Kelowna Chiefs forward Jace Woodley drives to the Summerland net in Game 4 playoff action Saturday at Rutland Arena.

Chiefs and Steam even heading to Game 5

Underdog Kelowna has split first four games with Summerland in KIJHL playoff series

  • Feb. 29, 2016 12:00 p.m.

The Kelowna Chiefs will be in Summerland tonight to take on the Steam in Game 5 of their KIJHL first round playoff series.

Face off at the Summerland Arena is 7 p.m.

The Steam, who finished 19 points ahead of the Chiefs in the Okanagan Division, evened up the series with a 3-2 win Saturday night at Rutland Arena.

The Chiefs have more than held their own thus far in the best-of-seven, winning the opener 3-2 in overtime, and Game 3 5-2 on Friday at Rutland Arena.

Game 6 of the series is set for tomorrow night in Kelowna.


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