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Duncan Keith and Kyle Turris to act as guest coaches for Top Prospects Game

Three-time Stanley Cup Champion and former Penticton Panthers defenceman Duncan Keith, along with Burnaby Express alumnus and 14-year NHLer Kyle Turris, will be guest coaches for the 2023 BCHL Top Prospects Game on Friday night in Penticton. Keith will man the Team East bench alongside Penticton Vees head coach Fred Harbinson, while Turris will be […]

2011-12 Penticton Vees to be inducted into BC Sports Hall of Fame

Earlier this week, the BC Sports Hall of Fame announced their upcoming induction class and the 2011-12 Penticton Vees are set to be enshrined in the team category. That year, the Vees finished the BC Hockey League regular season with a 54-4-0-2 record and set a Canadian Junior A record for most consecutive regular-season wins with […]

BCHL Next Generation: Penticton Vees

In the weeks leading up to the start of the 2022-23 season, we will be going team-by-team to profile new players coming in for the upcoming year. This will include recaps of offseason commitments and acquisitions, as well as scouting reports from the coaches. We will start with the Interior Conference. Next up is the […]

Record-setting 2011-12 Penticton Vees to be inducted to BC Hockey Hall of Fame

The 2011-12 Penticton Vees team who won the Fred Page Cup, Doyle Cup and National Championship, while also setting the record for the longest winning streak in Canadian Junior A history, will be inducted into the BC Hockey Hall of Fame on July 22. That season, the Vees won 42 consecutive regular-season games from November […]

Penticton Vees capture 2021-22 Fred Page Cup championship

The Penticton Vees defeated the Nanaimo Clippers 8-2 in Game 4 of the Fred Page Cup Finals, completing the sweep of the championship series and earning the franchise’s 13th title. The Vees dropped their playoff opener in Round 1, then reeled off 16 straight wins to win the championship. Bradly Nadeau led the way in […]

BCHL announces 2021-22 year-end award winners

The BCHL announced the winners of its year-end awards today for the 2021-22 season. Three award finalists for each trophy were determined after a round of voting by the 18 league head coaches. Winners were selected after a second round of voting by the same coaches. Vern Dye Memorial Trophy (Most Valuable Player) Simon Tassy […]

BCHL announces year-end awards finalists

The BC Hockey League has unveiled the finalists for the league’s year-end awards. Three nominees were announced for each award, including the Vern Dye Memorial Trophy for Most Valuable Player, Bruce Allison Memorial Trophy for Rookie of the Year, Best Defenceman, Best Goaltender, Bob Fenton Trophy for Most Sportsmanlike Player and the Joe Tennant Memorial […]

BCHL Podcast: Mar. 11 (Fred Harbinson & Brendan Morrison)

On this week’s episode, we speak with Penticton Vees head coach Fred Harbinson (2:39) who reflects on his 15 years in the league after recording his 600th BCHL win last weekend. We also have an interview with Penticton Panthers alumnus and longtime NHLer Brendan Morrison (23:10) who tells us about his time in the BCHL, […]

BCHL Next Generation: Penticton Vees

In the weeks leading up to the start of the 2021-22 regular season, we will be going team-by-team to profile new players coming in for the upcoming year. This will include recaps of offseason commitments and acquisitions, as well as scouting reports from the coaches. Next up is the Penticton Vees. The Vees finished with […]

Martini reflects on 5-year, 200-game BCHL career

Photo credit: Garrett James Photography By Sheldon Lee For the Penticton Vees, it was yet another spectacular season. The club ended this year’s condensed schedule with the highest point total in the BCHL, finishing an almost-perfect season with 37 of a possible 40 points over 20 games. In those 20 games, the Vees only surrendered […]