The Kamloops Storm have seven wins in nine games and are tied atop the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League standings.
Kamloops continued its hot start to the campaign with a pair of weekend victories at McArthur Island Sport and Event Centre, doubling the 100 Mile House Wranglers 4-2 on Friday and blanking the Sicamous Eagles 4-0 on Sunday.
Hudson Cameron, Liam Dumelie, Samuel Lewis and Kasey Jackson lit the lamp on Sunday in support of goaltender Cody Creasy, who recorded a 32-save shutout.
The Storm are slated to play the hometown Wranglers on Tuesday, a mid-week tilt that precedes a matchup in Kamloops on Friday against Chase, a 7 p.m. start on Mac Isle.
Doug Birks Division standings: Kamloops (7-2-0-0), Chase (4-1-2-0), Revelstoke (5-3-0-0), 100 Mile House (1-4-0-0) and Sicamous (1-5-0-0).
The Storm and Osoyoos Coyotes (6-0-1-1) are tied atop league standings with 14 points apiece.
Average attendance is 270 at Storm home games this season.