Ferguson has his mojo back

By Chad Klassen
October 27, 2017 - 4:17pm Updated: October 27, 2017 - 6:00pm

KAMLOOPS — After struggling in his starts early in the season, Dylan Ferguson appears to have his mojo back.

Nine straight losses to start the year was frustrating for everyone, including Ferguson, who started in seven of them.

"I had few things in my head that should'nt be there", says Ferguson, "I fixed that pretty quick --- I can't worry about the outcome, I gotta worry about the process."

Ferguson is a big reason why the Blazers won three of their last four games going into Friday nights game against Everett.

Coach Don Hay says "He's playing better --- in the three wins he's been a star in each win in my mind."

Hay says goaltending is sometimes taken for granted. 

"You know we've been pretty spoiled around here the last three years with Connor Ingram playing as well as he did, and sometimes goaltending masks a lot of things."

Ferguson says the team is playing better in front of him and with three wins under their belts, spirits are up in the locker room

Blazers remain winless at home