Steam earn weekend win

The Summerland Steam earned a decisive 5-1 win at home over the Princeton Posse in Junior B hockey action on Saturday evening.

The Summerland Steam earned a decisive 5-1 win at home over the Princeton Posse in Junior B hockey action on Saturday evening.

The sole goal in the first period was from Summerland’s Paulsen Lautard at 3:30. Daylan Robertson had the assist.

In the second period, Princeton responded to tie the game.

In the third period, Summerland earned four goals.

At 17:21, Gordon Walters scored with the assist by Nelson Hurry.

Then at 14:10, Reid Brown scored with the assist by Dylan Burton.

Brown then added a short-handed goal at 1:28, unassisted.

The final goal for Summerland came at 1:00 by Kienan Scott, unassisted.

The Steam have 12 wins, 11 losses, one tie and one overtime loss for third spot among the five teams in the Okanagan/Shuswap Conference: Okanagan Division in the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League.

 

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