The Kimberley Dynamiters hope to bust out the brooms against the Fernie Ghostriders on Tuesday.
The Nitros have pulled ahead three games to none in their division-semi final and can solidify a sweep with another win in Sparwood.
Kimberley has pushed past Fernie with limited trouble thus far, winning 6-2, 8-2 and 5-2 in the opening three games.
Dynamiters Goaltender Cody Campbell says competing in a playoff atmosphere has elevated their game to the next level.
“I think guys are ready to go and they were excited for the playoffs and they know the opportunity we have.” says Campbell. “I think it’s pretty easy to get motivated when you know that we have the opportunity to do something special this year.”
The Dynamiters are winners of 12 straight games dating back to January 26th.
Campbell says they’ve had no problem carrying momentum from the regular season into the postseason.
“We’ve had a lot of key guys step up and prove that not only are they going to be good performers in the regular season but they have what it takes to play in the playoffs.” explains Campbell.
The 19-year old netminder has allowed just two goals in each game against Fernie so far in the series.
Kimberley has outscored the Riders 19-6 and have beat Fernie in 14 straight games dating back to last year’s playoffs.
Game four goes Tuesday night at the Elk Valley Leisure Centre in Sparwood.
– Cody Campbell, Kimberley Dynamiters goaltender