By Kris Smith
After netting twice at the weekend and also bagging an assist, Cownie has set himself up to push on and start racking-up the points.
He said: “I don’t think it’s been from a lack trying but it is nice to finally start getting rewarded for the hard work I have been putting in.
“I think it will do a world of good for my confidence and I am excited to get started again this weekend and keep on rolling.”
The Elite League continues to rise in both quality and skill every season and this year is proving to be the toughest test for teams yet, with all 10 clubs being extremely competitive.
“The league has taken a major step up again, so scoring goals isn’t as easy as maybe it once was but we have gone back to the drawing board.
“That means getting to the net and getting traffic in front of the goal and that is what is creating our goals, so I feel like if we continue to do that then we are going to have success”, added Jordan.
The four straight league victories has given a major confidence boost to the Stars and the Dundonian and his teammates are feeling positive ahead of two big league fixtures this weekend.
“I think going four-on-the-bounce has made the boys confident again, everyone’s excited for this weekend.
“Both are huge matches, it is always tough to go down to Manchester and break them down but I know we will work hard and find ways to create opportunities like we always do and Sunday will be all about the same thing and putting on another good performance for the fans.”
The Stars are on the road in Manchester tonight and return home on Sunday for a clash with Belfast Giants (face-off 5pm). You can buy tickets for Sunday’s home game HERE.