Batchewana Attack spotted Sudbury Royals a 2-0 lead and skated back for a 5-2 win in Canadian International Hockey League play on Saturday.
Goals by Connor Mick and Lucas Penner staked the Royals to a 2-0 lead before the visiting Attack tied it up on tallies by Nate Harris and Darian Pilon.
Batchewana then took control goals in the third by Johan Kling, Jacob Palmerio and Drake Pilon to take the road victory.
“In the first period we came out slow and we got away from the things we do well,” said Attack head coach Denny Lambert.
“In the second period, we came around. We regrouped and got back to our game plan. Once every one got their legs back our success followed. After we settled down, we got on the ice and played our Batchewana Attack style of play. When every one gets rolling our team is hard to stop,” Lambert added.
Batchewana and Sudbury are back in action this afternoon with a 4 p.m. game at Rankin Arena.