Sicamous Eagles D-man Nicholas Cuglietta hangs on to Kamloops Storm forward Dexter Robinson while trying to protect his net Saturday night in game two of the division semifinals.

Sicamous Eagles D-man Nicholas Cuglietta hangs on to Kamloops Storm forward Dexter Robinson while trying to protect his net Saturday night in game two of the division semifinals.

Sicamous Eagles sit 1-3 in playoff run versus Kamloops Storm.

Devyn Myck was the man following Monday night’s 3-2 OT win.

The Sicamous Eagles sit 1-3 in their playoff run versus the Kamloops Storm.

At Wednesday night’s home game (Feb. 24), the Eagles lost to the storm in a 4-3 overtime decision.

The Eagles managed to keep the puck in Kamloops’ end for much of the first period but couldn’t find the back of the net.

Riley Jepson was able to light up the board early in the second second frame with assists by Samuel Subert and Korwin Shewchuk. Following a single from the Storm, Subert added two more goals for Sicamous, the first assisted by Nathan Grieve and Braden Lozinski, the second by Shewchuk and Lozinski. The third frame was hard fought , but the Storm were able to add two late in the game and tie it up 3-3.

Subert was the game’s second star.

Devyn Myck was the man following Monday night’s division semifinals playoff game between the Sicamous Eagles and the Kamloops Storm.

Myck provided two of the Eagles’ three goals during game three of the team’s playoff run, including the overtime marker that earned Sicamous the win. Myck’s goal was the first of the evening, potted in the third frame following the scoreless first and second periods. That goal was assisted by Nathan Grieve and Scott Robinson. Minutes later, teammate Korwin Shewchuk gave Sicamous a 2-0 lead, assisted by Robinson and Riley Jepson. The Storm rallied near the end of the frame and was able to tie the match before the final buzzer.

Myck was named the game’s second star.

The needed win followed back-to-back losses in Kamloops.

In game one played Feb. 20, the Eagles were shut out with a 3-0 tally. Sicamous netminder Patrick Kasper was named the game’s second star after stopping 33 out of 36 shots on net.

The Storm dominated game two, on Feb. 21, beating the Eagles 5-1. The Eagles’ single was scored by Darien Blight, a power-play conversion midway through the first period, assisted by Brad Whitehead and Carter Hansen.

In net for the Eagles  was Olivier Charest, who stopped 57 out of 62 shots on net.

The Eagles are back in Kamloops on Feb. 26 for game five.

 

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