The Steinbach Pistons put on a display of speed and puck control during a dominating 7-1 road win over the Neepawa Natives on Saturday night. While it was an impressive showing for the Pistons, it didn't start all that well as just 39 seconds into the contest, Zak Smith scored to put Neepawa in front 1-0. The Pistons answered back when Easton Bennett scored his 6th of the season to tie the game 1-1 midway through the period.
The Steinbach Pistons ventured out on the road over the weekend and came back with a pair of wins to improve their first-place record to 33-8-1-1. On Friday night, Piston's goalie Matt Radomsky went into Swan Valley and notched his 6th shutout of the season in a 3-0 win. It was a bit of a slow start for Steinbach as the Pistons took a little time while they shook off the bus legs but still managed to outshoot the Stampeders 14-9 in the opening 20 minutes but the score was deadlocked 0-0.
The Steinbach Pistons fired 49 shots on goal and only allowed 16 yet found themselves on the wrong end of a 4-2 final Tuesday night in Winkler. For large amounts of the opening period, the Pistons controlled play. A couple of breaks fell Winkler's way and they converted making it 2-0 with just 4 shots towards the net. First, a deflection and the second a loose puck in some feet was found by a Flyer and snapped past Matthew Thiessen.
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