Sicamous Eagles suffer back-to-back home game losses over Dec. 9-11 weekend.

Eagles grounded in home games

The Eagles’ three-game win streak comes to an end with a series of back-to-back losses on home ice.

The Sicamous Eagles’ three-game win streak came to an end last weekend with a series of back-to-back losses on home ice.

On Friday, Dec. 8, the Osoyoos Coyotes buried the Eagles with a 5-1 win. Sicamous’ single was delivered late in the second period by Cody Milgate off Cameron Flinton.

A single scored by the Coyotes early in the third period was followed by rougher play and numerous penalty calls for both teams.

Sunday night, Dec. 11, the Eagles wound up on the losing end of a 3-1 tally versus the Kamloops Storm.

The first and second periods saw both teams unable to light up the board, despite having multiple scoring opportunities.

The Storm potted three in the first half of the third frame, followed by Jace Woodley adding a single for Sicamous off Dominic Dumas and Matthias Urbanski.

Sicamous goalie Josh Bolding received the game’s first star after stopping 26 of 29 shots on net.

The Sicamous Eagles are back on home ice this Friday, Dec. 16, when they play the first game in a back-to-back series versus the 100 Mile House Wranglers. On Saturday, the Eagles are in 100 Mile for the conclusion. The Eagles’ final game of the year is on Saturday, Dec. 20, when they welcome the Revelstoke Grizzlies to the Sicamous and District Recreation Centre. Game time is 7 p.m.

 

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