Steam still on a streak

A pair of road victories on the weekend extends Steam winning streak to six games.

A pair of road victories on the weekend extends Steam winning streak to six games.

On Friday the Steam defeated the Penticton Lakers 3-1 at the O.H.S.T.C.

Dylan Burton gave the visitors the lead in the first period with an unassisted marker.

Penticton came out hard in the second tying the game with a goal by Dylan Gamble at the 12-minute mark.

Summerland regained the lead two and half minutes into the third with a goal by Harris assisted by McDonald and Kerr. Semenoff sealed the win with a power play marker, from Dickson and Burton.

Burton scored two power play goals in Osoyoos Saturday evening.

The Steam dominated the Coyotes by a score of 7-2 to extend their win streak to six games, a franchise record.

Doug Chadwick, the first star of the game, had the game winning goal, and three assists.

Other singles were added by Brett Harris, Olli Dickson, Kendell Wilson (short-handed) and Cooper Holick.

Connor DeMelo was solid between the pipes, making 35 saves for the win.

Come out and see the Steam Friday night at Summerland Arena.

They will be hosting the Penticton Lakers at 7:30 p.m.



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