|20-9-0-0-1, 41 PTS||RECORD||7-23-0-0-1, 15 PTS|
|9-7-0-0-0||AWAY / HOME
|8-1-0-0-1||LAST 10 GAMES||2-8-0-0-0|
|2ND, OKANAGAN DIVISION||DIVISION RANK||5TH, OKANAGAN DIVISION|
|.683% (7TH, KIJHL)||WIN %||.242% (17TH, KIJHL)|
3.47 GF PER GM (8TH, KIJHL)
2.00 GF PER GAME (20TH, KIJHL)
2.17 PER GM (3RD, KIJHL)
4.06 GA PER GAME (17TH, KIJHL)
|+39 (6TH, KIJHL)||DIFFERENTIAL||-64 (17TH, KIJHL)|
|17/138; 12.32% (14TH, KIJHL)
ROAD: 10/89 ; 11.24% (15TH, KIJHL)
|POWERPLAY %||OVERALL: 19/166 ; 11.45% (16TH, KIJHL)
HOME: 10/92; 10.87% (16TH, KIJHL)
|148/166; 89.16% (3RD, KIJHL)
ROAD: 88/97; 89.33% (1ST, KIJHL)
|PENALTY KILL %||OVERALL: 145/175 ; 82.86% (15TH, KIJHL)
HOME: 69/83 ; 83.13% (19TH, KIJHL)
18G + 22A = 40 PTS
12G + 14A = 22 PTS
- Summerland comes in off a 3-0 win over the Sicamous Eagles on Sunday. They took 3 of 4 points in 2 games last weekend.
- Princeton comes off a weekend that saw them take three losses, two to the North Okanagan Knights and one to the Kelowna Chiefs.
- The Posse have yet to win in December, and are mired in a 5 game losing streak.
- Summerland goaltenders will make things difficult for the Posse on Wednesday afternoon. Matthew Huber (1.67GAA, .933 Sv%, 6 Shutouts, 7 straight wins) and Jacob Mullen (1.81GAA, .934 Sv%) are 1/2 in KIJHL goaltending stats, and have done a great job to keep the puck out of the net for the Steam.
- Much the same will take place in the Posse net, as it will likely be Stephen Heslop between the pipes for the Posse. His GAA is above the median at 3.24, but his Save Percentage (.920%) is in the top 15 across the KIJHL.
- Summerland will have to do their best to put the weirdness of Sunday’s game behind them. A game that saw them go 0-for-11 on the PP but go 16/16 on the PK. They scored twice shorthanded to win the game 3-0 over Sicamous.
- They may be able to take advantage of the Princeton PK, who sit 19th on home ice at just over 83%.
- Summerland’s Penalty Kill has quietly become the best road PK in the league, and as a whole sits 3rd in the 20 team KIJHL.
- A good start will be imperative for both teams. Opening face-off is AT NOON on a Wednesday afternoon, which can throw a hitch into players’ preparation.
- Summerland, as the road team, can ill-afford to start slow in a rink that is extremely tough to play in.
Start Time: 12PM Noon
Place: Princeton & District Arena