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Pistons Win Streak Continues With 3-0 Win Over Steelers

Will Hambley secured his first MJHL shutout in his first MJHL game as the Pistons extended their win streak to 4 games in a 3-0 win against the Selkirk Steelers.

The Pistons got on the board early scoring just over a minute into the game as rookie Ty Paisley scored his first MJHL goal with assists coming from Nate Goodbrandson and Ethan Johnson.

The Pistons could not capitalize on 3 powerplay chances in the first period and closed out the first 20 minutes of play up 1-0.

At the 1:12 mark of the second period Pistons forward Quinton Pepper was assessed a game misconduct for a check from behind, seeing one of the Pistons offensive threats not going to play for the remainder of the game.

The second period saw no goals as both goalies made some great saves and limited the scoring chances for the opposing teams.

The red-hot Dawson Milliken got on the score sheet again on a powerplay goal early in the third period off an assist from Cooper Rice putting the Pistons up 2-0.

Davin Griffin scored his first career MJHL goal and extended the lead to 3-0 with apple going to Ethan Clements.

The second and third periods were filled with penalties as emotion started to get the better of players. The Pistons went 1/8 on the powerplay and a perfect 5/5 on the penalty kill.

The Pistons next game is Friday, October 1 against the Winkler Flyers at the T.G. Smith Centre.