Saturday, November 12, 2016

Game Preview: Penticton @ Vernon:

Penticton (18-4-0-0) @ Vernon (10-10-2-0) 6pm

Tonight is the third of seven regular season meetings between the Vernon Vipers & Penticton Vees. The season series is tied 1-1.

Last Game:

Friday, November 11th Vernon defeated Penticton 3-2

Next Game:

Wednesday, November 16th Langley @ Vernon
Friday, November 18th Penticton @ Coquitlam

Since the 2002-03 regular season Vernon is 40-41-2-8 vs Penticton

Since the 2002-03 regular season Penticton has outscored Vernon 272-256

Since the 2003-04 regular season Vernon is 20-17-1-2 at home vs. Penticton

Since the 2003-04 regular season Vernon is 17-20-1-3 in Penticton

The Vees are 8-2-0-0 in their last ten games in Vernon

The Vipers are 2-6-0-2 in their last ten games in Penticton

The Vipers last regular season win at home vs. Penticton was a 4-3 victory on Saturday, February 22nd 2014

The Vees last regular season win in Vernon was a 4-2 victory on Friday, October 28th 2016

The Vipers last regular season win in Penticton was a 3-2 victory on Friday, November 11th 2016

The Vees last regular season win at home vs. Vernon was a 3-0 victory on Friday, December 4th 2015

Let's take a look at the Vernon Vipers:

The 10-10-2-0 Vernon Vipers are coming off a 3-2 victory in Penticton last night. Tonight is the second game of a home & home series with the Vees who wont meet again until December 7th in Penticton. The Vipers lost all six regular season games to Penticton last year, have lost eight of their last nine games to the Vees going back to the 2014-15 regular season. The Vipers have lost thirteen of their last fifteen games to the Vees. The Vipers have lost six straight at home to the Vees. The Vipers last regular season win at home vs. Penticton was a 4-3 victory February 22nd 2014. Tonight is the first of a two game home stand, where the Vipers have won three of their last four home games. Vernon has lost three of their last five and are 5-5 in their last ten games. Vipers captain Riley Brandt is serving his fifth game of a current ten game suspension. Vernon sits 3rd in the Division are two points up on 4th place Merritt and three points back of 2nd place Trail.

Vernon Vipers Roster:

Niko Karamanis (9-5-14) leads the team lead in goals with seven, while Jagger Williamson (5-14-19) leads the team lead in points with nineteen.

Vernon Vipers 2016-17 Regular Season Stats:

Games Played: 22
Wins: 10
Losses: 10
Ties: 0
Overtime Wins: 1
Overtime Losses: 2
Home Record: 5-2-1-0
Road Record: 5-8-1-0
Overtime Record: 1-2
Record vs Interior Division: 6-4-0-0
Record vs Island & Mainland Divisions: 4-6-2-0
When the Vipers score first: 8-4-0-0
When the opponents score first: 2-6-2-0
Leading after the 1st period: 6-2-0-0
Tied after the 1st period: 2-3-2-0
Trailing after the 1st period: 2-5-0-0
Leading after the 2nd period: 7-1-1-0
Tied after the 2nd period: 2-1-1-0
Trailing after the 2nd period: 1-7-0-0
Out shooting opponents: 7-4-2-0
Out shot by opponents: 3-4-0-0
One goal games: 4-1-2-0
Goals for: 65
Goals against: 76
Standings: 3rd Place (Interior Division)
Win-loss streak: One game winning streak
Longest winning streak: Three game winning streak
Longest losing streak: Three game losing streak (Twice)

Vernon Vipers Returning Players:

Brett Stapley (99)
Christian Cakebread (97)
Nicholas Rasovic (96)
Hunter Zandee (96)
Jagger Williamson (98)
Jimmy Lambert (97)
Riley Brandt (96)

Vernon Vipers departed & traded players from last years team:

