Lyndon Stanwood made 24 saves to lead the Kamloops Storm to its 10th straight KIJHL victory, 4-0 over the Heat in Chase on Saturday.
Stanwood, a former Storm goaltender who spent two seasons in the BCHL, returned to Kamloops this week after being released by the Chilliwack Chiefs. He made his debut in Chase, stopping everything thrown his way.
Kamloops improved to 23-5-0-0 with the victory, and remains first in the Doug Birks Division and tied for first in the 20-team KIJHL. The Storm is back in Chase on Friday to play the Heat.
Felix Larouche had two goals to lead Kamloops, and Addison Bazian and Josh Ramussen also scored. Aiden Silzer-Hooker and Daniel Buchanan each had two assists.
Jacob Mattes stopped 29 shots for Chase.
The Heat (14-12-0-2) went on to play the Grizzlies in Revelstoke on Sunday evening.
Although the Grizzlies hadn’t posted the score yet, a note on the Heat’s Facebook page said Chase had won 10-2.