The Penticton Vees will enjoy a steady diet of home cooking in the final five weeks of the regular season as they look to wrap up a ninth straight Interior Division pennant.

Penticton Vees forward Danny Weight is among five BCHL players listed on NHL Central Scouting’s midterm ranking of prospects ahead of the 2020 NHL Entry Draft in Montreal in June.

With 1955 world hockey championship-winning goaltender Ivan McLelland and 3,300 fans in the house, the Penticton Vees weren’t going to be denied.

The Penticton Vees and Trail Smoke Eaters couldn’t have scripted it much better for “World Championship Weekend”.

A three-goal explosion late in the second period and some spectacular goaltending lifted the Penticton Vees to an important home-ice win over the Langley Rivermen.

With “World Championship Weekend” looming, the Penticton Vees know they can’t lose sight of the fact they have a tough test before that.

The Penticton Vees showed no ill effects of a 10-day holiday layoff as they opened 2020 with a key divisional road victory over their biggest rival.


A two-goal rally with under four minutes to play wasn’t quite enough to help the Penticton Vees score a win over the visiting Cowichan Valley Capitals on Saturday night at the South Okanagan Events Centre.

The Penticton Vees have set themselves up nicely to capture an unprecedented ninth straight Interior Division pennant in a few months’ time.

It will be a Friday the 13th in Vernon as the Penticton Vees make their first visit to Kal Tire Place this season.

Jackson Niedermayer and Danny Weight helped a short-staffed Penticton Vees team get past the pesky West Kelowna Warriors.

The Penticton Vees put the Teddy Bear Toss to bed in a hurry and Tyler Ho and Tristan Amonte stole the show from there.

Eleven B.C. Hockey League players made the final cut for the Canada West team that will compete in the World Junior-A Challenge Dec. 7-15 in Dawson Creek.

The Penticton Vees will look to continue their winning streak against the Wenatchee Wild this season and extend their lead atop the BCHL’s Interior Division.

There’s no place like away from home this season for the Penticton Vees - with Merritt being their favourite travel destination.

The Brooks Bandits are back on top of the Canadian Junior Hockey League weekly rankings while the Penticton Vees held on to the No. 17 spot despite losing two out of three games.

It was a banged-up group of Penticton Vees that limped home in the wee hours of Thursday morning after a tough stretch of five games in eight nights against quality teams.

After a hard-fought win in a bruising encounter in Langley 24 hours earlier, the Penticton Vees road show got derailed by the Coquitlam Express.

With first place in the Interior Division on the line, the Penticton Vees and Salmon Arm Silverbacks open a home-and-home series Wednesday night at Shaw Centre in Salmon Arm.

The Brooks Bandits 55-game regular season winning streak came to an end and so did their reign atop the Canadian Junior Hockey League rankings, while the Penticton Vees fell six spots despite losing just one of their last eight games.

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