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Penticton, BC: The Penticton Vees (38-12-2-3) finished their final road trip of the year with four of a possible six points after a 5-3 win over the Surrey Eagles, and now they finish the road portion of the 2017-18 schedule against the Salmon Arm Silverb...

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Surrey, BC: The Penticton Vees (38-12-2-3) scored twice in the opening three minutes of the third period en route to a 5-3 win over the Surrey Eagles (25-22-6-2) Sunday night, remaining in first place in the BCHL standings. Surrey opened the scoring as Je...

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Langley, BC: The Penticton Vees (37-12-2-3) comeback fell a goal short in Langley last night before Brendan Budy hit the empty net to seal a 5-3 Rivermen win, but the Vees have to refocus for their 4:00 pm game against the Surrey Eagles (25-21-6-2) to fin...

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Langley, BC: The Penticton Vees (37-12-2-3) made a valiant comeback effort Saturday night, but falling behind 3-0 after the opening 20 minutes against the Langley Rivermen (23-19-10-2) proved to be too much in a 5-3 loss. Early in the game, while the Vees...

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Langley, BC: The Penticton Vees (37-11-2-3) started their road trip off on the right foot with a 5-1 win over the Coquitlam Express Friday night, and now take on another struggling Mainland team, the Langley Rivermen (22-19-10-2). Friday, Nicky Leivermann...

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Coquitlam, BC: The Penticton Vees (37-11-2-3) finished off their home and home series against the Coquitlam Express (14-37-1-3) with a 5-1 win Friday night, sweeping the series while outscoring Coquitlam 12-1. The Vees were awarded a power play nearly sev...

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Penticton, BC: The Penticton Vees (36-11-2-3) pounded the Coquitlam Express (14-36-1-3) 7-1 on home ice Wednesday night and will be looking for more of the same as they begin a three-game road trip against the Express Friday night. Wednesday was a tight m...

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Penticton, BC: The Penticton Vees (36-11-2-3) were in a tight battle against the Coquitlam Express (14-36-1-3) at the South Okanagan Events Centre early in the third period, but a five-goal explosion in the 10 minute span lead the Vees to a 7-1 win. Coqui...

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Penticton, BC: The Penticton Vees (35-11-2-3) are still in first place in the BCHL after their loss to the Vernon Vipers Saturday with their two games in hand. One of those games goes Wednesday as the Vees host the Coquitlam Express (14-35-1-3) at the Sou...

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Penticton, BC: The Penticton Vees (35-11-2-3) battled back twice to make it a one-goal game, but the Vernon Vipers (35-13-1-4) scored the only goal of the third period en route to a 5-2 Penticton loss at home. The Vipers opened the scoring halfway through...

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Vees win 5-3 over Surrey to finish the road trip! Goals from Chris Klack (x2), Owen Sillinger, Michael Campoli and Dakota Boutin along with 30 saves from Adam Scheel. Vees in Salmon Arm Wednesday for the final road game of the year. ... See MoreSee Less

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The Vees comeback fell just short last night in Langley. Now the Vees shift their focus to the Surrey Eagles - South Surrey Arena for a 4:00 game.

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