The Grizzlies were on the road for four games in the last two weeks against Princeton, Osoyoos, Golden and Sicamous.
On Sept. 21 the Grizzlies beat the Princeton Posse 10-1.
Forty seconds in to the first period Rider McCallum scored the first goal of the game assisted by Cody Flann. Less than two minutes later Flann scored a powerplay goal with an assist from Tommy Bodtker and Kaeden Patrick.
At 4:32 into the first Ullar Wiatzka scored with an assist from Bodtker and Kaeden Patrck.
Bodtker scored the next goal with an assist from Patrick and Wiatzka.
The Posse answered back with less than 10 minutes left in the first with a goal by Aubrey Macleod, assisted by Noah Brusse and Austin O’Neill.
With six minutes left on the clock the Grizzlies scored two in a row, the first by Raymond Speerbrecker assisted by Dylan Devers and McCallum and the second by Bodtker.
The second period was more closely matched, with the score remaining 6-1 for the first nearly 12 minutes before Cadden put goal number seven in the net assisted by Speerbrecker and Devers.
Harrison Rosch scored goal number eight with an assist by Cadden and Jake Huculak.
With one minute left in the second Ryan Pereverzoff scored goal nine assisted by Flann and Patrick.
The third period saw no penalties and one last goal by Wiatzka, assisted by Huculak with 4:21 left on the clock.
The next evening the Grizzlies played the Osoyoos Coyotes, winning 8-3.
Devers netted the first goal eight minutes into the first period with an assist from Cash Sawchyn. 30 seconds later Ethan Schaeffer scored goal number two.
A minute and a half later Flann scored the third goal with an assist by Patrick.
With 4.5 minutes left the in the first Cash Sawchyn scored with an assist from David Lenzin and Dylan Devers. Lenzin scored the final goal of the first with an assist from Flann and Patrick.
The Coyotes came out hard in the second period, scoring a goal less than 1.5 minutes in. The Grizzlies answered with goal number six, two minutes later, by Lenzin assisted by Wiatzka and Ethan Schaeffer.
Goal seven was scored by Azam Jiwa.
The Coyotes scored the last two goals of the second period, going to the locker room with three goals on the board.
There was only one goal scored in the third period, by Lenzin for the Grizzlies, assisted by Sawchyn and Caleb Rausch.
The game was rough, with 32 penalties awarded in total.
On Sept. 28 the Grizzlies played the Golden Rockets and won 6-2.
Schaeffer scored the first goal of the game with around three minutes left in the first period, assisted by Brenden Vulcano and Pereverzoff.
The Grizzlies score goal number two twenty seconds in to the second period on a power play, by Scaeffer assisted by David Lenzin and Wiatzka.
The Rockets answered with a goal a minute and a half later by Dominic Turner, Bryce Trimmer and Riley Egan.
Five minutes later Schaeffer scored goal number three assisted by Pereverzoff and Wiatzka.
The Grizzlies scored the first two goals in the third period. Lenzin assisted by Patrick and Patrick assisted by Flann and Lenzin.
The Rockets scored goal two at 17:05.
With 23 seconds left in the game Cadden and Ryan Bedard.
As of press deadline on Monday morning the Sept. 29 game sheet had not been posted, however Revelstoke beat Sicamous 6-2 with goals by Cadden, Vulcano, Flann, Anderson, Bedard and Perevverzoff.