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B.C. Hockey League clubs have been sent back to their dressing rooms to continue awaiting the start of the regular season.

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No other players or staff members belonging to the Penticton Vees have been diagnosed with COVID-19 beyond a single player whose positive test was announced Nov. 27, the B.C. Hockey League club said Friday.

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It was an unusual off-season for Kootenay International Junior Hockey League teams because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The lone American club in the B.C. Hockey League has pulled the plug on its 2020-21 season as a result of complications arising from the pandemic – not the least of which are international travel restrictions.

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Eight players from the B.C. Hockey League made it onto the NHL Central Scouting Bureau’s list of players to watch for the 2021 entry draft – and four of them belong to the Penticton Vees.

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Yaniv Perets notched his second shutout of the extended pre-season and the Penticton Vees extended their unbeaten streak to eight games after pummelling the West Kelowna Warriors in a weekend home-and-home set.

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Four different players lit the lamp and Kaden Lane stopped all 18 shots he faced as the Penticton Vees blanked the Vernon Vipers 4-0 in BCHL exhibition action Wednesday night at the South Okanagan Events Centre.

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How’s this for a hot start? Through two games in the Okanagan Cup, the Penticton Vees are undefeated and have outscored the opposition 15-2.

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Game over.

The heavily-favoured Penticton Vees finished off the West Kelowna Warriors on Wednesday night, but it was not easy.

Head coach Fred Harbinson is saying all the right things with his Penticton Vees in complete control of their first-round playoff series against the West Kelowna Warriors.

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The Penticton Vees typically don’t take many penalties, but Tyler Ho showed just how dangerous they can be even when shorthanded.

The Penticton Vees have long-term aspirations of playing hockey deep into May, but their immediate focus extends no further than Thursday night.

The Penticton Grant Thornton Vees wrapped up an undefeated regular season in midget tier 2 hockey league play.

Captain David Silye was named the Penticton Vees most valuable player in an awards ceremony on the ice that followed Penticton’s final regular season game on Saturday.

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The Penticton Vees halted the Wenatchee Wild’s seven-game winning streak and prevented the U.S.-based team from clinching third place in the Interior Division.

The games don’t mean a lot in the standings for the Penticton Vees, but don’t expect them to ease up on the throttle as they close out the BCHL regular season this weekend.

After a disappointing loss to the Coquitlam Express one night earlier, a dramatic and uplifting victory was just what the Penticton Vees needed.

The Penticton Vees first-round playoff opponent, as well as their chances of finishing in first place overall, became clearer after a trio of Tuesday night games in the B.C. Hockey League.

The Penticton Vees clinched a ninth straight Interior Division pennant by virtue of getting a point after their game with the West Kelowna Warriors was tied after 60 minutes.

Two red-hot teams from opposing conferences lock up in the final “Wicked Wednesday” tilt of the season at the South Okanagan Events Centre.

The B.C. Hockey League board of governors voted to change to two-conference system with the expansion Cranbrook Bucks entering the fold in the 2020-21 season.

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One more honour awaits the national champion 2012 Penticton Vees, the BC Hockey Hall of Fame announced Monday.