Since making a pair of deals at the trade deadline, the Kitchener Rangers scoring woes are becoming a thing of the past.
It's a small sample size, but the team is averaging 4.3 goals per games since acquiring Josh Leivo, Frank Corrado, Derek Schoenmakers and Joel Vienneau.
The latest win was last night's 5-1 pasting of the Sarnia Sting. That's 3-0 at home this year if you're counting.
No question the moves added depth. And the team will need to lean on that aspect in the next few weeks as it loses - once again - four premier players to NHL camps.