Kamloops Storm captain Tyler Jackson gets position on Chase Chief Levi Chamberlain during Kootenay International Junior (B) Hockey League action on the weekend. Kamloops won 7-2 to finish a 3-0 weekend, which was augmented by a 4-0 win over Princeton and a 6-3 triumph over Revelstoke. Kamloops is having its best season since arriving in the Tournament Capital from Osoyoos in 2006. Through 26 games, the club has 22 wins, two losses and two overtime losses, for a league-best 46 points. The Storm are in Armstrong on Friday, Nov. 25, for a 7 p.m. game against the North Okanagan Knights. Kamloops is back home on Saturday, Nov. 26, to face the Creston Valley Thunder Cats. Faceoff is at 7 p.m. at the McArthur Island Sports and Events Centre.