of their last five road games. Scott Conway has twelve points in five games vs the Vipers this season. Anthony Brodeur is unbeaten in 20 games. 

Scott Conway (37-40-77) leads the Vees in goals with thirty seven and in points with seventy seven.

Demico Hannoun played one season in Vernon (2013-14) before being traded to Surrey in the off season.

Luke Voltin played last season with the Vipers before being traded to Langley on August 27th 2015

Fraser Rodgers Three Vees blog,

Penticton Vees 2015-16 regular season Stats:

Games Played: 38
Wins: 33
Losses: 4
Ties: 1
Overtime Losses: 0
Home Record: 19-0-1-0
Road Record: 14-4-0-0
Goals For: 162
Goals Against: 77
Place: 1st Place Overall
Streak: Three game winning streak

Penticton Vees Returning Players:

Gabe Bast (96)
Dante Fabbro (98)
Demico Hannoun (95)
Tyson Jost (98)

Penticton Vees Departing & traded players from last years team:

Patrick Newell (96)
Riley Alferd (95)
Lewis Zerter-Gossage (95)
Jack Ramsey (95)
Mike Lee (96)
Brendan Barry (97)
Dakota Conroy (94)
Steen Cooper (95)
Matthew Serratore (94)
Connor Chartier (94)
Mitch Newsome (97)
Cody DePourcq (95)
Miles Gendron (96)
Patrick Sexton (94)
Cam Amantea (94)
Jarod Hilderman (97)
Hunter Miska (95)

Penticton's Home record vs. Vernon this season:


Penticton's Road record vs. Vernon this season:


Penticton's scoring leaders vs. Vernon this season:

Scott Conway (10-5-12)
Tyson Jost (1-10-11)
Nicholas Jones (2-4-6)
Easton Brodzinski (1-4-5)
Dante Fabbro (2-2-4)
Owen Sillinger (0-3-3)
Darius Davidson (1-1-2)

Griffin Mendel (0-2-2)
Chris Gerrie (2-0-2)
David Eccles (0-1-1)
Gabe Bast (0-1-1)
Mitchell Brooks (1-0-1)
Chris Gerrie (0-1-1)
Sam Jones (0-1-1)
Colton Poolman (0-1-1)
Luke Voltin (0-1-1)
Ben Brar (1-0-1)
Bowen Dixon (0-1-1)

Anthony Brodeur (3-0 Record)
Zachary Driscoll (2-0 Record-2 Shutouts)

-Penticton has with the leagues best powerplay

-The Vees have the league's 3rd best penalty kill

Here's a look at both teams rosters:

Vernon Vipers:

Penticton Vees:

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