Merritt Centennials goalie Jacob Berger struggles to handle a shot by the Penticton Vees in B.C. Hockey League action Oct. 20, which the Vees won 4-2. The Vees will get a second crack at the Wenatchee Wild, who they lost to on Oct. 21 in Wenatchee. The Vees host the Wild at the South Okanagan Events Centre Wednesday at 7 p.m. Mark Brett/Western News

Sneak peak at Vees Wild rematch

The Penticton Vees will host the Wenatchee Wild at the SOEC tonight.

The Penticton Vees (9-2-0-1) welcome the Wenatchee Wild (9-5-0-1) to the South Okanagan Events Centre tonight looking for a measure of revenge. The two teams met on Saturday south of the border and the Vees came home empty handed after a 4-2 loss in B.C. Hockey League action.

Related: Vees ready to payback Wild

Wednesday’s game is the first of three visits for Wenatchee to the SOEC with the other two coming in January and February. The Wild made one appearance in Penticton last year, a 2-0 Vees win in front of over 4,000 fans. The game is also the second of seven Wicked Wednesday’s this year.

Here are players to watch for from each team.

Penticton Vees

Owen Sillinger – 4 G 8 A 12 GP

Nicky Leivermann – 2 G 7 A 11 GP

Dakota Boutin – 5 G 3 A 12 GP

Wenatchee Wild

Jasper Weatherby – 12 G 5 A 15 GP

Cooper Zech – 4 G 14 A 15 GP

Sam Morton – 7 G 6 A 15 GP

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