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Penticton Vees break North American wins record

The Penticton Vees could break a record for most consecutive wins on Tuesday. (Penticton Minor Hockey Association)
The Penticton Vees have re-written the record book, yet again.

The Vees defeated the Trail Smoke Eaters last night in Penticton, 10-0.

In doing so, the team set a new North American junior hockey record with its 41st consecutive victory.

It was also the Vees 53rd win of the season, which set a new BCHL record.

As he is most game nights, Vees fan, Derek Hurst, was at the South Okanagan Events Centre for the game, and spoke with Daybreak's Chris Walker.
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