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Pistons Steamroll Titans in 6-1 Win

The Steinbach Pistons beat the Neepawa Titans handily Sunday evening by a score of 6-1 with Davis Fry leading the way with 2 goals.

The first period saw some good back and forth hockey but no goals and neither team could figure out the opposing goaltender.

The Pistons took a penalty early as Jack Rogers went off for tripping just 33 seconds into the game. The Titans couldn’t capitalize on the power play as the Pistons killed it off.

At the end of the first period the game was tied 0-0 with the Titans outshooting the Pistons 11-7.

Travis Hensrud opened the scoring halfway through the second period with Nate Goodbrandson getting the assists.

Bryce Kilbourne scored his first goal as a Piston in his first game to extend the lead to 2-0 with Neo Kiemeney and Langley Kruggel getting the assists.

Dallon Wilton for the Titans cut the lead in half scoring at the 14:55 mark with Jaegar Lapointe getting the assist.

Steinbach restored the two-goal lead with a minute and a half left in the second period. Davin Griffin got the puck right out of the box and scored through the five hole on the breakaway off a nice feed from Josh Nelson.

The Pistons were up 3-1 after 2 periods with the shot totals 19-18 in favour of the Pistons.

The Pistons ran away with the game in the third period as they went on to score 3 more goals.

Davis Fry scored at the 3:37 mark from Neo Kiemeney and Travis Hensrud to go up 4-1.

Fry would go onto score again 3-minutes later off a nice feed from Nate Goodbrandson to go up 5-1.

Hunter Degelman scored the final goal to go up 6-1 with just under 3 minutes left in the period with Blake Norris and Nate Goodbrandson getting the assists.

UP NEXT: The Pistons host the Dauphin Kings this Friday night. It will be our annual BSI Insurance toy drive game. We encourage fans to bring new unwrapped toys to put in the toy bin which we will give to Steinbach Community Christmas who will distribute them to those in need in the local area!