Dillon Dube intends on heading into the Western Hockey League postseason on a roll.
The Kelowna Rockets forward rattled off eight points in three games last week, pushing him to 53 points through just 37 games this season.
Dube, the Flames' second round selection in 2016, leads all Rockets skaters with a 1.43 points-per-game average.
Dube kicked off the week with one assist in the Rockets' 4-3 win over the Victoria Royals on Tuesday. He was credited with the secondary helper on Carsen Twarynski's second period goal.
On Friday, the Cochrane product was named the first star in Kelowna's 8-1 drubbing over the Vancouver Giants. Dube scored the game-winner at the 12:23 mark of the first period and added a power play marker at 7:20 in the second period. He also assisted on Cal Foote's second period goal.
Dube wrapped up the week with another first star performance on Saturday, posting four points in the Rockets' 4-3 overtime victory over the Royals. He assisted on Reid Gardiner's first period goal, scored the Rockets second goal of the game in the second stanza, picked up an assist on Rodney Southam's power play tally in the middle frame and then netted the game-winner just 19 seconds into overtime.
Kelowna has three games left in the regular season and are sitting in second in the B.C. Division with 91 points -- just two points back of the division-leading Prince George Cougars.
"Our team is pretty resilient right now and we're playing the right way," Dube told KelownaRockets.com after Saturday's win. "We're definitely creating a good culture."