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A 30-win season, an Interior Division title and hosting the Royal Bank Cup isn’t always easy on the coaching staff.
Duncan Wray has won four Royal Bank Cup national championships in 22 years as owner of the B.C. Hockey League Vernon Vipers.
The host Vernon Vipers will open Saturday night at Kal Tire Place against the Eastern champion Carleton Place Canadians of Ottawa.
Thin Lizzy’s Phillip Lynott sang it best: “The boys are back in town.”
The four squads that will join the host Vernon Vipers in the RBC Cup May 10-18 at Kal Tire Place are about to be determined
The Coquitlam Express were trying to make B.C. Hockey League history Tuesday night at the Poirier Sports and Leisure Centre.
The Vernon Vipers lost in overtime 4-3 to the Coquitlam Express in Game 2 of the B.C. Hockey League best-of-seven finals series.
The Vernon Vipers are preparing to take on the Coquitlam Express in the B.C. Hockey League's Fred Page Cup.
The Vernon Vipers and Coquitlam Express are about to make history.
The Vernon Vipers brought in a number of rookies this season, but none have been thrust into a more prominent role than Graham Turnbull.
The Interior Division champion Vipers are 2-0 in the six-game round-robin.
Vipers' 6-1 win Sunday at Kal Tire Place moves them to 2-0 in BCHL semi-final round-robin tournament
An explosive second period helped the Vernon Vipers tranquilize the host Victoria Grizzlies 5-4 in Game 1.
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The Vernon Vipers won their first game of the round-robin against the Victoria Grizzlies 5-4
The third-seeded Vernon Vipers shaded the host Penticton Vees 4-3 in overtime Saturday night to claim the Interior Division title.
With 2,500 fans in the building, the Vernon Vipers needed just one goal to shatter the Kal Tire Place noise level Friday night.
The Vernon Vipers were one game away from eliminating the Penticton Vees in the B.C. Hockey League Interior Conference finals.
The Penticton Vees, with a 2-1 series lead, entered Kal Tire Place Tuesday night looking to head home comfortably ahead of the Vipers.
The Vernon Vipers narrowly edged out the Penticton Vees 3-2 in a Game 5 battle at the South Okanagan Events Centre.