Sting lose twice

On Wednesday, the Steam traveled to Osoyoos to face the Coyotes in a 4-2 loss.

On Wednesday, the Steam traveled to Osoyoos to face the Coyotes in a 4-2 loss.

Osoyoos struck first, with two power play goals in the first period and another two power play goals in the second.

Steve Semenoff of the Steam scored on a power play at 15:38, with assists from Taylor Jordan and Gerry Hol.

In the third period, Colin Minardi scored for the Steam on a power play, with the assist by Brett Rhine.

On Saturday, the Steam suffered another loss, this one at home against the Princeton Posse in a 5-3 decision.

Princeton pulled ahead in the first period with two goals.

Summerland dominated in the second period, beginning with a goal by Sean Leslie at 16:08, with the assist by Kendell Wilson. Jeff Fehr scored for the Steam on a power play at 9:55, with assists by Jordan McCallum and Andrew Stack. Steve Semenoff scored on another power play at 6:08, with assists by Colin Minardi and Mark Ferguson.

The Steam’s lead was short-lived as Princeton earned two more goals to complete the second period and another goal in the third period to seal the game.

The Steam will next see action in Summerland on Friday when the team hosts the Kelowna Chiefs.

 

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