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Pistons Improve to 11-1 Record With 4-1 Win.

The Steinbach Pistons dominant season continued to roll on last night as they beat the Portage Terriers with a score of 4-1.

The Pistons got into a little bit of penalty trouble early as just 35 seconds into the game the Pistons went to the PK to kill off a too many men penalty.

The Pistons opened the scoring as forward Cooper Rice scored 4-minutes into the game with the assists coming from Langley Kruggel and Ethan Johnson.

Steinbach closed out the first period up 1-0 with the shot totals 14-11.

Steinbach got to work quickly in the second period with Davis Fry scoring and getting his 6th point in 4 games with the assist coming from Dawson Milliken.

The Pistons made sure to not take their foot off the gas as Cooper Rice scored his second goal of the game just over a minute later from Ethan Clements and Zac Patrick.

Steinbach outshot Portage 11-4 for a 2-period total of 25-15 and was up 3-0 at the second intermission.

Going into the third period up 3-0 the Steinbach Pistons had full control of the game. At the 5:46 mark Jack Rogers scored on the powerplay unassisted off a beautiful shot over Portage goaltender Chris Fines shoulder.

Pistons goaltender Simon Harknessā€™ shut out bid got spoiled at the 6:40 mark of the third period when Terriers forward Logan Calder scored shorthanded to make it 4-1.

The Pistons would go onto with the game 4-1 with the shot totals 35-21 for the Pistons.