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Nadeau named BCHL First Star of the Week

PENTICTON, B.C. – The BC Hockey League (BCHL) announced the Three Stars of the Week on Monday, with Penticton Vees forward Bradly Nadeau named the First Star, for the week ending March 12th.

1st Star- Bradly Nadeau

Nadeau led the BCHL in scoring last week, after he posted eight points (4G, 4A) in Penticton’s two wins over Langley and Merritt. In Friday’s 9-2 victory against the Rivermen, Nadeau had five points, including a pair of third period goals. The Vees led 3-2 going into the final frame, before the 17-year-old exploded with four points, including a pair of goals.

Saturday, the future University of Maine Black Bear had three points (2G, 1A) and another two-goal outing, in Penticton’s 6-3 win over the Centennials. Nadeau scored on the power play in the first period and added another tally in the final frame, as the Vees won their 10th-straight.

The 2023 NHL Draft prospect has eclipsed the 100-point plateau and has also surpassed the 40-goal mark. Nadeau leads the BCHL in both goals (42) and points (102). He is the third BCHL player to reach 100 points since the 2018-19 season. Nadeau has registered two or more points in each of his last nine goals and enters this week on a 10-game point streak.

Honourable Mentions

Josh Nadeau: GP 2-3G-3A-6PTS

Frank Djurasevic GP 2-0G-5A-5PTS

Aydar Suniev GP 2 1G-4A-5PTS

The Vees (45-3-0-1) return to action Friday, March 17th, against the Nanaimo Clippers at the SOEC. It’s a rematch of the 2022 Fred Page Cup and is a showdown of the top two teams in the BCHL’s overall standings. Fans can get their tickets at the Valley First box office, or online at