Two of the KIJHL’s best are the league’s lone match up Wednesday.
Third ranked Creston Valley Thunder Cats welcome the first place Beaver Valley Nitehawks in what could be a later round playoff preview.
Both teams clinched their divisions this week; the Cats won Eddie Mountain by seven and the Nitehawks closed Neil Murdoch by a massive 22.
The teams are each in the midst of winning streaks, the Cats have collected two points in each of their last seven while the Nitehawks haven’t dropped a game in 14 straight.
The Cats trail the Nitehawks by seven points in league standings.
Puck drop at Johnny Bucyk Arena is set for 7:30pm MST.
– Keira O’Loughlin