The Cochrane Chaos showed why they're the best team in the south division of the AJFHL with a pair of home wins over the weekend.

The Chaos limited to the Calgary Titans to just one goal in their 4-1 Friday night win, then scored four unanswered goals against the Lethbridge Eagles for a 6-2 comeback victory.

Chaos head coach Derek Loomer believes the Chaos were at their best in the win against the Eagles.

"Everybody showed up and everybody competed hard," says Loomer. "You know, we've had a lot of games where we've had some players that you know haven't dug in, and as a group, I think we won games sometimes when we haven't really played as well as we can. Today I thought we won that game and we deserved to win because everybody battled hard. They went hard to the corners, hard on pucks and just wore them down and then we could fill the net later as they got more."

Kelly Stanford, top scorer for the Chaos and the entire AJFHL, says the wins helps to set the pace for the start of playoffs that are just weeks away.

"Yesterday (Jan. 19) we played a pretty good game, a little slow start, but we turned it around, and we can say the same about today," says Stanford. "We fought back from a little bit of adversity against a good team. We were able to get it done, and that's huge coming into playoffs."

Eagle Kendi Lundell put the Eagles ahead 2-1 four minutes into the second with her second goal of the night. The Chaos kicked into high gear, firing 22 shots on Eagles netminder Carolyn Demchuk to pull ahead 4-2 by the end of the second and tapped in two more in the third.

mckayKaylee McKay racked up her 10th win in her 11th appearance this season.

It was win number 10 for Cochrane goalie Kaylee McKay, who's in her second year with the club. She enjoys the team's chemistry.

"We all get along great, we all try, we all want to be here, and I think all of those positive pieces connect," says McKay. "I think we have a great chance to win the provincial championship against this year."

The Chaos have one game on the road this weekend and only four remaining in the regular season. We don't see them back at Totem One until their final home game against the Foothills Storm on Feb. 9.

The Chaos have been the class of the south division, wrapping up first some time ago with their 17-3-1-1 record.