Steam lose two, win one

Summerland Steam in hockey action with Osoyoos, Revelstoke and Kelowna.

The Summerland Steam played to two losses and one win in recent Junior B hockey action.

On Sept. 25, the team hosted the Osoyoos Coyotes, playing to a 4-3 overtime loss. The Steam began the game with a goal by Kendell Wilson at 12:53. Taylor Jordan had the assist. At 3:59 in the first period, Jordan Boultbee scored a short-handed goal with the assist by Nelson Hurry. Boultbee then scored at 12:13 in the third period, with assists by Daniel Kerr and Ryland Sideroff, to bring the Steam to a three-goal lead. Osoyoos responded in the third period with three goals, the last with just 10 seconds remaining. This forced the game into overtime where Osoyoos added the winning goal.

On Saturday, the Steam hosted the Revelstoke Grizzlies, losing 4-3.

After a goal by Revelstoke, Dylan Burton of the Steam scored on a power play at 7:37, assisted by Derek Grimm and Doug Chadwick. In the second period, Grimm scored on a power play at 10:55, with assists by Steve Semenoff and Josh DaCosta. In the third period, Revelstoke brought the game to a tie with a power play goal, but Grimm responded with a power play goal at 14:34. Assists were by Doug Chadwick and Brett Harris. The Grizzlies ended the game with two goals late in the period for the win. On Sunday, the Steam travelled to Kelowna to defeat the Chiefs 3-2. In the first period, Burton scored on a power play at 12:50 with assists by Easton Bodeux and Brett Harris. In the second period, Semenoff scored on a power play at 18:09, with assists by Chadwick and Bodeux. Burton then scored for the Steam at 16:59, with assists by Grimm and DaCosta. Despite a Kelowna goal late in the second period and a third period goal, the Steam retained the win. The Steam have three wins, three losses and one overtime loss so far this season.

The next action for the Steam is on Friday when the team hosts the Penticton Lakers. Game time is 7:30 p.m.

 

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