Steam finish with win and loss

The Summerland Steam played to a loss and a win in recent Kootenay International Junior Hockey League action.

The Summerland Steam Junior B hockey team has been busy during its inaugural season in the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League.

The Summerland Steam played to a loss and a win in recent Kootenay International Junior Hockey League action.

On Nov. 16, the Steam traveled to Osoyoos to face the Osoyoos Coyotes, playing to a 6-3 loss.

Osoyoos opened scoring in the first period.

In the second period, Steve Semenoff of the Steam scored at 13:15, assisted by Jordan McCallum.

Nelson Bowman then scored for the Steam at 12:26, with assists by Brett Rhine and Brayden Kohlman.

Osoyoos then responded with three goals, including one power play goal, to regain the lead.

In the third period McCallum scored an unassisted goal at 17:03, but Osoyoos then responded with two more power play goals to seal the win.

On Nov. 18, the Steam won a 6-5 overtime victory against the Eagles in Sicamous.

The game began with two Sicamous goals in the first period.

In the second period, Doug Chadwick scored at 15:12, on an assist from Brayden Kohlman, to put Summerland on the scoreboard.

At 11:15, Mark Ferguson scored on a power play, with assists from Chadwick and McCallum.

A Sicamous goal brought the Eagles to the lead once again.

In the third period, Sicamous scored twice to extend the lead, including once on a power play.

Mark Ferguson scored on an assist from McCallum at 13:59.

Chadwick scored on a power play at 7:12, with assists by McCallum and Josh Spence.

With 45 seconds left to play. Colin Minardi scored an unassisted goal, forcing the game to overtime.

At 4:20 in overtime, Minardi scored an unassisted power play goal to secure the win.

The Steam’s record is eight wins and 16 losses, for last spot in the Okanagan/Shuswap Conference, Okanagan Division in the Junior B league.

 

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