Steam win one, lose one in Junior B hockey action

The Summerland Steam finished the Thanksgiving weekend with a win and a loss in Junior B hockey action.

  • Oct. 10, 2012 10:00 a.m.

The Summerland Steam finished the Thanksgiving weekend with a win and a loss in Junior B hockey action.

On Friday, the team hosted the Penticton Lakers, playing to a 3-2 win.

The first period was scoreless.

In the second period, the Steam took the lead with a goal by Jordan Boultbee at 19:01.

Assists were by Easton Bodeux and Daniel Kerr.

Easton then scored at 16:15, with assists by Dylan Burton and Brett Harris.

Penticton responded with two goals, bringing the period to a tie.

In the third period, Boultbee scored for the Steam at 8:00.

Assists were by Derek Grimm and Kendell Wilson.

On Saturday, the Steam hosted the Princeton Posse in a game ending in a 7-3 win for Princeton.

The Posse dominated the first period with three goals, two of them power plays.

In the second period, Doug Chadwick scored on a power play for the Steam at 14:52.

Assists were by Burton and Harris.

The Posse then responded with two goals.

In the third period, Kerr scored for the Steam at 19:35, assisted by Boultbee and Steve Semenoff.

After two goals by the Posse, Kendell Wilson scored for the Steam at 5:19, assisted by Chadwick and Connor DeMelo.

At present, the Steam have four wins, four losses and one overtime loss, putting the team in third place among the five teams in the Okanagan/Shuswap Conference Okanagan Division of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League.

The next action for the Steam is on Saturday when the team faces the Lakers in Penticton.

The next home game is on Oct. 26, when Summerland hosts Penticton.

 

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