The Kootenay ICE came out on top 2-1 in another tight game versus the Spokane Chiefs.
This just one night after the ICE collapsed and fell 6-5 in overtime to Spokane.
The ICE defence was a strong point as they managed to limit the Chiefs to a mere 17 shots.
Kurtis Chapman got the nod in net for the first time this season and stopped 16 of 17.
Kootenay’s penalty kill was also a prominent factor killing off all six Spokane man advantages.
The Kootenay ICE improve their record to 2-1-1 on the season after splitting the home-and-home with Spokane.
A quick turnaround has Kootenay back at Western Financial Place Sunday afternoon against the Edmonton Oil Kings (1-3-0).