Josh Brittain's offensive outburst gave the Kingston Frontenacs their first Ontario Hockey League win of the year.
Brittain scored three goals as the Frontenacs routed the Ottawa 67's 5-1 on Wednesday.
Nathan Moon and James Marsden also scored for the Frontenacs (1-4-1).
Julien Demers had the only goal for the 67's (4-4-0).
In other Ontario Hockey League games, Belleville beat Oshawa 5-2 and Owen Sound edged Guelph 4-3 in a shootout.
At Kingston, Ont., Mavric Parks made 39 saves for Kingston. Adam Courchaine made 12 saves on 17 shots over 40 minutes for Ottawa. Chris Perugini replaced Courchaine in the third period and stopped all seven shots he faced.
Bulls 5 Generals 2
At Belleville, Ont., Eric Tangradi scored twice as the Bulls beat the Oshawa to extend their winning streak to four games.
Scott Howe had the game winner with 6:13 left in the second period, while P.K. Subban added a goal and two assists and Matthew Tipoff also scored for the Bulls (6-1-0-0) .
Brett Parnham and Kory Nagy replied for the Generals (4-4-0-0).
Attack 4 Storm 3 (SO)
At Owen Sound, Ont., Joey Hishon scored two goals as the Attack edged Guelph in a shootout.
Mike Lomas scored the shootout winner for Owen Sound (2-3-1), while David Kolomatis had a goal and an assist in regulation.
Luke Pither, Tim Priamo and Taylor Beck replied for Guelph (5-2-1).