Steam add win and loss on weekend

The Summerland Steam played to a win and a loss in Junior B hockey action on the weekend.

The Summerland Steam played to a win and a loss in Junior B hockey action on the weekend.

On Friday evening, the team travelled to 100 Mile House to face the Wranglers in a 2-1 loss.

The game began with a goal for the Wranglers at 19:46 in the first period.

The Steam’s sole goal came at 6:49 when Cole Woodliffe scored with the assist by Paulsen Lautard.

In the second period, 100 Mile House scored on a power play at 12:53 to gain the lead.

The third period was scoreless.

On Sunday afternoon, the Steam hosted the Fernie Ghostriders, playing to a 3-1 win.

The first goal for the Steam came at 7:27 in the first period when Coleton Fisher scored. Assists were by Rylan Sideroff and Kendell Wilson.

In the second period, Fernie scored on a power play at 2:30.

The Steam added a shorthanded goal at 0:44 when Braden Saretsky scored, assisted by Cody Egilson.

In the third period, Summerland’s lead was reinforced with a goal by Wyatt Gale at 1:33. Riley Pettitt had the assist.

The next game for the Steam is on Saturday, Sept. 27, when the team will host the North Okanagan Knights. Game time is 7:30 p.m.

 

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