Scoring balance among the forward lines has been a key this season for the reigning champion Kam River Fighting Walleye of the Superior International Jr. Hockey League.
Six current members of the Fighting Walleye have scored at least 11 goals or more thus far this season for Kam River, which is in second place in the standings of the SIJHL, trailing only the Sioux Lookout Bombers.
Jeremy Dunmore leads the Fighting Walleye in goals with 18 while Jett Mintenko and Carter Poddubny have 15 apiece. Then it is Braeden Duchesne and Ryan Doucette with 12 goals each and Nick Fagnilli with 11.
The Fighting Walleye takes a record of 22-6-1 into play this week. Kam River trails first place Sioux Lookout by six points and has three games in hand.
Notably, five of the eight teams in the SIJHL are above the .500 mark. And only nine points stand between the top five teams — Sioux Lookout, Kam River, Thunder Bay North Stars, Red Lake Miners and Dryden Ice Dogs.