The Kimberley Dynamiters get a second shot at beating Creston Valley on Tuesday night.
The Nitros lost to the Thunder Cats last Friday 3-2.
Kimberley remains undefeated in regulation at the Civic Centre and rookie forward Brock Palmer says they’re comfortable playing at home.
“It’s awesome, the fans are great, there’s so many, I’ve never played junior hockey before [this season] but it’s awesome playing here with all the fans.” explains Palmer. “It’s easy playing at home for sure.”
Palmer says they’re seeking revenge after falling to the T-Cats last Friday.
“They’re the second place team in our division so we’re competing for a spot for first so we have to keep it up and beat them.”
Palmer currently leads the Nitros in scoring and is third in the enitre KIJHL with 34 points in 19 games.
Kimberley is eight points ahead of the T-Cats for first place in the Eddie Mountain Division.
The Nitros are looking to carry momentum from Saturday when they beat up on the defending Cyclone Taylor Cup Champion Beaver Valley Nitehawks in a 7-2 win.
– Brock Palmer, Kimberley Dynamiters forward