The Kimberley Dynamiters picked up two wins on home ice over the weekend.
The Nitros beat the Chase Heat 6-2 on Friday, before picking up a 2-1 victory over the Sicamous Eagles Saturday.
Dynamiters Captain Chase Gedny picked up four points over the weekend, tallying three goals and one assist.
Despite the pair of wins, Gedny felt the Nitros still have room to improve.
“Play a full 60, I think is the big thing. We’ve played parts of games and parts of periods, but we haven’t played the full 60 yet,” Gedny says. “Once we get that going here, it’ll be good.”
Kimberley will hit the road next weekend, facing the North Okanagan Knights in Armstrong Friday before travelling to Kelowna to take on the Chiefs Saturday.
Elsewhere, the Fernie Ghostriders shut out the Castlegar Rebels 4-nothing at the Castlegar Complex Friday.
The Columbia Valley Rockies lost on home ice 3-2 to the Golden Rockets Friday night.
And the Creston Valley Thunder Cats suffered two losses, falling 4-3 to Sicamous Friday and 5-1 to Spokane Saturday.
– Chase Gedny, Kimberley Dynamiters, Captain