It will be a four game weekend involving five of its seven teams when the Superior International Jr. Hockey League recommences with regular season play on February 4 and 5.
On Friday, February 4, Kam River Fighting Walleye will play host to its cross-town rival Thunder Bay North Stars while the Fort Frances Lakers are on the road to face off against the Wisconsin Lumberjacks.
Then, on Saturday, February 5, Kam River heads to Dryden to play the Ice Dogs and Wisconsin will again be home to Fort Frances.
STANDINGS: 1. Kam River Fighting Walleye, 45 points (22-3-1) 2. Red Lake Miners, 34 points (16-3-2) 3. Thunder Bay North Stars, 33 points (15-7-3) 4. Dryden Ice Dogs, 33 points (16-9-1) 5. Wisconsin Wilderness, 18 points (8-18-2) 6. Thief River Falls Norskies, 11 points (5-15-1) 7. Fort Frances Lakers, 4 points (2-19-0).
SHOWCASE: The SIJHL has rescheduled its showcase tournament from February 8-10 to March 1-3. It will be held in Spooner, Wisconsin.
Dryden Ice Dogs will be home to the Kam River Fighting Walleye on February 5. (file photo by Kerri-Ann Kanceruk)