Sean Michalevich of the Stettler Lightning scored five times and added two assists in two games.
The 19-year-old Stettler product scored a hat trick in a 12-4 win over Ponoka on Nov. 7.
And the 6-foot-3, 210-pounder was right back at it the next night with a pair of goals and two assists in a 6-4 victory over the Stamps.
But the Heritage Junior Hockey League is eagerly awaiting the day the lights come back on.
The HJHL has been in constant contact with its member teams, the Alberta Junior B chair as well as the other four league presidents throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
Not only have all HJHL teams indicated they will return when Hockey Alberta and provincial health authorities give the green light, but the league will likely have more teams than when the sports world was forced to shut down.
Scheduling options are currently being discussed with team representatives to determine the best course of action.
Last week, Hockey Canada said it will be up to the individual provinces to decide when it's safe to return to play.
“This statement means that when arenas reopen as part of the government of Alberta’s Relaunch Strategy, our Members may resume on-ice, sanctioned activities – subject to compliance with current health and safety standards in Alberta,” Hockey Alberta said last week.
Health authorities have indicated that arenas could open in June.
Players interested in playing in the HJHL in the upcoming season are encouraged to contact their regional clubs to sign up for tryouts. Information can be found at www.heritagejunior.com.