The Summerland Steam Junior B hockey team plays in the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League.

Summerland Steam add two hockey wins on weekend

The Summerland Steam added a pair of wins over the weekend.

The Summerland Steam added a pair of wins over the weekend.

On Saturday, the team travelled to Princeton to face the Posse in a 4-2 decision.

After a Princeton power play goal early in the first period, the Steam responded with two goals to take the lead.

At 11:43, Rylan Sideroff scored with assists from Austin Lee and Cooper Holick.

At 10:29, Paulsen Lautard scored on a power play with assists from Sam Nigg and Josh DaCosta.

The Steam reinforced this lead in the second period with a goal at 17:45. Reid Brown scored with assists from Olli Dickson and Braden Saretsky.

In the third period, Princeton scored to narrow the gap, but the Steam responded with an empty net goal with 59 seconds remaining.

The goal was scored by Kienan Scott with the assist by Lautard.

On Sunday, the Steam hosted the Beaver Valley Nitehawks, playing to a 5-3 win.

Beaver Valley took a quick lead at 19:42.

The Steam then added three power play goals.

At 15:43, DaCosta scored with assists from Brown and Scott.

At 15:01, Nigg scored, assisted by Dylan Burton and Dickson.

Dickson then scored with just five seconds remaining in the period. DaCosta and Scott had the assist.

In the second period, the Nitehawks scored early on a power play, but the Steam responded at 10:33 when Easton Bodeux scored unassisted.

In the third period, Paulsen Lautard scored at 15:30, assisted by Daylan Robertson and Alex Williams.

A Nitehawks power play goal at 5:02 was not enough to change the outcome of the game.

The Steam have seven wins, 10 losses and one overtime loss so far this season.

The team is fourth of the five teams in the Okanagan/Shuswap Conference, Okanagan Division in the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League.

The next action for the Steam is on Friday when Summerland hosts the Osoyoos Coyotes. The game begins at 7:30 p.m.

 

 

 

 

 

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