Friday, February 12, 2016

Game Preview: Langley @ Vernon:

Langley (28-20-1-3)@ Vernon (22-25-0-3) 7pm

Tonight is the second and final meeting of the regular season between the Vernon Vipers & Langley Rivermen. The Vipers lead the season series 1-0

Last Game:

Tuesday, February 9th Merritt defeated Vernon 3-1
Thursday, February 11th Langley defeated Surrey 4-2

Next Game:

Tuesday, February 16th Vernon @ West Kelowna
Saturday, February 13th Langley @ West Kelowna

Since the 2003-04 regular season Vernon is 437-242-20-21

Since the 2003-04 regular season Vernon is 239-96-11-11 at home

Since the 2003-04 regular season Vernon is 198-136-9-10 on the road

Since the 2003-04 regular season Vernon is 12-7-1-4 vs. Langley

Since the 2003-04 regular season Vernon has outscored Langley 84-71

Since the 2003-04 regular season Vernon is 5-4-0-1 at home vs. Langley

Since the 2003-04 regular season Vernon is 6-3-1-3 in Langley

Langley has won eight of their last ten games over Vernon 

Vernon's last win in Langley was a 7-4 victory on Saturday, December 12th 2015

Langley's last win at home over Vernon was a 2-1 overtime win on Friday, February 7th 2014

Vernon's last win at home vs Langley was a 5-1 victory on Saturday, January 30th 2010

Langleys last win in Vernon was a 7-4 victory on Sunday, September 28th 2014

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

The Vernon Vipers return home from a three game road trip, went 1-2 with losses in Salmon Arm & Merritt with their lone win in Prince George. This is the second and final meeting of the regular season with the Rivermen, the Vipers won 7-4 in Langley on December 12th. Vernon has played eight of their last twelve games away from home. The Vipers are coming off a 3-1 loss in Merritt Tuesday have eight games left in the 2015-16 regular season. The Vipers have won three of their last five and are 6-4-0-0 in their last ten games. Vernon has won three of their last five home games have just four wins in their last ten games at Kal Tire Place. The Vipers sit 4th in the Interior Division are five points up on last place Trail, four points up on Merritt and fifteen points back of 3rd place Salmon Arm.  

Odeen Tufto (21-37-58) leads the the team in goals with twenty one and  in points with fifty eight.

Ben Butcher Played parts of three seasons in Langley (2012-13 & 2014-2015) before being traded to Vernon on November 3rd 2015

Bo Pellah Played parts of two different seasons with the Rivermen (2011-2013)

Graham Turnbull's Vernon Vipers Venom Blog

Vernon Vipers 2015-16 regular season Stats:

Games Played: 50
Wins: 22
Losses: 25
Ties: 0
Overtime Losses: 3
Home Record: 12-11-0-2
Road Record: 10-13-0-2
Overtime Record: 3-4
Record vs Interior Division: 11-18-0-3
Record vs Island & Mainland Divisions: 11-6-0-1
When the Vipers score first: 10-5-0-2
When the opponents score first: 12-20-0-1
Leading after 1st Period: 10-2-0-2
Tied after 1st Period: 5-8-0-0
Trailing after 1st Period: 8-15-0-1
Leading after 2nd Period: 13-0-0-1
Tied after 2nd Period: 5-6-0-1
Trailing after 2nd Period: 4-19-0-0
Out shooting Opponents: 11-8-0-2
Out shot by Opponents: 10-17-0-1
One goal games: 6-6-0-3
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: 5-4-0-0

Record in February: 1-1-0-0
Goals For: 159
Goals Against: 172
Place: 4th Place
Streak: One game losing streak

Longest winning streak this year: Four games
Longest losing streak this year: Five games

Vernon Vipers Returning Players:

Liam Finlay (97)
Jagger Williamson (98)
Colton McCarthy (96)
Riley Brandt (96)
Nicholas Rasovic (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)
TJ Dumonceaux (94)
Jarrod Schamerhorn (95)
Luke Shiplo (95)
Luke Voltin (95)
Brandon Egli (94)
Mitch Meek (96)
Johhny Coughlin (95)
Kenny Citron (95)
Riley Guenther (94)
Mackenzie Bauer (96)
Danny Todosychuk (94)

Vernon’s Home record vs. Langley this season:


Vernon’s Road record vs. Langley this season:


Vernon’s scoring leaders vs. Langley this season:

Odeen Tufto (3-3-6)

Latrell Charleson (0-3-3)
Jimmy Lambert (2-1-3)
Bo Pellah (0-2-2)
Mitchell Oliver (0-1-1)
Charley Michalowski (1-0-1)
Christian Cakebread (0-1-1)
Hunter Zandee (1-0-1)
Callum Volpe (0-1-1)

Brendan Barry (1-0 Record)

-Vernon has the leagues 4th best powerplay

-The Vipers have the leagues 12th best penalty kill

Lets take a look at the Langley Rivermen:

The Langley Rivermen make their first and only regular season visit to Kal Tire Place are coming off a 4-2 win in Surrey last night. Tonight is the second game of a five game road trip. Langley snapped a three game losing streak with the victory in Surrey have lost three of their last five games are 5-3-0-2 in their last ten. The Rivermen have just six games remaining in the regular season will finish the season playing five of their final six games on the road. Langley has lost six of their last ten games away from home sit 3rd in the Mainlaind Division are twelve points up on Coquitlam, three points back of 2nd place Wenatchee and eight points back of Division leading Chilliwack. Langley has won eight of their last ten games over Vernon. 

Justin Gregona (23-22-45) leads the Rivermen in goals with twenty three, while Matthew Graham (22-34-56) leads the team in points with fifty six.

Matty Saharchuk played one season in Vernon (2013-14) before being traded to North Battleford in August 2014

Langley Rivermen 2015-16 regular season Stats:

Games Played: 51
Wins: 27
Losses: 20
Ties: 1
Overtime Losses: 3
Home Record: 17-9-0-2
Road Record: 10-11-1-1
Goals For: 190
Goals Against: 172
Place: 3rd Place
Streak: Three game losing streak

Langley Rivermen Returning Players:

Matthew Graham (95)
Justin Szeto (97)
William Campion (95)
Zachary Bleuler (97)
Jordan Schneider (95)
Zac Masson (96)
Bo Didur (97)

Langley Rivermen Departing & traded players from last years team:

Kevan Kilistoff (95)
Gage Torrel (94)
Marcus Vela (97)
Ben Butcher (95)
Evan Anderson (95)
Jacob Kearly (95)
Hunter Anderson (94)
Dante Hahn (95)
Erik Udahl (96)
Ryan Coulter (95)
Colton Kehler (97)
Charlie Pelnik (95)
Domenic Masellis (97)
Cole Williams (97)
Darren Martin (95)

Langley's Home record vs. Vernon this season:


Langley's Road record vs. Vernon this season:


Langley's scoring leaders vs. Vernon this season:

Jason O'Neill (0-1-1)
Dominic Franco (0-2-2)
Adam Sinclair (0-1-1)
Zachary Bleuler (0-1-1)
Zac Mason (1-0-1)
Torrin White (1-1-2)
Troy Ring (1-1-2)
Matthew Graham (1-0-1)

Nickolas Trenciansky (0-1 Record)

-Langley has the leagues 14th best powerplay

-The Rivermen have the league's 15th best penalty kill

Here's a look at both teams rosters:

Vernon Vipers:

Langley Rivermen:

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