After a small offensive dry spell, Dillon Dube got himself back on the scoresheet in a big way last week.
The Kelowna Rockets winger posted seven points in a trio of skates, helping his club rattle off three straight wins. Dube and the Rockets now have a 30-19-4 record and 64 points on the year and hold the tiebreaker over the Victoria Royals for third place in the Western Hockey League's B.C. Division.
Dube now has eight goals and 26 points through 21 games this season, which ranks him ninth amongst all Rockets skaters despite missing over a month of action due to a lower body injury at the start of the season.
Dube's week started with a two-goal, four-point effort in the Rockets' 8-2 win over the Calgary Hitmen on Feb. 1. The Cochrane, AB native opened the scoring for Kelowna, assisted on Calvin Thurkauf's first period goal, set up Nick Merkley's second period tally, and capped off the night with his second goal of the game in the middle frame. Dube was named the game's second star.
Two nights later, Dube had another multi-point outing in the Rockets' 3-2 win over the Prince George Cougars. He assisted on Kole Lind's short-handed goal and set up Lind's game-winning goal in the third period. Dube was tabbed as the game's third star last Friday.
Dube ended the week with one assist in Kelowna's 5-1 victory over Prince George on Feb. 4. He collected his 18th assist of the year on Reid Gardiner's third period power play goal.