Steam lose four games

Despite the team’s best effort, the Summerland Steam could not secure any wins in Junior B hockey action last week.

Despite the team’s best effort, the Summerland Steam could not secure any wins in Junior B hockey action last week.

On Dec. 11, the Steam hosted the Princeton Posse, playing to a 4-0 loss.

Princeton scored once in the first period, once in the second period and twice in the third period. The last goal was a power play.

On Friday, the Steam travelled to Fernie to face the Ghostriders, playing to a 6-5 overtime loss.

After two goals by Fernie in the first period, Olli Dickson scored for the Steam at 1:05. Assists were by Brett Harris and Dylan Burton.

In the second period, Kendell Wilson scored for the Steam at 16:32, with assists by Steve Semenoff and Easton Bodeux.

Josh DaCosta then scored for the Steam at 13:03, with assists by Cooper Holick and Harris.

A goal by the Ghostriders brought the game to a tie.

In the third period, DaCosta scored for the Steam at 18:11, with the assist by Wilson.

After two Fernie goals, Semenoff scored for the Steam with just five seconds remaining. Dickson had the assist.

The deciding goal was in the second overtime period.

On Saturday, the Steam lost to the Kimberley Dynamiters on the road in 5-3 game.

The first period was scoreless.

In the second period, after two Kimberley goals, Burton scored for the Steam on a power play at 3:35. Assists were by Ryland Sideroff and Derek Grimm.

The Dynamiters responded with one more goal to end the period.

In the third period, Dickson scored on a power play at 11:41 with assists by Harris and Bodeux.

Grimm scored on a power play at 10:31. Assists were by Bodeux and Harris.

Two more Kimberley goals sealed the win.

On Sunday, the Steam travelled to Creston where they lost 4-2 against the Thunder Cats.

Creston took the lead with a goal in the first period and reinforced the lead with another early in the second.

Bodeux scored for the Steam at 6:42. Assists were by Burton and Barker.

Creston added two more goals in the third period before Barker scored for the Steam at 4:51. Assists were by Burton and Dickson.


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