All engines were firing for the Flyers on Friday night as they took out the Coaldale Copperheads 6-0 in front of a pumped hometown crowd at the Bob Snodgrass Rec Plex.
Parker Forrest put on a show stopping all 51 shots that came his way for the shutout. The Flyers goalie even chipped in with a second assist on the Flyers final goal of the game.
Jayson Doyle scored his first goal as a Flyer to open the scoring as both Connor Smith and Alex McIsaac scored a goal and added two assists in the win. The clubs' special teams also performed well as three of the goals came on the power play along with one short-handed.
And it was Flyers that ended up giving the orders Saturday night in Cochrane as they took down the Generals 2-1 in overtime.
It was the Gens getting on the scoreboard first at 10:36 of the first period and the game remained scoreless until the 2:06 mark of the third when Flyer's rookie Connor Smith light up the red light for his 25th goal of the season. Alex McIsaac and Ethan Cox assisted on the game-tying goal.
Playing overtime hero at 4:38 was Joel Burrows as he buried one on an assist by McCallum Bakken for the dramatic come from behind win.
Parker Forrest once again parked himself between the pipes stopping 39 of 40. Forrest's now stopped 90 of the last 91 shots he's faced.
The Flyers are now only one point back of catching the Strathmore Wheatland Kings however, the Flyers have three more games to play while the Kings only have one. The Flyers have 37 points to the Kings 38 with the Flyers next game scheduled for this Tuesday Feb. 13 in Medicine Hat in a makeup game from last month's cold snap.
And just up the road from High River in Okotoks the Carstar Okotoks Bisons skated to a pair of hard-fought wins this weekend to solidify their number one standing in the south division and league.
The Bisons also had a come from behind win this weekend on Friday night in the Hat as they beat the Cubs 2-1. The Herd got goals from Ethan MacIntyre and Jady Shigehiro as Logan Maroni backstopped the team for the victory. The penalty riddled game lead to a few suspensions being handed out.
The Bisons also served notice to the top team in the north division, the Sylvan Lake Wranglers on Saturday.
The hometown crowd at the Murray arena cheered on the Bisons to a 6-1 win with Grady Nicholas getting the win in net.
The Wranglers scored first but then it was all Bisons with six unanswered goals. Easton Dean netted a pair of goals and assists with teammates Scott Brown and Brayden Kapty each notching a goal and two assists.
There were a number of penalties in the third period and at the end of the weekend two Bisons face short suspensions with Adam Kirkpatrick not allowed to play until this Friday Feb. 16 and Ethan MacIntyre won't be able to return to the lineup until Saturday Feb. 17.
The Bisons now only have two games left on the docket before playoffs start and they'll have a bye for the first round since they will finish in first place in the regular season.