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Vipers & Rivermen meet in re-match

Langley (31-12-2-5) @ Vernon (25-15-4-6) 7:30pm

Tonight is the second and final meeting between the Vipers & Rivermen. Langley leads the season series 1-0 after a 2-1 double overtime victory over Vernon last night in Langley.  Tonight's game has been moved to 7:30pm due to bus problems with the Rivermen bus.  (Posted on the Vipers & Rivermen twitter accounts).  You can listen to tonight's game live with Todd Miller (covering for Graham Turnbull) starting with the pre-game show starting at 7:15pm on 107.5 Kiss FM.

Since the 2003-04 regular season Vernon is 10-5-1-4 vs. Langley

Since the 2003-04 regular season Vernon is 5-2-0-1 at home vs. Langley

Langley has won six straight over Vernon

Vernon's last win at home vs Langley was a 5-1 victory back on Saturday, January 30th 2010

Langleys last win in Vernon was a 3-2 overtime victory back on Saturday, February 23rd 2013

Lets take a look at the Vernon Vipers:

The Vernon Vipers return home after going 1-1 on a two game road trip where they fell 2-1 in double overtime last night in Langley. Tonight is the second game of a home and home series between the Vipers & Rivermen. The Vipers have won two of their last five games. Vernon is 4-4-1-1 in their last ten games and have just six wins in their last sixteen games. The Vipers sit in 3rd place are six points back of 2nd place West Kelowna and four points up on 4th place Salmon Arm and five points up on 5th place Merritt.

Brett Mulcahy (27-14-41) leads the Vipers in goals with twenty seven while Michael Mcnicholas (21-40-61) leads the Vipers in points with sixty one.

Games Played: 50

Wins: 25

Losses: 15

Ties: 4

Overtime Losses: 6

Home Record: 14-5-3-3

Road Record: 11-10-1-3

Overtime Record: 3-6-4

Record vs Interior Division: 11-10-1-4

Record vs Island & Mainland Divisions: 12-5-2-2

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

Record in February: 1-0-0-1

When the Vipers score first: 21-5-3-3

When the opponents score first: 4-9-1-3

Leading after 1st Period: 15-3-2-3

Tied after 1st Period: 7-6-1-1

Trailing after 1st Period: 2-5-1-2

Leading after 2nd Period: 17-2-2-1

Tied after 2nd Period: 4-5-2-4

Trailing after 2nd Period: 4-7-0-1

Out shooting Opponents: 13-4-2-1

Out shot by Opponents: 12-8-2-3

One goal games: 8-1-2-6

Goals For: 160

Goals Against: 148

Streak: One game losing streak

Standings: 3rd Place Interior Division

Lets take a look at the Langley Rivermen:

The Langley Rivermen make their first and only visit of the regular season to Kal Tire Place are riding a two game winning streak after a 2-1 double overtime victory over the Vipers last night in Langley. Tonight is the first game of a three game road trip where Langley has won six straight over Vernon going back to the 2009 season. The Rivermen sit 1st in the Mainland Division tied with Powell River for the top two teams in the BCHL. Langley is unbeaten in their last four games have atleast a point in their last eleven games are 8-0-1-1 in their last ten games.

Mitch McLain (21-33-54) & Matt Ustaski (21-17-38) both lead the Rivermen in goals with twenty one while Mitch McLain (21-33-54) leads the team in points with fifty four.

Games Played: 50

Wins: 31

Losses: 12

Ties: 2

Overtime Losses: 5

Home Record: 17-5-1-3

Road Record: 14-7-1-2

Overtime Record: 9-5-2

Record vs Interior Division: 8-3-1-0

Record vs Island & Mainland Divisions: 23-9-1-4

Record in September: 4-3-0-1

Record in October: 8-2-1-0

Record in November: 6-5-0-1

Record in December: 4-2-0-2

Record in January: 8-0-1-1

Record in February: 1-0-0-0

Goals For: 168

Goals Against: 134

Streak: Two game winning streak

Standings: 1st Place Mainland Division

Tickets go on sale today at 4pm at the Vipers office

Adults $14

Students-Seniors $12

Children $10

Kids 5 & Under are Free

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

The Vipers next action is Wednesday night in Trail

The Vipers next home game is Saturday February 15th 7pm vs West Kelowna