Summerland Steam add two hockey wins

Junior B team remains on top in division

Summerland Steam add two hockey wins

It was a weekend of winning for the Summerland Steam in Junior B hockey action

On Friday, the Steam hosted the North Okanagan Knights, playing to a 4-1 win for Summerland.

Blake Holowaty of the Steam opened scoring at 14:25 in the first period. Cody Swan and Scott Robinson assisted.

In the second period, Robinson scored at 19:04, assisted by Swan and Ryan Allen.

The Knights responded with a goal at 17:56.

Robinson then added an unassisted goal at 16:36.

In the third period, Swan scored for the Steam at 8:09, assisted by Robinson and Sam Jones.

On Sunday, the Steam travelled to Sicamous to face the Eagles. The result was a 4-1 Summerland victory.

Robinson scored at 14:47 in the first period, assisted by Holowaty and Swan.

At 1:52, Riley Smoler, assisted by Lucas Jirousek and Gaven Lawrie, reinforced the Steam’s lead.

In the second period, Smoler scored at 15:12, assisted by Simon Snyman.

The Eagles’ sole goal came at 11:05 on a power play.

In the third period, Swan scored for the Steam at 5:35, with assists by Robinson and Holowaty.

Next action for the Steam is on Friday, Nov. 10 against the North Okanagan Knights in Armstrong.

The next home game is on Tuesday, Nov. 14, when they host the Knights.

The Steam continue to lead the Okanagan/Shuswap Conference: Okanagan Division in the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League. The team’s record is 14 wins and four losses in regular season play.

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