The only undefeated team in the Northern Ontario Jr. Hockey League takes to the rugged roads this weekend for a trio of contests.
With a spotless record of 4-0, Blind River Beavers hit the highway to play the Timmins Rock on Friday, the Cochrane Crunch on Saturday and the Hearst Lumberjacks on Sunday.
Timmins has a record of 2-3 to date while Cochrane is 2-2 and Hearst is 2-1.
Rookie goalie Garret Boyonoski has been an early-season success for Blind River.
The 6-foot, 190-pound Boyonoski, who stopped pucks for the Soo Greyhounds of the Great North Midget Hockey League in 2016-2017, has a 3-0 record to go with a 1.97 goals against average and .931 save percentage in three starts for Blind River thus far this season.
Meanwhile, homegrown skater Caleb Serre has carried a hot stick for Blind River in the early going.
Serre, a second-year forward who measures up at a mere 5-foot-7, 155 pounds, has nonetheless played big with six goals in four games to date.