The 100 Mile House Wranglers knocked the Revelstoke Grizzlies out of the KIJHL playoffs with a 3-2 Sunday night win at the Forum.
It was a close one, with the teams trading the lead through the game, and the Grizzlies with many scoring chances in the dying minutes as they pressed with six skaters.
The Grizzlies opened the scoring early in the second with a power play goal from Justin Fulton, but the Wranglers answered back 21 seconds later when Justin Bond tied it up.
The Grizzlies pulled ahead with one minute left in the second with a goal from Nicholas Higgs, assisted by Kyle Berry and Ryan Pereverzoff. But once again, the Wranglers came right back, getting a key goal from Tavis Roch just 48 seconds later, with only 15 seconds left in the period.
With 6:55 left in the third, Wrangler Cole Zimmerman netted the winning goal on a power play.
Grizzlies goalie Trevor Dilauro headed to the bench with 90 seconds left, and the Grizzlies peppered Wranglers netminder with great last chances, but Steeves held it at 37 saves on 39 shots.
The Wranglers go on to face the winner of the Chase/Kamloops series, where Chase leads 3-1.