GAME DAY: SUMMERLAND STEAM VS PRINCETON POSSE

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SummerlandSteamSUMMERLAND STEAM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Princeton_Posse
PRINCETON POSSE

23-12-0-0-2, 48 PTS RECORD 8-27-2-0-1, 19 PTS
12-3-0-0-1 HOME / AWAY

RECORD

2-13-1-0-1
W-1 STREAK T-1
5-3-0-0-2 LAST 10 GAMES 1-7-2-0-0
2ND, OKANAGAN DIVISION DIVISION RANK 5TH, OKANAGAN DIVISION
4-1 SEASON SERIES 1-4
.649% WIN % .250%
119

3.22 GF PER GM (10th, KIJHL)

GOALS FOR 76

2.00 GF PER GAME (20th, KIJHL)

88

2.38 PER GM (3rd, KIJHL)

GOALS AGAINST 145

3.82 GA PER GAME (17TH, KIJHL)

+31 DIFFERENTIAL -69
17/164; 10.37% (20th, KIJHL)

HOME: 7/61 ; 11.48% (17th, KIJHL)

POWERPLAY % OVERALL: 22/194 ; 11.34% (17th, KIJHL)

ROAD: 11/88; 12.50% (12th, KIJHL)

179/205; 87.32% (4th, KIJHL)

HOME: 69/82; 84.15% (16th, KIJHL)

PENALTY KILL % OVERALL: 170/207; 82.13% (18th, KIJHL)

ROAD: 90/110 ; 81.82% (11th, KIJHL)

JACK MILLS

22G + 24A = 46 PT

LEADING SCORER

BAILEY SHAVER (9g+9a = 18 points

MORTON JOHNSTON (6g + 12a = 18 points)

GAME NOTES:

  • Summerland comes into Tuesday night’s game off a big win on Sunday against the Osoyoos Coyotes. Their first win vs the ‘Yotes during the regular season in 687 days.
  • On Sunday, the BC Hockey trade deadline, the Steam flipped Goaltender Jake Mullen to the Campbell River Storm of the VIJHL in exchange for Goaltender Matt Kostiw
  • Kostiw, a native of Aurora, ON, comes to the Steam with a 15-2 record , 2.32 Goals Against Average, and a VIJHL All-Star nomination this season with the Storm.
  • While on the topic of goaltending, Princeton sent goaltender Stephen Heslop to the Osoyoos Coyotes on deadline day. On the night before the deadline, Heslop helped the Posse draw a 1-1 tie with the Kamloops Storm to the tune of 70 saves.
  • The Posse also sent leading scorer Drew Carter to the Coyotes in the Heslop deal, and received D Jake Hryhoriw and G Adam Jones in return.
  • Sitting in 2nd place, the Steam are firmly entrenched in the middle of the KIJHL’s Okanagan Division, 8 points back of the Coyotes and 9 points clear of the Kelowna Chiefs.
  • The Posse, meanwhile, sit in 5th place in the Okanagan Division, 8 points out of a playoff spot.
  • They’ll move forward with a goaltending tandem of Adam Jones (’97) and Chandler Billinghurst (’97), neither of which started the season in Princeton.
  • Tuesday night marks the return of former Steam D Matthew Monk (’97). Monk played in 23 games with the Steam this season, collecting 3 goals and 12 points before joining the Posse.
  • In addition to the moves made on deadline day that sent Heslop and Carter to Osoyoos, the Posse also sent Austin Dean to the Grand Forks Border Bruins in exchange for Future Considerations.
  • Puck drop tonight goes at 7:30 from the Summerland Arena. Mike, Joel and I will have full pre-game starting at 7:15 on playfullscreen.com.

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