The KIJHL’s Kimberley Dynamiters are gearing up for a pair of home games this weekend.
Head coach Derek Stuart says their defence needs to improve after last week’s split results in Spokane and Grand Forks.
“We scored enough goals both games last weekend to win both, but when you’re giving up 5 each game that’s too many to win, so the split is what we deserved.”
Stuart hopes to see plenty of fans at the Civic Arena for tonight and tomorrow’s contests.
“We’ve played one game at home so far and it was an exciting, thrilling come-from-behind overtime win so hopefully it will bring a lot of people back that might not regularly come to our games.”
The Dynamiters host the Chase Heat tonight and then the Siccamous Eagles tomorrow.
In other action the Fernie Ghostriders visit the Castlegar Rebels and the Columbia Valley Rockies host the Golden Rockets.
– Derek Stuart – Kimberley Dynamiters, Head Coach