Brett Pinkerton had the biggest night of his young junior career, scoring four times, and adding one assist, in the Wayway Wolverines' 7-2 victory over the Neepawa Natives.
The win, was the fourth in a row for the Wolverines, and they've out-scored their opposition 21-5 during that stretch.
Wednesday's win appeared pretty one-sided, with the shots reading 44-16 for the Wolverines.
Wayway's top line combined for 11 points, as Shane Goodrunning and Richard Little both added a goal and two assists to Pinkerton's five point night.
Scott Gallaher scored his first MJHL goal, and Stephane Robidoux played his first game since about the 8 minute mark of the season opener, as he returned from a concussion, and registered an assist, while also testing out his melon with a scrap.
The Wolverines have another Addison Division swing this weekend, as they hope to keep the streak going in Selkirk and Portage on Saturday and Sunday.