Stettler’s Matt Sylvester gets control of the puck against Okotoks Bisons on Friday evening

Bolts earn a well-deserved 9-2 victory over Okotoks

The Bolts played a superlative game throughout to ensure a convincing win of 9-2 against Okoktoks Bisons.

The Bolts fired on all cylinders from the start to ensure that opponent Okotoks Bisons had no chance to slide in a victory in the home game on Friday evening, Jan. 20.

Winning the game 9-2, the Bolts were a different and more mature team than what the Okotoks had faced in October, when they defeated Stettler.

The Rost brothers, Ethan (#14) and Kieran (#6) scored two goals each, while Logan Davidson (#24), Kyle Ringdahl (#15), Braydon Whiteford (#7), Dylan Houston (#21) and Tanner Steinwand (#16) each netted the puck once.

Stettler Lightning will play Ponoka Stampeders nest in a home game on Tuesday, Jan. 24.

 

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