Tuesday, January 8, 2019

Game Preview: Vernon @ Surrey:

Vernon (14-16-7-3) @ Surrey (8-28-1-2) 7pm

Tonight is the third and final regular season meeting between the Vernon Vipers & Surrey Eagles. The Eagles lead the season series 2-0

Last Game:

Saturday, January 5th Merritt defeated Vernon 3-2 overtime
Salmon Arm defeated Surrey 6-2

Next Game:

Friday, January 11th Salmon Arm @ Vernon
Saturday, January 12th Surrey @ Chilliwack

Vernon's record & stats vs the Eagles since 2003

Since the 2003-04 regular season Vernon is 20-8-3-0 vs Surrey

Since the 2003-04 regular season Vernon has outscored Surrey 120-96

Since the 2003-04 regular season Vernon is 8-4-2-0 at home vs Surrey

Since the 2003-04 regular season Vernon is 11-4-0-0 in Surrey

Since the BCHL Showcase opened in 2012-13 Vernon is 1-0-1-0 vs Surrey at the Showcase

The Vipers last regular season win in Surrey was a 5-4 victory on Sunday, October 1st 2017

The Eagles last regular season win at home vs Vernon was a 8-4 victory on Sunday, November 6th 2016

Surrey's last regular season win in Vernon was a 6-5 overtime victory on Wednesday, October 10th 2018

The Vipers last regular season win at home vs Surrey was a 3-2 double overtime victory on Tuesday, February 23rd 2016

Here's a look at this year's regular season series vs Surrey

September 22nd Surrey vs Vernon (BCHL Showcase) Surrey won 2-1 Overtime
October 10th Surrey @ Vernon: Surrey won 6-5 Overtime
January 8th Vernon @ Surrey

Let's take a look at the Vernon Vipers:

The 14-16-7-3 Vernon Vipers make their first and only regular season visit to the South Surrey Arena are coming off a 3-2 overtime loss Saturday to the visiting Merritt Centennials. Since 2003 the Snakes have won 11 of their last fifteen visits to Surrey. This is the third meeting of the season vs the Eagles, with Surrey winning the previous two games, both in overtime. The Vipers have just four wins in their last twelve road games. Vernon comes into action this evening having lost three of their last five and seven of their last ten. The Vipers have just seven wins in their last twenty three games. Vernon sits last in the Interior division are two points back of Trail, four points back of Salmon Arm and seven points back of West Kelowna. The Vipers are fifteen points back of division leading Penticton.

Vernon Vipers Roster:

Josh Latta (14-13-27) leads the team in goals with fourteen, while Matt Kowalski (10-20-30) leads the team lead in points with thirty

Vernon Vipers 2018-19 regular season stats:

Games Played: 41
Wins: 14
Losses: 16
Overtime Wins: 1
Overtime Losses: 7
Shootout Wins: 0
Shootout Losses: 3
Home Record: 8-7-5-2
Road Record: 6-9-2-1
Overtime Record: 1-7
Record vs Interior Division: 11-12-4-1
Record vs Island & Mainland Divisions: 3-4-3-2
When the Vipers score first: 12-3-4-0
When the opponents score first: 2-13-3-3
Leading after the 1st period: 9-2-3-0
Tied after the 1st period: 5-6-3-1
Trailing after the 1st period: 0-6-1-2
Leading after the 2nd period: 12-2-5-1
Tied after the 2nd period: 2-8-2-1
Trailing after the 2nd period: 0-6-0-1
Out shooting opponents: 10-6-5-1
Out shot by opponents: 3-10-2-1
One goal games: 5-8-7-3
Goals for: 106
Goals against: 111
Standings: 7th Place (Interior Division)
Win-loss Streak: One game losing streak
Longest winning streak: Two games
Longest losing streak: Four games

Vernon Vipers Returning Players:

