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Steelers finding luck against the Blues

Steelers wanted to come off of their two game losing streak and get a check in the “W” column.

During a brief pregame interview with Selkirk Steelers veteran, Carter Barley, it was discussed that (we) the Steelers, needed to play ‘their game’ and not get into penalty troubles.

The Steelers, as a whole, did just that. Steelers opened up the scoring with the one and only goal of the first period and followed suit with the first goal of the second period.

Certainly the ‘Player of the Game’, Caiden Gault, put in 4 of the 5  Steelers goals with assists by Thomas Colter (2), Andrea Esposito, Carter Barley, Gavin Andres, Brayden Clark and Jordan Macfarlane. The other goal by the Steelers was put in by Jackson Kobelka ASST: Brett Namaka and Blake Burr.

In the net for the Steelers was Riley Morgan, who saved 10 of 12 shots on net and Cole Plowman, who saved 3 of the 3 shots registered on him.