Dynamiters fail to ignite against Jr. Eagles

The Sicamous Eagles were back on home ice last week where they had mixed results.

The Sicamous Eagles celebrate a 3-1 win over the Kimberly Dynamiters Saturday night. The Eagles had a second victory that night in that they were able to raise $4

The Sicamous Eagles were back on home ice last week where they had mixed results.

On Wednesday, Oct. 23, the team faced a strong Kamloops Storm, who wound up taking the game with a 6-3 win.

Kamloops scored early in the first frame, but was kept at bay for the remainder of the frame, and Eagle Devin Gerun was able to tie things up near the seven-minute mark with an unassisted goal.

Late in the second frame, Kamloops took the lead by adding two more markers. Later, in the first half of the third period, the Storm added two more goals. Near the 10-minute mark, Sicamous’ Nathan Grieve and Matthew Maetche added a goal each, with assists from Nicholas Astasiewicz, Derek Miskiman and Gerun. Kamloops added one more goal before the buzzer.

On Saturday, Oct. 26, the Eagles overcame the determined Kimberly Dynamiters with a 3-1 victory.

In the first frame, a spell of unsuccessful attempts on net by both teams was finally broken at 1:25, when Eagle Tyson Taylor converted the power play into a one-goal lead for Sicamous, with assists earned by Astasiewicz and Grieve.

The Dynamiters tied things up in the second period.

An early third-period marker from Maetche put Sicamous back in the lead, with assists by Hayden Orton and Carter Hansen.  And, with 19 seconds on the clock, Grieve potted an unassisted marker assuring Sicamous the win.

 

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