Vernon (3-6-0-3) @ Surrey (5-5-0-1)
Tonight is the first game of just two meetings between the Vipers & Eagles.
The Vipers visit the South Surrey Arena for the first and only time this season, start a two game road trip tonight in Surrey. The Vipers and Salmon Arm Silverbacks are both tied for 5th place in the Interior Division standings. Vernon with just one win in their last seven games is coming off a 4-3 loss to the visiting Merritt Centennials Wednesday night. The Vipers have struggled on the road this season with just one win in seven games.
Adam Tambellini (6-5-11) leads the Vipers in points with eleven
Aaron Hadley (6-3-9) & Adam Tambellini (6-5-11) share the team lead in goals with six each
Vernon’s Home Record
Vernon’s Road Record
Since the 2003-04 regular season Vernon is 12-4-0-0 vs. Surrey
Since the 2003-04 regular season Vernon is 7-2-0-0 in Surrey
Vernon's last win in Surrey was a 2-1 win back on Sunday, November 21st 2010
The Vipers went 0-1-0-0 last season vs Surrey
The Eagles return home after a 3-0 loss in Prince George last weekend. Tonight is the first of a three game home stand for Surrey who has played five of their last seven games on home ice. The Eagles just like the Vipers have also struggled with just two wins in their last six games. Surrey is tied with Langley for 3rd spot in the Mainland Division.
Demico Hannoun (4-7-11) leads the Eagles with elevne points
Brett Mulcahy (5-3-8) leads the team in goals with five
Surrey’s Home Record
Surrey’s Road Record
You can listen to tonight’s game live with Todd Miller starting with the pre-game show at 6:45pm on 107.5 Kiss FM
The Vipers next action is Saturday night when they travel to Langley to face the Rivermen