There are two teams in the Superior International Jr. Hockey League that are on extended winning streaks of impressive length.
Dryden Ice Dogs have won eight games in succession to move into a tie for second place with 29 points from a record of 14-8-1.
And the fledgling Kam River Fighting Walleye is on a six game winning way and a league-best record of 16-3-1 and .825 winning percentage, good for 33 points and first place in the seven-team SIJHL.
Still, both teams are not alone as contenders in the SIJHL.
Thunder Bay North Stars, with 29 points and a record of 13-7-3, are tied with Dryden for the second slot in the standings. And the 13-3-2 Red Lake Miners have 28 points with games in hand on all three of their fellow contenders.