Charley Michalowski (96)
Odeen Tufto (97)
Mitchell Oliver (97)
Colton McCarthy (96)
Callum Volpe (98)
Liam Finlay (97)
Darren Rizzolo (98)
Joe Sacco (96)
Ben Butcher (95)
Brendan Barry (97)
Latrell Charleson (95)
Bo Pellah (95)
Mac Ferner (95)
Andrew Shortridge (95)

Vernon's home record vs Penticton this year:


Vernon's road record vs Penticton this year:


Vernon's scoring leaders vs Penticton this year:

Jagger Williamson (0-3-3)
Niko Karamanis (2-0-2)
Cooper Watson (0-1-1)
Riley Brandt (0-1-1)
Carter Stephenson (1-0-1)
Jimmy Lambert (1-0-1)
Connor Clouston (0-1-1)
Brett Stapley (0-1-1)
Christian Cakebread (0-1-1)
Hunter Zandee (0-1-1)
Steven Jandric (1-0-1)

Ty Taylor (1-1 Record)

Vernon has the leagues 5th best powerplay

The Vipers have the leagues 8th best penalty kill

Let's take a look at the Penticton Vees:

The 18-4-0-0 defending regular season champion and 2017 Western Canada Cup host Penticton Vees make their second of three regular season visits to Kal Tire Place are coming off a 3-2 loss to the visiting Vernon Vipers Friday. The last time the Vees were in Vernon, Penticton come away with the 4-2 victory October 28th 2016. Tonight is the first game of a two game road trip. The Vees have won eleven of their thirteen road games, have won six straight at Kal Tire Place. Since the 2011-12 regular season the Vees have dominated the Vipers. Penticton has won twenty eight of the last thirty six regular season meetings vs Vernon going 28-8-0-0. The Vees have won thirteen of the last fifteen games vs the Vipers. Penticton has won three of their last five and seven of their last ten games. The Vees sit atop the Interior Division and league are eleven points up on 2nd place Trail and fourteen points up on 3rd place Vernon.

Fraser Rogers Penticton Vees Blog,

Penticton Vees Roster:

Grant Cruikshank (16-5-21) leads the team in goals with sixteen, while Nicholas Jones (7-17-24) leads the team in points with twenty four.

Mitch Meek played 50 games with the 2014-15 Vernon Vipers

Penticton Vees 2016-17 regular season stats:

Games Played: 22
Wins: 18
Losses: 4
Ties: 0
Overtime Losses: 0
Home Record: 7-2-0-0
Road Record: 11-2-0-0
Goals for: 76
Goals against: 46
Standings: 1st Place (Overall)
Streak: One game losing streak

Penticton Vees Returning Players:

Nicholas Jones (96)
Owen Sillinger (97)
Ben Brar (98)
Taylor Ward (98)
Gabe Bast (96)
Griffin Mendel (99)

Penticton Vees departed and traded players from last years team:

Scott Conway (95)
Luke Voltin (95)
Mitchell Brooks (95)
David Eccles (96)
Desi Burgart (98)
Tyson Jost (98)
Easton Brodzinski (96)
Demico Hannoun (95)
Dixon Bowen (96)
Darius Davidson (96)
Chris Gerrie (96)
Jason Lavallee (96)
Colton Poolman (95)
Seamus Donohue (96)
Dante Fabbro (98)
Domenic Masellis (97)
Anthony Brodeur (95)
Zach Driscoll (97)

Penticton's home record vs Vernon this year:


Penticton's road record vs Vernon this year:


Penticton Vees scoring leaders vs Vernon this year:

Taylor Ward (2-2-4)
Grant Cruikshank (2-0-2)
Chris Klack (1-1-2)
James Miller (1-1-2)
Joseph Leahy (0-1-1)
Nicholas Jones (0-1-1)
Owen Sillinger (0-1-1)
Ty Barnstable (0-1-1)
Kenny Johnson (0-1-1)

Matthew Robson (1-1 Record)

Penticton has the leagues 14th best powerplay:

The Vees have the leagues 11th best penalty kill

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