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PREVIEW: Prince George Spruce Kings At. Vernon Vipers (Game #16)

PHOTO: Lisa Mazurek Photography

Tonight, the Prince George Spruce Kings return to action for the first time in 13 days, as they head to the Okanagan to take on the Vernon Vipers at Kal Tire Place at 7 PM.



 Head Coach: Alex Evin

2021-22 Season Record: 9-6-0-0

2021-22 Road Record: 4-3-0-0

Goals For/Goals Against: 57 GF/38 GA (+21)

Power-Play: 35.4% (1st)

Penalty Kill: 77.2% (8th)

Leading Scorers: John Herrington (15GP – 10G – 12A – 22PTS) Nick Rheaume (15GP – 10G – 11A – 21PTS) Simon Labelle (15GP – 4G – 15A – 19PTS)


The point streak for Rowan Miller extended two Saturdays ago, as he scored the Spruce Kings lone marker against Coquitlam. The 20-year-old and second year Spruce King rides a seven-game point streak heading into tonight’s contest against the Vipers. In those seven games, Miller has 10 points.



 Head Coach: Jason McKee

2021-22 Season Record: 4-7-3-2

2021-22 Home Record: 3-2-1-0

Goals For/Goals Against: 40 GF/55 GA (-15)

Power-Play: 18.2% (16th)

Penalty Kill: 69.6% (16th)

Leading Scorers: Luke Buss (16GP – 6G – 8A – 14PTS) Reagan Milburn (16GP – 5G – 6A – 11PTS) Cameron MacDonald (6GP – 4G – 6A – 10PTS)


Vipers forward Ryan Shostak is the most recent NCAA Division 1 committed player on the Vipers roster. The 20 year old has committed to play at Brown University next fall. Shostak currently sports nine points in his teams first 16 games of the season.