On Sunday afternoon Darren Hogg took to the net for the Steam, and was solid in making 29 saves on 31 Knights' shots to pick up a 4-2 win and 2 more points for the Steam. The Knights got up early in the game on a goal from Ryan Kelm. They then got a shorthanded marker from Dennon Leibel early in the second to give the Knights a 2-0 lead. In the third the Steam stormed back, and it all started with a goal from Riley Hunt on the powerplay just 36 seconds into the third period. Paulsen Lautard followed that up with another tally to tie the game at 2 just under 4 minutes later.
The score stayed tied at 2 until the final minute of the third period when Jordan Boultbee broke the tie in Summerland's favor with :55 to go. Paulsen Lautard then iced it with an empty netter just :35 seconds later to round out the scoring at 4-2 in favor of the Summerland Steam.
The Steam's week starts early next week as they travel to Princeton for a Tuesday night matchup with the Posse. They then return to the Nor-Val Arena on Friday night to face the Norh Okanagan Knights once again. The Steam return home on January 24th when they host the Princeton Posse for a 7:30 face off at the Summerland Arena.