Simon Fraser University moved to within three points of league leading Selkirk College in B.C. Intercollegiate hockey last weekend.
The Clan club knocked off Thompson Rivers University 7-6 in a shootout on Feb. 8. SFU then defeated Eastern Washington at home 5-1 on the following night.
Kale Wild tallied the game-winning goal with the eighth shot in the marathon shootout. Nick Sandor led the Clan with three points, including a pair of goals in the contest.
Brenden Silvester and Jono Ceci both scored a goal and added one assist.
Graeme Gordon registered the win in goal, making 32 saves for the Clan.
On the Saturday, defenceman Tyler Mah was named the game's first star, with a goal and a single assist.
Trevor Milner also contributed with a pair of goals, including the eventual game-winner in the final minute of the opening period for the Clan. Colton Graf matched Mah's contribution with a goal and one helper.
SFU is in Langley for a tilt against Trinity Western University tonight (Friday). The Clan then returns home for a return match with the Langley club at the Bill Copeland Sports Centre on Saturday. The puck drops at 7 p.m.
SFU will close out its season series against Selkirk College the following Saturday at home. The Clan's final home game is on March 2.
The B.C. Intercollegiate playoffs are scheduled to begin on March 8.