League-leading Vees stun Eagles in 10-0 blowout

PENTICTON – The Surrey Eagles were left scratching their heads last night (Oct. 29) after the Penticton Vees, the strongest team in the BCHL so far this season, put 10 goals past Eagles’ net minder Daniel Davidson without a Surrey response.

The Vees struck the most damage in the second period, scoring six goals from six different players, with half of them being on the power play.

The Eagles started on the back foot after Demico Hannoun scored in the opening minute of the first period. This was followed by a goal from Gabe Bast 11 minutes later.

Second period markers came from Riley Alferd, Hannoun, Cody DePourcq, Matthew Serratore, Jack Ramsey and Lewis Zerter-Gossage.

Serratore added another four minutes into the third frame before Miles Gendron finished the rout two minutes before the final buzzer.

Penticton scored on all three of their power plays while Surrey went 0 for 3 with the man advantage.

Hunter Miska made 25 saves for his third shutout this season, leading all BCHL goaltenders in that category.

Surrey hosts the Vees on Friday (Oct. 31) to finish the away-home series.

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