David Wolf has been an offensive powerhouse for the Adirondack Flames through January and in a pair of games last weekend, he was able to push his point streak to six games.
The German winger scored three goals against Rochester in a home-and-home set, giving him 12 on the year. That total ties him with Ben Hanowski and Emile Poirier for the team lead in goals.
On Friday, Wolf picked a power play marker in the first period -- his third goal with the man advantage this season -- and fired two shots on net in the 3-2 loss to the Americans.
The following night, the 25-year-old netted a pair of goals and put five shots on net in the Flames 4-1 over Rochester. He was named the game's first star for his efforts.
Through 35 games this season, Wolf has 12 goals and 27 points, which places him third in team scoring.
Wolf was one of three players recalled by the Calgary Flames on Monday.