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Steelers get the win in commanding fashion

Selkirk Steelers came out of the gates for this exhibition, with only the win in their minds.

Opening the scoring in the first period with a 2 – 0 lead, then continuing to add to the score board and ending the second period with a lead of 5 – 0.

With just under six minutes left in the third period, the Steelers would add to their final score 7 – 0.

Winnipeg added one to the sheet  with four minutes left on the board, cracking the goose egg.

Steelers goals by; Mathieu Catellier (2) ASST: Declan Curtis , Caiden Gault, Jaytey Towle. Jared Chapel ASST: Cody Blight, Cole Wigestrand. Riley Portner  ASST: Hudson Chamberlain. Cody Blight  ASST: Jason Ruff, Brayden Clark. Ryan Ostermann (2) ASST: Keenan Allen

In net for the Steelers; Cole Plowman, who posted a perfect 12 of 12 saves and Tre Strachan, who made 16 of 17 saves.