Brett Kinley’s slapshot was blocked by Victoria Cougars goalie Owen Sikkes, but Campbell River ultimately won 2-1 on Friday night. Photo by David Gordon Koch/Campbell River Mirror

Campbell River Storm caps 10-game winning streak with three weekend victories

Junior B hockey team leads the league

The Campbell River Storm is on a 10-game winning streak following a trio of victories this weekend. On Sunday, Campbell River beat the Peninsula Panthers 8-3, following Saturday’s 7-2 win over the Comox Valley Glacier Kings. The only close call was on Friday night, in a game against the Victoria Cougars – the Storm’s South Division rivals. That game ended with a 2-1 score after Campbell River’s Kyle Jennings netted an overtime goal. The Storm currently holds the top position in the Vancouver Island Junior Hockey League.

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