Saturday, February 9, 2019

Game Preview: Penticton @ Vernon:

Penticton (33-14-2-2) @ Vernon (23-19-7-3) 6pm

Tonight is the sixth and final regular season meeting between the Vernon Vipers & Penticton Vees. The Vees lead the season series 3-2

Last Game:

Friday, February 8th Vernon defeated Penticton 3-2 Overtime

Next Game:

February 15th Nanaimo @ Vernon
February 13th Penticton @ Trail

Vernon's record & stats vs the Vees since 2002

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Since the 2002-03 regular season Vernon is 46-47-9-5 vs Penticton

Since the 2002-03 regular season Penticton has outscored Vernon 308-292

Since the 2003-04 regular season Vernon is 23-19-3-2 at home vs. Penticton

Since the 2003-04 regular season Vernon is 20-24-2-4 in Penticton

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

The Vees are 6-3-0-1-0 in their last ten games in Vernon

The Vipers are 3-4-2-1 in their last ten games in Penticton

The Vipers last regular season win at home vs. Penticton was a 2-1 victory on Saturday, October 6th 2018

The Vees last regular season win in Vernon was a 3-2 overtime victory on Wednesday, November 7th 2018

The Vipers last regular season win in Penticton was a 3-2 overtime victory on Friday, February 8th 2019

The Vees last regular season win at home vs. Vernon was a 2-1 victory on Wednesday, December 19th 2018

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

October 5th Vernon @ Penticton: Vees won 3-0 
October 6th Penticton @ Vernon: Vipers won 2-1
November 7th Penticton @ Vernon: Vees won 3-2 overtime
December 19th Vernon @ Penticton: Vees won 2-1
February 8th Vernon @ Penticton: Vipers won 3-2 overtime
February 9th Penticton @ Vernon

Let's take a look at the Vernon Vipers:

The 23-19-7-3 Vernon Vipers are coming off a 3-2 overtime victory last night in Penticton. Tonight's the first game of a two game home stand as the Vipers will finish the 2018-19 regular season with four of their final six games at Kal Tire Place. The Snakes have lost two straight and three of their last five home games. The Vipers have won four of their last five games and twelve of their last fourteen. Vernon has at least a point in twelve of their last sixteen games. Vernon sits 5th in the Interior division are eight points up on last place Trail, three points up on 6th place West Kelowna, a point back of 4th place Salmon Arm and six points back of 3rd place Wenatchee.

Vernon Vipers Roster:

Josh Latta (19-19-38) leads the team in goals with nineteen & in points with thirty eight

Vernon Vipers 2018-19 regular season stats:

Games Played: 53
Wins: 23
Losses: 19
Overtime Wins: 2
Overtime Losses: 7
Shootout Wins: 1
Shootout Losses: 3
Home Record: 10-9-5-2
Road Record: 13-10-2-1
Overtime Record: 2-7
Record vs Interior Division: 16-12-4-1
Record vs Island & Mainland Divisions: 7-7-3-2
When the Vipers score first: 17-4-4-0
When the opponents score first: 6-15-3-3
Leading after the 1st period: 13-2-3-0
Tied after the 1st period: 8-7-3-1
Trailing after the 1st period: 2-8-1-2
Leading after the 2nd period: 17-3-5-1
Tied after the 2nd period: 4-8-2-1
Trailing after the 2nd period: 2-8-0-1
Out shooting opponents: 18-8-5-1
Out shot by opponents: 3-10-2-1
One goal games: 8-9-7-3
Goals for: 143
Goals against: 134
Standings: 5th Place (Interior Division)
Win-loss Streak: One game winning streak
Longest winning streak: Four 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)

Vernon Vipers departed & traded players from last years team:

Brett Stapley (99)
Derek Brown (97)
Keyvan Mokhtari (98)
Josh Prokop (00)
Alex Swetlikoff (01)
Mitch Andres (98)
Jordan Sandhu (99)
Niko Karamanis (98)
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 Penticton this year:


