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Vipers begin two game road trip in West Kelowna

Vernon (24-15-4-5) @ West Kelowna (28-12-3-3) 7pm

Tonight is the sixth game of seven meetings between the Vipers & Warriors. The season series is tied 2-2-1 after West Kelowna won the last meeting between these two teams after a 5-3 victory at home on January 17th. You can listen to tonight's game live with Graham Turnbull starting with the pre-game show at 6:45pm on 107.5 Kiss FM

Since the 2006-07 regular seasonVernon is 24-21-3-3 vs. West Kelowna

Since the 2006-07 regular season Vernon is 9-14-1-1 in West Kelowna

The Vipers are 4-5-1-0 in their last ten games vs West Kelowna

The Vipers are 1-8-0-1 vs West Kelowna in their last ten games at Royal Le Page Place

The Vipers have lost eight straight games at Royal Le Page Place

Vernon's last win at Royal Le Page Place was a 5-2 win back on Saturday, September 24th 2011

West Kelowna's last win at home vs Vernon was a 5-3 win on Friday, January 17th 2014

Lets take a look at the Vernon Vipers:

The Vernon Vipers visit Royal Le Page Place for the third and final time this season are coming off a 5-0 win last night over the visiting Trail Smoke Eaters. Tonight is the first game of a two game road trip. Vernon's last win away from home was a 3-2 win in Cowichan Valley on December 7th. The Vipers play four of their next five games away from home. With the win over Trail the Vipers snapped a three game winless streak have won twice in their last five games and are 4-4-1-1 in their last ten games. The Vipers have just four wins in their last twelve games. Vernon sits in 3rd place are five points back of 2nd place West Kelowna and are four points up on 5th place Merritt and three points up on 4th place Salmon Arm. The Vipers have lost eight straight games at Royal Le Page Place and have just two wins in their last ten games in West Kelowna. Vernon's last win at Royal Le Page Place was a 5-2 win back on Saturday, September 24th 2011.

Brett Mulcahy (26-13-39) leads the Vipers in goals with twenty six while Michael Mcnicholas (21-37-58) leads the Vipers in points with fifty eight.

Games Played: 48
Wins: 24
Losses: 15
Ties: 4
Overtime Losses: 5
Home Record: 14-5-3-3
Road Record: 10-10-1-2
Overtime Record: 3-5-4
Record vs Interior Division: 10-10-1-4
Record vs Island & Mainland Divisions: 12-5-2-1
Record in September: 3-3-1-2
Record in October: 6-3-0-1
Record in November: 6-1-2-1
Record in December: 5-3-0-0
Record in January: 4-5-1-1
When the Vipers score first: 20-5-3-3
When the opponents score first: 4-9-1-2
Leading after 1st Period: 14-3-2-3
Tied after 1st Period: 7-6-1-1
Trailing after 1st Period: 2-5-1-1
Leading after 2nd Period: 16-2-2-1
Tied after 2nd Period: 4-5-2-4
Trailing after 2nd Period: 4-7-0-0
Out shooting Opponents: 13-4-2-1
Out shot by Opponents: 11-8-2-2
One goal games: 8-1-2-5
Goals For: 153
Goals Against: 144
Streak: One game winning streak
Standings: 3rd Place Interior Division

Lets take a look at the West Kelowna Warriors:

The West Kelowna Warriors are coming off a 2-1 double overtime loss in Merritt Friday night. The loss snaps the Warriors nine game unbeaten streak. Friday's loss was West Kelowna's first and only loss in the month of January. West Kelowna is 7-0-2-1 in their last ten games have won three of their last five games and have atleast a point in thirteen straight games. West Kelowna sits in 2nd place are just two points back of Division leading Penticton and are five points up on 3rd place Vernon. The Warriors have won eight straight at home over the Vipers.

Jason Cotton (21-28-49) leads the team in goals with twenty one and in points with fourty nine.

West Kelowna Warriors 2013-14 Regular Season Stats::

Games Played: 46
Wins: 28
Losses: 12
Ties: 3
Overtime Losses: 3
Home Record: 14-8-1-0
Road Record: 14-4-2-3
Overtime Record: 2-2-3
Record vs Interior Division: 17-7-1-1
Record vs Island & Mainland Divisions: 11-5-2-2
Record in September: 6-2-0-0
Record in October: 6-2-0-2
Record in November: 3-6-1-0
Record in December: 6-2
Record in January: 7-0-2-1
Goals For: 169
Goals Against: 129
Streak: One game losing streak
Place: 2nd Place Interior Division

The Vipers next action is Friday night in Langley before returning home the following night Saturday, February 8th 7pm vs the Langley Rivermen

For more information on tickets please call the Vipers office at 250-542-6022

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