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Nadeau brothers lead Penticton Vees to undefeated October; named BCHL monthly stars

The team’s star-studded brotherly duo has combined for 58 points in 14 games
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Josh, left, and Bradly Nadeau were named the BCHL’s first and second stars of the month for October. (Photo- Jack Murray)

The Penticton Vees are being recognized across the province for more than just winning games.

Bradly and Josh Nadeau, the brotherly duo on the Vees, have started the 2022-2023 campaign at a record-setting pace, combining to tally 58 points during the team’s 14-game winning streak.

And earlier this week, the two were named the B.C. Hockey League’s first and second stars for the month of October.

While Bradly is currently riding a 14-game point streak and has scored in each of his last five games, Josh is coming off a week in which he posted seven points in four games.

Both are committed to the University of Maine, with Bradly ranked as a “B-ranked skater” ahead of the 2023 NHL Draft in Nashville, Tenn. Based on his early-season projection, he could fall anywhere between the second and third rounds.

It’s been seven months since the Vees were last defeated.

Fred Harbinson’s squad has won 30 games in a row, dating back to March 31, 2022. Since then, the team has captured the Fred Page Cup while starting this season with a 14-0-0-0 record.

The Nadeau brothers have led the way offensively, ranking No. 1 and 2 in 2022-2023 BCHL scoring.

Vees forward Aydar Suniev and Brett Moravec fall just behind, ranking No. 5 and 8 in league-wide scoring, respectively.

Also this week, Penticton’s Spencer Smith earned a scholarship to Mercyhurst University.

He will suit up for his new team at the start of the 2023-2024 season.

The Vees drop the puck on a two-game weekend homestand, starting Friday, Nov. 4, when they host the Prince George Spruce Kings.

The following night, they welcome the Wenatchee Wild north of the border for a showdown at the South Okanagan Events Centre.

READ MORE: History-making Penticton Vees 9-3 shellacking of Trail Smoke Eaters


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