Steam win one, lose two

The Summerland Steam earned one win in their last three Junior B hockey games.

Sam Jones of the Summerland Steam dashes for the puck during a game against the Revelstoke Grizzlies on Sunday. The Steam lost in a 3-2 decision.

The Summerland Steam earned one win in their last three Junior B hockey games.

On Oct. 29, the team travelled to Osoyoos, playing to a 5-4 loss against the Coyotes.

Osoyoos opened scoring with a goal in the first period.

In the second period, Cole Woodliffe of the Steam scored at 19:43. Wyatt Gale had the assist.

Lathan McKinney had an unassisted goal at 18:19 to give the Steam the lead.

Osoyoos then responded with a pair of goals.

Paulsen Lautard scored at 5:30, assisted by Gale, to tie the game.

In the third period, the Coyotes added two more goals.

The final Steam goal came with eight seconds remaining when Woodliffe scored, assisted by Lautard and Jack Mills.

The Steam had a better game at home on Halloween, defeating the Princeton Posse in a 3-1 decision.

Summerland established the lead early in the first period with a goal by Woodliffe at 19:26. Lautard had the assist.

Lautard then scored at 9:39, assisted by Woodliffe.

The second period was scoreless.

In the third period, Michael McEachern scored on a power play, assisted by McKinney.

The sole Princeton goal came at 16:23 on a power play.

On Sunday, the Steam hosted the Revelstoke Grizzlies, playing to a 3-2 loss.

The first period was scoreless.

In the second period, Braden Saretsky of the Steam scored at 15:37, assisted by Gale.

Revelstoke responded with a goal at 15:06.

Braden Eliuk scored an unassisted power play goal at 8:08.

Two Revelstoke goals, the first on a power play, gave the Grizzlies the win.

The next action for the Steam is on Friday when the team hosts the Golden Rockets. The game begins at 7:30 p.m.

 

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