Jagger Williamson (98)
Connor Marritt (99)
Jesse Lansdell (98)
Coleton Bilodeau (00)
Josh Latta (98)
Michael Young (98)
Jack Judson (00)
Mitch Andres (98)

Vernon Vipers departed & traded players from last years team:

Brett Stapley (99)
Derek Brown (97)
Keyvan Mokhtari (98)
Josh Prokop (00)
Jordan Sandhu (99)
Niko Karamanis (98)
Alex Swetlikoff (01)
Jimmy Lambert (97)
Michael Ufberg (97)
Cameron Trott (97)
Shane Kelly (97)
Chris Jandric (98)
Anthony Yamnitsky (97)
Ty Taylor (99)

Vernon's home record vs Surrey this year:

0-0-2-0 (One game played in Chilliwack/BCHL Showcase)

Vernon's road record vs Surrey this year:


Vernon's scoring leaders vs Surrey this year:

Jesse Lansdell (2-0-2)
Josh Latta (1-1-2)
Mitch Andres (0-2-2)
Jack Judson (0-2-2)
Carver Watson (0-2-2)
Elan Bar-Lev-Wise (0-1-1)
Nicholas Cherkowski (0-1-1)
Michael Young (1-0-1)
Connor Marritt (0-1-1)
Teddy Wooding (1-0-1)

Aidan Porter (0-2 Record)

Let's take a look at the Surrey Eagles:

The 8-28-1-2 Surrey Eagles are coming off a 6-2 loss in Salmon Arm Saturday night. The Eagles return home from a two game road trip where they lost in Trail & Salmon Arm. Surrey has just one win on home ice this season, have lost fourteen straight at home. The Eagles last home win was a 3-2 shoot out victory over Prince George September 28th. Surrey has lost ten straight games and have just one win in their last nineteen games. Surrey sits last in the Mainland division are eighteen points back of Langley.

Surrey Eagles Roster:

Chase Stephenson (10-12-22) leads the team in goals with ten, while Ty Westgard (9-24-33) leads the team in points with thirty three

Chase Stevenson attended the Vipers training camp in 2016. Stevenson was placed on the injured reserve after being hurt during training camp. Stevenson was later released early into the 2016-17 regular season.

Surrey Eagles 2018-19 regular season stats:

Games Played: 39
Wins: 8
Losses: 28
Overtime Losses: 1
Shootout Losses: 2
Home Record: 1-13-1-2
Road Record: 7-15-0-0
Goals for: 99
Goals against: 174
Standings: 5th Place (Mainland Division)

Surrey Eagles Returning Players:

Caige Sterzer (00)
Aaron White (99)
Ty Westgard (98)
Cody Schiavon (00)
Perry Winfree (99)
Daniel Davidson (98)

Surrey Eagles departed and traded players from last years team:

Desi Burgart (98)
Jeffrey Stewart (98)
Jordan Robert (98)
Matthew Campese (97)
MacKenzie Merriman (00)
Ryan Brushett (98)
John Wesley (97)
Connor Sundquist (97)
Chase Danol (99)
Dryden Michaud (98)
Ty Schultz (97)
Jackson Ross (97)
Brendan Winslow (99)
Owen Norton (98)
Cory Babichuk (98)
Derrick Johnson (98)
Mario Cavaliere (97)

Surrey's home record vs Vernon this year:


Surrey's road record vs Vernon this year:

2-0-0-0  (One game played in Chilliwack/BCHL Showcase)

Surrey Eagles scoring leaders vs Vernon this year:

Riley Hayles (1-2-3)
Ty Westgard (1-1-2)
Justyn Gurney (0-2-2)
Mack Gray (0-1-1)
Andrew Clark (0-1-1)
Austin Herron (1-0-1)
Caige Sterzer (0-1-1)
Matthew McKim (1-0-1)
Max Mohagen (1-0-1)
Corey Clifton (0-1-1)
Cody Schiavon (0-1-1)
Holden Katzalay (1-0-1)

Daniel Davidson (1-0 Record)

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