The Kamloops Storm had the offence going on a nearly perfect KIJHL weekend.
The Storm played to a 4-4 draw with the Sicamous Eagles on Saturday, before beating the Summerland Steam 6-4 on Sunday. They were the only home games Kamloops will play this month.
The results leave Kamloops (8-2-1-2) third in the KIJHL's Doug Birks Division, one point behind the Eagles (8-1-2-2) and two back of the first-place North Okanagan Knights (10-2-0-1). The Storm is scheduled to head to Armstrong on Wednesday for a game with North Okanagan.
Josh Rasmussen had two goals and two assists to lead the Storm on Sunday, and Daniel Buchanan had a goal and three helpers. Spencer Schoech also had three assists, with Devin Oakes scoring one goal and assisting on two others.
Connor Fortems and Briar McNaney had the other Kamloops goals. Storm goaltender Ty Hamer-Jackson made 46 saves in his first victory of the season.
Jordan Boultbee, with two, Brett Harris and Daniel Kerr scored for Summerland, which got 34 saves from Connor DeMelo.
Aaron Markin scored the only goal of the third period Saturday, helping the Storm force overtime against Sicamous. Ten minutes of extra time - five of them 4-on-4, and five of them 3-on-3 - solved nothing.
Kamloops got out to a 2-0 lead in the game's first five minutes, but a goal from Brendan Devries and three from Cameron Berry had the Eagles ahead heading into the third.
Stefan Wood, Ryan Skinner and Oakes had the other Kamloops goals. The Storm's Marcus Beesley stopped 61 shots, 27 more than Sicamous's Kris Joyce.
The Chase Heat, meanwhile, bounced back from a big Friday loss with a 2-1 victory over the visiting Steam on Saturday night.
Chase had lost 8-0 in Sicamous on Friday. Jacob Mattes made 39 saves in the loss, then came back to stop 26 shots at Art Holding Memorial Arena on Saturday.
Shelby Kostyshen and Kurtis Johnson scored for Chase on Saturday, and Nic Fidanza added two assists.
Dylan Burton scored for the Steam, which got 37 saves from Brett Huber.
Chase (4-8-0-1) is off to Kelowna on Tuesday for a game with the Chiefs.