Unfortunate Friday the 13th as Penticton Vees fall to Vernon Vipers – Penticton Western Information

Unlucky Friday the 13th as Penticton Vees fall to Vernon Vipers - Penticton Western News

It was an unfortunate Friday the 13th because the Penticton Vees fell to the Vernon Vipers 2-Zero at Kal Tire Place.
The Vipers first hit the scoreboard at 1:48 within the first interval because of a rush led by Matt Kowalski.
Kowalski was in a position to carry the puck to contained in the blue line after which to the suitable wing the place Seiya Tanaka-Campbell took over and fired it previous Vees goalie Carl Stankowski on the glove facet.
Regardless of bringing the strain to the Vipers finish, Penticton wasn’t in a position to get the puck previous goalie James Porter Jr. who stopped all 13 photographs within the first body.

Vernon scores early within the interval and takes a 1-Zero lead. A great push by the Vees however held off the scoresheet within the opening body. SOG 13-9 Penticton after 20 minutes#BCHL pic.twitter.com/eGGkz6fj8N
— Penticton Vees (@PentictonVees) December 14, 2019

Porter saved his cool within the second interval, making a terrific save after Liam Malmquist despatched a slapshot his approach from the left face-off circle.
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Jackson Niedermayer was additionally stuffed by Porter when he took a cross from the left wing nook from Danny Weight and took a pair photographs in entrance of the web that Porter blocked together with his proper pad.
Penticton ended up out-shooting Vernon within the third interval 11 to 4 however Porter noticed to it that the Vees wouldn’t get on the scoreboard.
The Vipers prolonged their lead at 18:06 within the third interval because of Trey Taylor who beat Stankowski blocker facet after taking a cross from Tanaka-Campbell.

The Vees throw 42 photographs on objective however fall to the Vipers by a 2-Zero rating#BCHL pic.twitter.com/PX3zA9JQ5e
— Penticton Vees (@PentictonVees) December 14, 2019

Total, Porter turned apart all 42 photographs despatched his approach whereas Stankowski stopped 20 out of 22.
This home-and-home sequence wraps up tonight with the Vipers and Vees going through off on the South Okanagan Occasions Centre at 6 p.m.
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