Newcomer Bryce McDonald led the way offensively for the Kimberley Dynamiters over the weekend.
The Nitros picked up two wins at home against the Fernie Ghostriders and Columbia Valley Rockies.
The 19-year old forward tallied four points over the weekend including two goals in their 5-2 win over the Rockies Saturday.
McDonald says it was his most productive weekend since joining the club three weeks ago.
“I feel after being here for a little while I’m more comfortable with the guys and ice surface and everything so that helped out big.” says McDonald.
He explains the team came out firing on back to back nights.
“We jumped on teams before they really knew what was happening and before they knew it we had them done.”
Head Coach Derek Stuart says McDonald was the best player on the ice Saturday.
McDonald was averaging nearly a point per game in the SIJHL Ontario Junior A League before coming to Kimberley.
The Dynamiters will hit the road Tuesday night to take on the Creston Valley Thunder Cats.
– Bryce McDonald, Kimberley Dynamiters forward