Steam lose two on the road

The Summerland Steam lost two games on the weekend to the Chase Heat and the Kamloops Storm.

The Summerland Steam lost two games on the weekend to the Chase Heat and the Kamloops Storm.

On Oct. 20 at the Chase arena, the game ended 2 to 1 for Chase. On Oct. 21 at Kamloops, it was 6 to 4 in favour of Kamloops.

The first period was scoreless in the game with Chase.

In the second period Dylan Burton of the Steam scored on a power play with assists from Olli Dickson and Doug Chadwick. In the third, both goals were scored by the Chase Heat.

Second star was awarded in this game to Brett Huber of the Steam.

On the following day, Kamloops scored twice in the first period.

In the second period, Jordan Boultbee scored with assists from Steve Semenoff and Josh DaCosta.

The third period saw Summerland’s other three goals, first by Daniel Kerr with assists from Steve Semenoff and Jordan Boultbee.

An unassisted goal by Boultbee followed. Kamloops put the next two in the net.

Then Brett Harris scored for the Steam with assists from Derek Grimm and Doug Chadwick.

Kamloops put in the last goal with 0:04 remaining on the clock.

 

Second star went to Jordan Boultbee of the Steam.

 

 

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