Brampton Battalion forward Jamie Lewis knows why his team has been so dominant as of late.
"We are getting some solid goaltending and defence," said Lewis. "We are also getting some timely goals."
Lewis and Sam Carrick each scored a pair of goals to lead the Battalion to a 5-2 win over the Kingston Frontenacs on Sunday afternoon in Ontario Hockey League action.
Philip Lane scored the other Battalion (18-10-4) goal while Marcus McIvor chipped in with two assists.
Cody Alcock and Kyler Nixon scored for the Frontenacs (8-20-4).
Matej Machovsky made 17 saves for the win as Igor Bobkov stopped 36 shots in defeat.
Brampton capitalized on one of their seven opportunities with the man advantage while Kingston went 0-for-7 on the power play.
The Battalion have now won four games in a row and sit three points ahead of the Barrie Colts and Niagara IceDogs for first in the OHL Central Division.
Elsewhere in the OHL, it was: Brampton 5, Kingston 2; London 2, Guelph 1 (OT); Kitchener 6, Mississauga 1; Sarnia 4, Peterborough 2; Saginaw 7, Erie 1; and Sault Ste. Marie 5, Oshawa 3.
At Brampton, Ont., Alcock scored just 1:18 into the game to give Kingston a 1-0 lead, but Lewis scored at 3:02 to tie it at one.
Lane then scored short handed to give the Battalion a 2-1 lead through 20 minutes of play.
Nixon tied it for the Frontenacs at 2:36 of the second period but Lewis scored his second goal of the game 34 seconds later to regain Brampton's lead.
Carrick then scored at 12:24 to give the Battalion a two-goal advantage heading into the third period.
Carrick then added one more at 10:19, on the power play, to give Brampton a 5-2 victory.
Knights 2 Storm 1 (OT)
At Guelph, Ont., Max Domi scored in overtime and Michael Houser turned aside 32 shots to lead London (24-6-1) over the Storm (13-13-5).
Rangers 6 Majors 1
At Mississauga, Ont., Zach Lorentz scored two goals and John Gibson made 35 saves as Kitchener (21-9-1) downed the Majors (14-13-4).
Sting 4 Petes 2
At Sarnia, Ont., Nail Yakupov returned to the lineup after missing seven games with an injury and had a goal and an assist to help the Sting (18-9-5) defeat Peterborough (14-13-5).
Spirit 7 Otters 1
At Saginaw, Mich., Josh Shalla had his second straight two-goal game and also added an assist as the Spirit (13-17-2) crushed Erie (4-25-2).
Greyhounds 5 Generals 3
At Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., Carson Dubchak scored a hat trick to lift the Greyhounds (16-14-4) past Oshawa (13-16-4).