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Steelers barrel up Oil Capitals Streak

Tuesday nights game against the Virden Oil Capitals; was a well played, end to end, goal after goal competition.  Fans in the ‘House of Steel’ were certainly not left disappointed.

Virden opened up the scoring midway through the first period, then would add a second in the start of the second period, before the Selkirk Steelers would get on the board.

Virden came into this match with an 8 game winning streak fueling their momentum.  Not to be left unmentioned, Selkirk Steelers were running on a 4 game winning streak of their own.

The two teams battled to a 3 – 3 tie at the end of regulation.

With just 0:36 seconds off of the clock in overtime, #13 Ryan Sokoloski of the Selkirk Steelers, ended the engagement and the Virden Oil Capitals winning streak.

Zach Bennett, who was the goal-tender for the Steelers, who came into this game with his own 3 game undefeated record, would save 21 of the 24 shots on net to increase his record to 4 games.

Selkirk Steelers goals were scored by; Blake Burr ASST: Brett Namaka, Will Middleton.  Colby Dudek ASST: Nate Halvorsen, Ryan Sokoloski.  Will Middleton ASST: Adam Krestanowich, Brett Namaka.  Ryan Sokoloski ASST: Nate Halvorsen, Colby Jaquet

A few extracurricular activities, as tempers got heated between Connor Barley (SS) and Jayden Wojciechowski (VOC)
There was a lot of close nit game play, in this competition
Will Middleton, digging in, just before adding one to the scoreboard and bringing the game to a 3 – 3 tie