Brayden Clark and Max Neill celebrate Andrew Warhoftig's (middle) 2nd period goal in Steinbach 3-0 win over Selkirk.

Radomsky, Lenz combine to shut out Steelers

Matt Radomsky and Matt Lenz combined to stop all 16 Selkirk shots faced as the Steinbach Pistons closed out the home portion of the preseason with a 3-0 win over the Steelers Friday night.

Zachary Bennett of the Steelers was under siege all night as the Pistons poured 51 shots on his goal. The first came 4:54 into the second period, as newcomer Andrew Warhoftig netted his first of the preseason from Brayden Clark and Troy Williams to give Steinbach a 1-0 lead.

The Pistons would expand it to two as Brendan Westbrook buried a loose puck in front of the net at the 8:35 mark. Williams would pick up his 2nd assist, and Boedey Vaeth added the secondary helper.

Tyson McConnell added a big insurance goal on the power play with 7:23 remaining from Curtis Ireland and Brady Tatro to make 3-0 the final score.


The Pistons went 1 for 6 with the man advantage, while Selkirk went 0 for 2.

UP NEXT: These same two teams will be back in action tomorrow night in Selkirk for the final game of the preseason. The Pistons will open up the regular season against the Wayway Wolverines for the 2018 Earl’s Meat Market Home Opener with special musical guests The Boy and The Sea! Come out to celebrate the Pistons lifting their Turnbull and ANAVET Cup banners next week at 7:30 pm!