Summerland Steam add three weekend hockey wins

Summerland's Junior B hockey team continued to win at home and on the road.

The Summerland Steam added three wins in Junior B hockey action on the weekend.

On Friday, the Steam hosted the Osoyoos Coyotes, playing to a 2-1 victory.

Osoyoos had the sole goal in the first period on a power play.

In the second period, Kienan Scott of the Steam scored on a power play. Dylan Burton and Alex Williams assisted.

Williams then scored with 29 seconds remaining on the clock. Assists were by Paulsen Lautard and Sam Nigg.

On Saturday, the Steam travelled to Kelowna to face the Chiefs in a 4-3 decision.

Summerland opened scoring with a goal by Braden Saretsky at 10:54. Assists were by Olli Dickson and Reid Brown.

In the second period, Burton scored at 15:45, with the assist by Nigg.

Scott then scored at 15:13, assisted by Daylan Robertson and Piers Egan.

Nigg then scored on a power play at 8:33. Dickson and Burton assisted.

The Chiefs scored twice in the second period and once in the third period to end the game.

On Sunday, the Steam secured a 7-3 victory over the 100 Mile House Wranglers.

Much of the scoring took place in the first period.

Scott scored at 13:48, assisted by Lautard and Robertson. The Wranglers responded with two goals.

Ryland Sideroff then scored for the Steam at 7:35, assisted by Saretsky and Dickson.

A goal by 100 Mile House ended the period.

In the second period, the Steam added three unanswered goals. At 13:58, Reid Brown scored, with the assist by Burton.

Scott then scored on a power play at 12:23. Assists were by Josh DaCosta and Brown. He added another goal at 5:33, assisted by Robertson and Lautard.

In the third period, Piers Egan scored for the Steam at 17:54 with assists by Dickson and Sideroff.

Robertson then scored on a power play at 15:15. Assists were by Josh DaCosta and Kienan Scott.

The Steam have 10 wins, 10 losses and one overtime loss for third place in the Okanagan/Shuswap Conference, Okanagan Division of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League.

The next action for the Steam is on Friday in Castelgar against the Rebels. The Steam’s next home game is on Tuesday, Nov. 19 at 7:30 against the North Okanagan Knights.

 

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