Steve Dunsmoor/Dunsmoor Creative                                Kelowna Chiefs’ goaltender Joseph McLeod makes one of 36 saves in a 4-3 win over Summerland Saturday at Rutland Arena.

Steve Dunsmoor/Dunsmoor Creative Kelowna Chiefs’ goaltender Joseph McLeod makes one of 36 saves in a 4-3 win over Summerland Saturday at Rutland Arena.

Chiefs get weekend sweep, visit Saints Friday night

Kelowna has five wins and an overtime loss to start 2018 in KIJHL

The Kelowna Chiefs look to keep a strong month of January going when they visit the North Okanagan Knights Friday in KIJHL action. Face off at Nor-Val Centre is 7 p.m.

Then on Saturday, Jason Tansem’s club will be home to the Princeton Posse. Game time at Rutland Arena is 7 p.m.

The Chiefs have yet to lose in regulation in 2018, with a 5-0-1 record in six games.

Kelowna is coming off a 4-3 overtime win Saturday over the division-rival Summerland Steam. Devin Sutton’s second of the game on a power play 28 seconds into the extra session was the game winner.

Joseph McLeod stopped 36 shots in the Kelowna net for his fifth straight win since joining the Chiefs.

A night earlier in Princeton, the Chiefs drubbed the Posse 10-4. Zach Erhardt had seven points on two goals and five assists, while captain Brett Witala also had a huge night with two goals and six points.

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