Steam winning streak at four games

The Summerland Steam completed the week with a 3-2 overtime win in Penticton Saturday night.

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The Summerland Steam completed the week with a 3-2 overtime win in Penticton Saturday night.

Summerland’s Steve Semenoff scored in overtime to seal the victory for the visiting Steam.

The win capped a busy week playing five games in nine nights, which saw the Steam win its last four games, with wins in Columbia Valley 11-0, at home against first-place Princeton 3-1 and  Creston 5-4 in overtime.

On Tuesday night 200 fans witnessed a 3-1 Steam victory over the first-place Princeton Posse.

This ended Princeton’s five-game winning streak and was the Steam’s second win in as many games.

Olli Dickson lead the way playing a physical game and potting a goal, goaltender Connor DeMelo was brilliant in net, stopping 34 of 35 shots.

Brock MacDonald lead the defence with two assists.

Creston Valley Thunder Cats were in town Friday and managed to take the Steam into overtime, despite being outplayed and outshot 44-30.

Creston scored shorthanded with five seconds remaining in regulation time to send the game into overtime.

However, Brett Harris scored his second of the night with 14 seconds left in overtime to get the Steam’s third consecutive win.

Harris, Semenoff and Bodeux all had three point nights for the winners.

The Steam lost the services of leading scorer Jordan Boultbee last week.

Boultbee has signed with the Penticton Vees.

The Steam wish Jordan all the best and will miss his leadership and relentless work ethic.

The Steam are on the road for two games.

Then they are returning home to take on the powerful Kelowna Chiefs on Tuesday Dec. 4 at 7:30 p.m.

 

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