GAME DAY: SUMMERLAND STEAM @ 100 MILE HOUSE WRANGLERS

SummerlandSteamSUMMERLAND STEAM

 

 

 

VS

100 MILE HOUSE WRANGLERS

11-8-0-0-0, 22 PTS RECORD 14-5-0-0-2, 30 PTS
6-6-0-0-0 AWAY / HOME

RECORD

7-1-0-0-1
W-4 STREAK L-1
5-5 LAST 10 GAMES 7-2-0-0-1
3RD, OKANAGAN DIVISION DIVISION RANK 2ND, DOUG BIRKS DIVISION
0-0 SEASON SERIES 0-0
.579% WIN % .714%
65

3.42  GF PER GM (6TH,  KIJHL)

GOALS FOR 75

3.57 GF PER GAME (5TH, KIJHL)

47

2.47 PER GM ( 7TH, KIJHL)

GOALS AGAINST 50

2.38 GA PER GAME (6TH, KIJHL)

+18 DIFFERENTIAL +25
9/88 ; 10.23% (18TH, KIJHL)

ROAD: 7/63 ; 11.11% (15TH, KIJHL)

POWERPLAY % OVERALL: 14/110 ; 12.73% (12TH, KIJHL)

HOME: 10/54; 18.52% (7TH, KIJHL)

92/102; 90.20% (5TH , KIJHL)

ROAD: 34/35; 97.14% (1ST, KIJHL)

PENALTY KILL % OVERALL: 115/140 ; 82.14% (14TH, KIJHL)

HOME: 46/57 ; 84.21% (14TH, KIJHL)

JACK MILLS

9G + 14A = 23 PTS

LEADING SCORER

JUSTIN BOND

7G + 12A = 19 PTS

GAME NOTES:

  • Summerland heads to the Cariboo this weekend on a 4 game winning streak. They’ll be looking to continue that streak and climb back over the Kelowna Chiefs in the standings. The Chiefs put the boots to the Osoyoos Coyotes to the tune of a 5-1 victory on Remembrance Day.
  • 100 Mile House comes in off their first regulation loss at home this season, 2-1 to the Revelstoke Grizzlies on Tuesday night.
  • The Wranglers come in as second most heavily penalized team in the KIJHL. If Summerland had any sort of dangerous power play, this weekend would be a great time to try and put it to use.
  • Both teams have seen their goaltending be a pillar of strength. For 100 Mile House it’s been an ongoing theme all season, with Zane Steeves and Adam Derochie leading the team to a 2.38 Goals Against Average. Summerland’s goaltending has come around recently thanks to the play of Matt Huber and the acquisition of Jake Mullen. The improvement in net has brought Summerland’s team Goals Against Average down almost a full goal and a half per game, from 3.69 at it’s high point to the 2.47 they sit at now.
  • Steam Captain Paulsen Lautard will play his 100th KIJHL game in a Steam uniform (#137 overall) on Friday night. Lautard enters the weekend with 114 points in his 99 games with the Steam, but has only recorded 1 goal and 3 points in his past 9 games.
  • Calvin Hadley will sit the 2nd of his 2 game suspension for a “Check to the head” against Kelowna last weekend. Hadley put a hit on Tyler Love that warranted a 2 minute penalty, but was missed by the referee standing 6 feet from the play. It was eventually called 5 and a game by a linesman, even though the Kelowna player remained in the game and in fact didn’t miss a shift. Hadley will be available to Head Coach John Depourcq for Saturday’s date in Williams Lake.
  • Puck drop will go at 7:00PM PST tonight from the South Cariboo Rec Centre in 100 Mile House, BC. I would expect the next 2 nights will be the largest crowds the Summerland Steam will see this season, as 100 Mile’s average attendance is up around 600 if I’m not mistaken.

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