Bruins wither against Steam in home match Saturday

Coming off two road wins, the Bruins returned to the Grand Forks Arena and lost to Summerland 4-2

Jackson Purvis (#18) of the Border Bruins looks to score on Summerland during the first period of Friday's game at the Grand Forks Arena.

It was far from home sweet home for the Grand Forks Border Bruins on Saturday. Coming off two road wins, the Bruins returned to the Grand Forks Arena and lost to Summerland 4-2 despite out-shooting them 48-30.

After a scoreless first period, Josh DaCosta and Reid Brown put the Steam up 2-0 midway through the second.

A pair of goals from Kyle Dolly tied the score early in the third period. But that was all for scoring for GF. The Steam took over the rest of the game. Dylan Burton picked up the winning goal for the visitors at 11:06 of the third period. Daylan Robertson scored an empty netter with one second left to seal the victory for Summerland.

Dominic Stadynk stopped 26 of 30 shots in net for GF.

 

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