Kevin Hancock had his first career hat trick, as the Owen Sound Attack blasted the Guelph Storm 8-1 last night.
In the first period he scored on a two man advantage, then scored twice in the span of just over six minutes in the second to give the Attack a 4-1 lead at the time.
He also had an assist, to give him four points on the evening.
Justin Brack had his first goal of the season, while Patrus Palmu and Nick Suzuki also had two goals for the Attack, who snapped a two game losing streak.
Santino Centorame had four assists in the game, while Michael McNiven posted his 15th win on the year before departing to World Junior Hockey Selection Camp for Canada.
The Attack returns to home ice, as they host the Kingston Frontenacs at the Harry Lumley-Bayshore Community Centre tonight at 7:30 PM.