Back-to-back road wins at Stockton on Saturday and Sunday helped Victoria extend its winning streak to a team record 10 games.
Since beginning the season 3-6-0, the Salmon Kings have gone 18-3-2 to improve to 21-9-2 with a league-leading 21 wins and 44 points. Victoria, which won the last nine regular season games in 2006-07, returns home to host Bakersfield on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Wes Goldie leads the Salmon Kings during the current streak with 14 goals and 16 points while Olivier Filion has nine assists and 12 points and defenseman Dylan Yeo has nine assists and 11 points. Goldie leads the league with 27 goals and is tied for the lead with five game-winning goals while his nine power-play goals tie him for second and his 37 points rank him fourth. Filion is fifth in the league with 23 assists while his 11 power-play assists tie him for third and his 31 points tie him for 11th. Yeo leads league defensemen with eight goals and 28 points and he is tied for the lead with 20 assists and four power-play goals while his 15 power-play points and 11 power-play assists rank second.
In the last 10 games Todd Ford is 6-0-0 with two shutouts, a goals-against average of 1.50 and a save percentage of .949 and Jonathan Boutin is 1-0-0 with a goals-against average of 1.00 and a save percentage of 971. Julien Ellis started the other three games before being recalled to Manitoba of the American Hockey League on Dec. 15 and he was 3-0-0 with a shutout, a goals-against average of 1.00 and a save percentage of .956.
Victoria leads the league in goals-against average with 2.22 and is tied for fifth in scoring with 3.47 goals per game.
The Salmon Kings are fourth in the league on the penalty kill with 87.0 percent (141-for-162) and 10th on the power play with 17.0 percent (34-for-200).