CALGARY - The Calgary Hitmen tied a franchise record with six power-play goals en route to a 6-1 win over the Saskatoon Blades in Western Hockey League play Sunday afternoon.
Michael Stone and Joel Broda led the attack with two goals each for the Hitmen (49-17-3), who won their sixth straight game. Brandon Kozun scored once and set up two others, while Tyler Shattock added a single. Misha Fisenko chipped in with three helpers.
Sena Acolatse scored the lone goal of the game for the Blades (44-17-7), who jumped out to a 1-0 lead before the Hitmen responded with six straight power-play goals.
Calgary went 6-for-8 with the man advantage, while Saskatoon scored once on six power-play opportunities.
Although Martin Jones saw his impressive shutout streak end at 187:59 when Acolatse scored at 2:21 of the first period, the Calgary goalie finished the game with 27 saves to record his 34th win of the campaign.
Adam Morrison started in net for Saskatoon and stopped 15 of 20 shots he faced through two periods of action before Steven Stanford made 12 saves in a relief appearance during the final frame.