There was no stopping the Acadie-Bathurst Titan once they got rolling on Thursday night.
Robert Davis' first goal of the season sparked a six-goal tear as Acadie-Bathurst downed the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles 6-3 in Quebec Major Junior Hockey League action.
Davis scored two minutes 54 seconds into the second period for the Titan (29-28-5), who then got five more goals from Mario Kurali, Brent Turnbull, Zach O'Brien, Sebastien Trudeau and Ludovic Kabambi.
All six goals came in the middle period. Trudeau and Kabambi struck just nine seconds apart to give Acadie-Bathurst a 6-2 lead.
Raphael Corriveau and Jonathan Brunelle scored in the first to give Cape Breton (21-27-3) a 2-0 lead. William Carrier's goal 7:17 into the third was all the Screaming Eagles could muster against the Titan's barrage.
Robert Steeves made 16 saves to earn the win for Acadie-Bathurst, while Philippe Trudeau stopped 39 shots for Cape Breton.
Neither team could score on their one power play.
The Screaming Eagles have now lost five in a row and are 16th in the overall QMJHL standings, well out of the playoffs.
The Titan have clinched a playoff berth and sit ninth overall.