BCHL Double Round-Robin: GM 1 vs. Nanaimo

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 Round-Robin game-tracker 

Venue: SOEC

Face-Off: 7pm

Season Series: Nov 8th 3-2 (OT) Nanaimo, Feb 13th 4-2 Penticton

Vees Round-Robin Schedule

March 25th vs. Nanaimo (SOEC) 7pm

March 29th at Chilliwack 7pm

March 31st vs. Chilliwack (SOEC) 7pm

April 2nd at Nanaimo 7pm

Penticton

 

 

 

Playoff Scoring

Demico Hannoun 3-10-13
Gabe Bast 1-5-6
Jack Ramsey 2-2-4
Connor Chartier 7-4-11
Cody DePourcq 1-5-6
Cam Amantea 3-0-3
Dakota Conroy 4-6-10
Jarod Hilderman 0-6-6
Patrick Sexton 1-2-3
Tyson Jost 6-3-9
Lewis Zerter-Gossage 1-5-6
Mitch Newsome 1-1-2
Matt Serratore 4-3-7
Miles Gendron 0-6-6
Mike Lee 0-2-2
Dante Fabbro 2-5-7
Steen Cooper 2-3-5
Pat Newell 2-5-7
Riley Alferd 3-1-4

Regular Season Scoring vs. Nanaimo

Demico Hannoun 2-1-3
Lewis Zerter-Gossage 1-0-1
Tyson Jost 0-3-3
Gabe Bast 0-1-1
Patrick Newell 0-2-2
Dakota Conroy 0-1-1
Riley Alferd 1-0-1
Cody DePourcq 0-1-1
Connor Chartier 1-0-1
Mike Lee 0-1-1
Jack Ramsey 1-0-1
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Playoff Scoring

Jacob Jackson 8-4-12
Jacob Hanlon 1-5-6
Corey Renwick 0-3-3
Nicholas Gushue 5-5-10
Spencer Hewson 4-1-5
Kale Bennett 1-1-2
Brendan Taylor 3-7-10
Devin Brosseau 1-4-5
Ryan Coghlan 0-2-2
Brett Roulston 4-5-9
Austin Dick 1-2-3
Edwin Hookenson 0-2-2
Cole Maier 2-5-7
Ryan Forbes 1-2-3
Nicholas Carrier 4-2-6
Sheldon Rempal 1-2-3
Anthony Rinaldi 2-4-6
Yanni Kaldis 1-2-3

Regular Season Scoring vs. Penticton

Yanni Kaldis 1-2-3
Brendan Taylor 0-1-1
Jacob Jackson 1-1-2
Cole Maier 0-1-1
Brett Roulston 0-2-2
Nicolas Carrier 1-1-2
Nicolas Gushue 1-0-1
Sheldon Rempal 1-0-1
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The Vees kick-off the BCHL Double Round-Robin tonight at the SOEC, as they host the Island Division Champion Nanaimo Clippers.

The Vees are coming off an emotional, hard-fought seven game series against the Vernon Vipers. Co-Captain Patrick Sexton was the hero in game seven, scoring the game-winner with under three-minutes left in the third.

Now the Vees have to refocus as they face the team that finished right behind them in the BCHL regular season standings. Nanaimo finished second in the overall standings compiling a 37-16-0-5 record.

The Clips’ have experience not one but two game sevens already in the BCHL post-season. Nanaimo almost squandered a 3-0 series lead against Alberni Valley before picking up a 3-1 win in the series deciding game. Then it was a seven-game Island Division Final against the Powell River Kings. Nanaimo crowned the Kings 3-2 last Sunday to punch their ticket to the BCHL Double Round-Robin.

Jacob Jackson leads the Clippers in playoff scoring with eight goals and 12 points in 14 games. Defenseman Nic Gushue is right behind him with five goals and five helpers. Gushue is also tied for a team-best plus/minus rating of +4. 20-year-old goaltender Guillaume Decelles has played every minute of every playoff game for Nanaimo, and is 8-6 with an impressive .937 save-percentage.

The Vees have won their last two games, both when facing elimination and are looking for more success on home ice. The Vees are 5-0-2 at the SOEC in the post-season and those two losses came in overtime. The Vees are 4-0-1 in their last five home games in the playoffs.

Demico Hannoun leads the Vees in playoff scoring with three goals and 13 points, two points clear of Connor Chartier (7-4-11) who sits second. Dakota Conroy rounds out the top three for the Vees, as he has four goals and 10 points in 12 games.  Hunter Miska is 8-4 in the playoffs with tidy .935 save-percentage to go along with a pair of shutouts.

Lewis Zerter-Gossage sustained an upper-body injury in game seven against Vernon and will be unavailable for the immediate future. Mitch Newsome will slide back into the line-up in replace of Zerter-Gossage.

The Vees and Clippers split their two-game season series, with both teams picking up wins on home ice. Nanaimo was 3-2 in overtime on November 8th, and the Vees doubled up the Shipmen 4-2 on February 13th.

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About CBeauchemin

Director of Broadcasting & Communication for the Penticton Vees
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One Response to BCHL Double Round-Robin: GM 1 vs. Nanaimo

  1. Jean Mitchell says:

    Thx 4 this. I’m READY! See y’all at the rink😊

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