Sunday, October 26, 2014

Vees Rookies Off to World U17 Challenge, BCHL Releases Suspension Details, Rivermen Make Another Deal:







The Penticton Vees, who are unbeaten in ten, are now without the services of  F Tyson Jost (98) and D Dante Fabbro (98) for the next seven games. Both players are representing Team Canada at the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge in Sarnia-Lambton, Ontario.

Fabbro is a member of Team Canada Red while Jost is a member of Team Canada White. The super rookies are two of only three junior A players selected to play for Canada at the tournament.

The latest the two could return to the Vees lineup is Friday, November 14th in Vernon against the Vipers.
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The BCHL has made official the details of the suspensions stemming from the October 18th shenanigans between Vernon and West Kelowna. Both sides appealed a number of the suspensions and the league clarified the results of the appeals today.

Vernon:
  • D Ryley Booth - Two games for participating in a fight at the end of a period
  • D Brandon Egli - Two games for participating in a multiple-fight situation and two games for participating in a fight at the end of a period
  • F Riley Brandt -  Two games for third man in a fight, two games for participating in a multiple-fight situation, and two games for participating in a fight at the end of a period
  • G Danny Todosychuk - Two games for participating in a multiple-fight situation, two games for fighting at the end of a period, and two games for goaltender involved in a fight. 
  • GM and Head Coach Mark Ferner - One game for his club participating in three fights during the same stoppage. 

West Kelowna: 
  • F Kyle Marino - Two games for participating in a fight at the end of a period
  • F Brett Mennear - Two games for participating in a multiple-fight situation and two games for participating in a fight at the end of a period
  • F Kade Kehoe - Two games for participating in a multiple-fight situation and two games for participating in a fight at the end of a period
  • GM and Head Coach Rylan Ferster -  One game for his club participating in three fights during the same stoppage.







Langley continues to reshape its roster as the Rivermen traded F Will Cook (94) to the Wellington Dukes of the Ontario Junior Hockey League for future considerations. 

Cook had five points (3-2-5) in 10 games with the Rivermen this season after putting up 40 points (12-28-40) in 2013-14. 

The trade is a move closer to home for the 20-year-old, as Wellington is four hours from his listed hometown of Port Stanley, Ontario.
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The Surrey Eagles have added another WHL prospect to their roster. The Eagles signed F Spencer Meyer (96) after he was released by the Spokane Chiefs two weeks ago.

Meyer, who's from Surrey, has no points and 37 penalty minutes in 32 career Western Hockey League games with Prince Albert, Lethbridge, and Spokane. He has one goal through two games with the Eagles thus far this season.

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