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About frodgers

Director of Broadcasting & Media Relations for the Penticton Vees

Vees Land in McMurray; WCC Details

The Penticton Vees have settled into their new surroundings in the Alberta north, as the team has landed in Fort McMurray for the 2015 Crescent Point Energy Western Canada Cup. The team took off from Kelowna in the morning, had … Continue reading

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Fred Page Cup OT Hero Named BCHL POW

Penticton Vees forward Dakota Conroy has been named the BCHL “Player of the Week” for the week ending April 19th, the league office announced Monday. Conroy led all scorers last week in the Fred Page Cup Final and ended the … Continue reading

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Video Highlights: Vees Fred Page Cup Win

Courtesy of Vees Videographer, Jayson Moonie, here’s the highlights of the Vees’ game six win over the Nanaimo Clippers from Friday night.

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Looking Back at the Fred Page Cup

Fred Page Cup GM 6-Full Highlights Dakota Conroy Post-Game Patrick Sexton Post-Game Fred Harbinson Post-Game So, that was something wasn’t it? Dakota Conroy’s name will now be part of Penticton Vees history. The 20-year-old Edmonton, Alberta, native scored just two-minutes … Continue reading

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Conroy the OT Hero, Vees are Fred Page Cup Champs

                Dakota Conroy scores the Fred Page Cup Winning Goal in OT    

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FPC GM 6: Vees a Win Away from BCHL Championship

Penticton Vees (14-4-0-3) (44-9-3-2, 1st in Interior) Nanaimo Clippers (12-8-0-2) (37-16-0-5, 1st in Island) Venue: Frank Crane Arena Face-Off: 7pm Season Series: Nov 8th 3-2 (OT) Nanaimo, Feb 13th 4-2 Penticton Round-Robin Series: March 25th 4-1 Penticton, April 2nd 2-0 … Continue reading

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Vees Rally in the Third, Grab First Series Lead

GAME RECAP  BOXSCORE  VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS   To steal a term from baseball, the Vees put the rally caps on in the third period in game five and it worked. Down 2-1 with just over eight-minutes left in the third, the Vees … Continue reading

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