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Friday, 23 January 2015

GAME DAY: SUMMERLAND STEAM @ NORTH OKANAGAN KNIGHTS




  




NORTH OKANAGAN KNIGHTS












VS





SUMMERLAND STEAM

6-33-1-4

RECORD
25-15-0-3
5-16-0-2
HOME / AWAY
RECORD
11-10-0-1
L1
STREAK
L2

1-7-0-2

LAST 10 GAMES
3-5-0-2
5TH, OKANAGAN DIVISION

DIVISION RANK
2ND, OKANAGAN DIVISION
0-7
SEASON SERIES
7-0
.193%
WIN %
.616%
89
2.02  GF PER GM (20TH,  KIJHL)
GOALS FOR
143
3.33 GF PER GM (10TH, KIJHL)
193
4.39 PER GM (19TH, KIJHL)
GOALS AGAINST
120
2.79 GA PER GAME (3RD, KIJHL)
-104
DIFFERENTIAL
+23

11.58% (18TH , KIJHL)
HOME: 13.08% (18TH, KIJHL)
POWERPLAY %

OVERALL: 18.82% (8TH, KIJHL)
ROAD: 11.58% (14TH, KIJHL)

80.30% (14th , KIJHL)
HOME: 84.29% (10TH, KIJHL)
PENALTY KILL %

OVERALL: 84.82% (6TH, KIJHL)
ROAD: 82.46% (9TH, KIJHL)

ZACKARI ANDRUSIAK
12g + 21a = 33 PTS

LEADING SCORER

JACK MILLS
20g + 27a = 47 PTS

THOUGHTS


- Tonight marks the final meeting of the 8-game season series between Summerland and North Okanagan. Summerland sits 7-0 against the Knights this season. 

- Summerland is coming off a tough 2OT loss to the Sicamous Eagles on Wednesday that saw them fire 48 shots at Eagles' goaltender Patrick Kasper.

- North Okanagan played Wednesday night as well, keeping the league's best team and best offense to a 5-3 score, although they came out on the low end of that score.

- Summerland's line of Jack Mills, Cole Woodliffe and Braden Eliuk have been rolling of late and will look to continue their consistently strong play through this weekend's games.

- Paulsen Lautard and Daylan Robertson seem to have found their stride for Summerland after returning to the team at the January 10th deadline. They, alongside linemate Tyson Klingspohn have been very good in the past few games and will look to get on the scoreboard again tonight.

- There is a possibility Brett Huber makes his return to the Summerland crease tonight after being sidelined for the past several weeks with a lower body injury. It has been almost a month (Dec 27) since his last start and once he's healthy he'll be a big part in Summerland's stretch drive and playoff run. He along with goaltending partner Spencer Huff provide a stiff backbone for the Steam as they get set for the final 9 games of the season. 8 of those contests are divisional games with the lone non-divisional contest coming January 30th in Revelstoke.