Dominick Knorr and Kaydan Pittendreigh get autographs from the Chase Heat last Saturday during Hockey Day in Chase.

Dominick Knorr and Kaydan Pittendreigh get autographs from the Chase Heat last Saturday during Hockey Day in Chase.

Chase Heat take two out of three

Upcoming: Team to host Storm, Columbia Valley. The local team is back in second place in the division.

The Chase Heat Hockey Club wrangled a win in 100 Mile House, were shut out in a Storm and set many team records in a Grizzlie affair.

The local team is back in second place in the division.

On Wednesday, Nov. 27, the Heat faced off in 100 Mile House versus the pesky Wranglers.

At game’s end it was two points in the standings for the Heat in a 4-2 win.

Jake Mattes faced 43 shots in backstopping the victory. Chase scoring came from Braden Hughes in the first, Connor Venne in the second and Cody Hodges and Venne again in the third.

On Saturday at Art Holding Memorial Arena, the division-leading Kamloops Storm took a hard earned 4-0 shutout home.

Mattes again went the distance facing 33 Storm shots.

Sunday, Dec. 1 was a whole different kettle of fish as the Heat travelled to Revelstoke to take on the Grizzlies.

Michael Byer stopped 27 of 29 in goal as Chase came away with a record-setting 10-2 victory.

The 10 goals in one game are a franchise record. As well, the five goals scored in the third also set a team record. Kurtis Johnson and Kaleb Boyle each had five points in this contest. The Heat scored three in the first from Zac Hoskins, Braden Hughes and Nic Fidanza.

In the second, Hoskins got his second and Johnson pumped one in.

Then in the third, Boyle got two, Travis Churchill got a shorthanded marker, McKenzie Guardiero and Fidanza with his second rounded out the scoring. Chase was four for six on the powerplay.

Another huge battle with Kamloops looms on the horizon as the Storm are back in Chase on Friday Dec. 6. On Sunday the 8th the Columbia Valley Rockies come to town for a 2 p.m.  contest.