No lead is safe against the hottest team in the Eastern Conference.
Brady Brassart had two goals and an assist as the Calgary Hitmen rallied for a 6-3 win over the visiting Lethbridge Hurricanes in Western Hockey League action on Sunday.
Brooks Macek had a goal and two assists for the Hitmen (22-16-3), who trailed 3-0 before they scored six straight goals, including four in the final period.
Victor Rask, Chase Clayton and Jimmy Bubnick also scored for Calgary, who has won a season-high five games in a row.
Cam Braes and Nick Buonassisi had a goal and an assist each for the Hurricanes (16-27-1), who have lost five of their past seven games.
Philip Tot also scored for Lethbridge.
Brandon Glover made 21 saves for the win while Damien Ketlo stopped 41 of 47 shots in defeat.
Calgary went 1 for 9 on the power play as Lethbridge failed to score on four opportunities with the man advantage.
Elsewhere in the WHL, it was: Red Deer 4 Edmonton 3 (SO); Kootenay 3 Medicine Hat 1; and Spokane 5 Everett 3.
At Calgary, Tot opened the scoring at 17:15 of the first period to give the Hurricanes a 1-0 lead.
Lethbridge extended their lead to 3-0 in the second period from goals by Braes at 4:21 and Buonassisi at 7:31 however, Calgary responded with six unanswered.
Brassart scored a power-play goal at 17:10 and Rask added another with 17 seconds remaining in the period to make it 3-2 Hurricanes after 40 minutes.
Clayton tied the game at 7:24 of the third and Brassart's second goal of the game, at 11:59, stood as the winner.
Macek added Calgary's fifth straight goal less than two minutes later and Bubnick scored short handed at 18:58.
Rebels 4 Oil Kings 3 (SO)
At Edmonton, Colten Mayor scored the shootut winner and Deven Dubyk made 37 saves as Red Deer (18-18-4) beat the Oil Kings (27-10-5).
Ice 3 Tigers 1
At Cranbrook, B.C., Nathan Lieuwen made 31 saves, including a stop on a Hunter Shinkaruk penalty shot, as the Kootenay (24-13-4) beat Medicine Hat (24-15-4).
Chiefs 5 Silvertips 3
At Everett, Wash., Blake Gal scored the short-handed winner and the Spokane Chiefs (20-13-5) completed a sweep of three games in three nights in three different cities by beating the Silvertips (7-25-8).