Vernon's road record vs Penticton this year:


Vernon's scoring leaders vs Penticton this year:

Jack Judson (0-4-4)
Jagger Williamson (0-2-2)
Lane Zablocki (2-0-2)
Josh Latta (1-1-2)
Jesse Lansdell (1-1-2)
Carver Watson (0-1-1)
Elan Bar-Lev-Wise (1-0-1)
Ben Sanderson (1-0-1)
Nicholas Cherkowski (0-1-1)
Matt Kowalski (0-1-1)
Connor Marritt (0-1-1)
Jack Judson (1-0-1)

Aidan Porter (2-2)
Bradley Cooper (0-1 Record)

Let's take a look at the Penticton Vees:

The 33-14-2-2 defending Interior Division Pennant Champion Penticton Vees make their third and final regular season visit to Kal Tire Place are coming off a 3-2 overtime loss Friday to the visiting Vernon Vipers. The last time the Vees were in Vernon, Penticton won 3-2 in overtime November 7th 2018. Tonight's the second game of a home and home series with the Vees leading the regular season series 3-2. Tonight's the first game of a two game road trip as Penticton will play four of their final seven games at home. The Vees have lost two straight on the road but won six of their last eight games away from home. The Vees enter tonight, have lost back to back games and three of their last five but won seven of their last ten games. Penticton sits atop the division are fourteen points up on Vernon and three points up on 2nd place Merritt.

Penticton Vees Roster:

Eric Linell (26-27-53) leads the team lead in goals with twenty six, while James Miller (18-38-56) leads the team in points with fifty six

Penticton Vees 2018-19 regular season stats:

Games Played: 51
Wins: 33
Losses: 14
Overtime Losses: 2
Shootout Losses: 2
Home Record: 20-4-1-1
Road Record: 13-10-1-1
Goals for: 175
Goals against: 128
Standings: 1st Place (Interior Division)

Penticton Vees Returning Players:

Ryan Sandelin (99)
Massimo Rizzo (01)
Jack Barnes (00)
Lukas Sillinger (00)
Cassidy Bowes (99)
James Miller (98)

Penticton Vees departed and traded players from last years team:

Jackson Keane (97)
Dakota Boutin (97)
Jared Nash (98)
Owen Sillinger (97)
Kenny Johnson (98)
Marcus Mitchell (98)
Wyatt Sloboshan (97)
Taylor Ward (98)
Chris Klack (97)
Grant Cruikshank (98)
Henry Enebak (98)
Shane Allen (97)
Ocean Wiesblatt (99)
Niky Leivermann (98)
Jordan Henderson (97)
Luke Reid (01)
Michael Campoli (98)
Jonny Tychonick (00)
Ryan O'Connell (99)
Adam Scheel (99)
Nolan Hildebrand (98)

Penticton's home record vs Vernon this year:


Penticton's road record vs Vernon this year:


Penticton's scoring leaders vs Vernon this year: 

James Miller (2-3-5) 
Eric Linell (2-3-5) 
David Silye (0-4-4) 
Ryan Sandelin (2-1-3) 
Jack Lagerstrom (0-3-3) 
Massimo Rizzo (0-3-3)
Jack Barnes (1-0-1) 
Kenny Johnson (1-0-1)
Andre Ghantous (0-1-1)
Luke Loheit (1-0-1)
Lukas Sillinger (1-0-1)
Evan McIntyre (0-1-1)
Carson Kosobud (0-1-1)
Mason Snell (1-0-1)
Peter Muzyka (0-1-1)

Jack LaFontaine (3-2 Record-1 Shutout)


vipersdiehardfan said...

I heard the Vees left Penticton this morning at 11am on route for Vernon, due to the highway closed in Summerland.

Anonymous said...

GO, VIPERS, GO. Full sixty and who knows. Good Luck.