Penticton Vees earn a shutout victory over the Vernon Vipers

Vees take down Vipers

Penticton Vees returned to their first game in 11 days with a third consecutive victory, winning 4-0 against the Vernon Vipers on Wednesday at Kal Tire Place.

The first goal came from Brett Moravec late in the first period, redirecting Josh Niedermayer’s shot to get it in between the Viper's goalposts.

Bradly Nadeau doubled Penticton’s lead in the final two minutes of the second period when he took a pass from Jackson Nieuwendyk and squeezed his shot through the arm of Vernon’s Ethan David.

In the third, Aydar Suniev took advantage of a Vees’ power play to put the visitors up by three, firing over the goalie’s glove at 2:41.

Brady got his second of the game with four minutes left in the third. Getting a pass cross-ice pass from older brother Josh, Bradly tapped the puck into the net for the Vees' final goal.

Vees goaltender Luca Di Pasquo picked up his third shutout of the season

The Vees' next game is on Saturday when the face off against the Cranbrook Bucks at 6 p.m.

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