Penticton Vees host Q&A at Match Eatery

Penticton Vees coach Fred Harbinson, defensemen Jonny Tychonick and team broadcaster will be on hand

The Penticton Vees will be hosting a night of conversation with head coach, general manager and president Fred Harbinson, defenceman Jonny Tychonick and team broadcaster Craig Beauchemin Tuesday night at Match Eatery and Public House.

Related: Vees Tychonick named to CJHL Top Prospects game

The event begins at 7 p.m. and is open to the public, though seating will be limited. The discussion will centre around the season to date for the Vees, as they are in a battle for positioning in the tightly-contested Interior Division.

Hear from Tychonick on his experiences representing Canada at the international level at the World Junior A Challenge along with balancing his status as an NHL draft prospect with day-to-day life with the Penticton Vees.

The trio will then be open to questions from the floor as fans will have an opportunity to chat with members of their team.

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