The Saugeen Shores Winterhawks have run their unbeaten streak to four games in WOAA Senior Hockey.
Win number four came on Friday night as they doubled up on the Durham Thundercats 6-3.
Player of the game Ryan Fry had a goal and an assist and says it was a simple plan of everyone helping everyone else.
Coach Peter Roedger says it was a big win for the Hawks and it sure helped when they got an early goal 1:06 into the first period.
Newcomer Tyler Kennedy, in his first game as a Winterhawk, managed to score a goal as well in the win.
Roedger says Kennedy is the type of player they need on the squad.
He says he's pleased Kennedy is committing to the team and it was a great way for the player to start his season with the Winterhawks.
Elsewhere in the WOAA North on Friday night -- the Elora Rocks beat the Shallow Lake Crushers 8-7 and the Ripley Wolves edged the Mapleton Minto 81's 3-2 in overtime.
Saugeen Shores is on the road Saturday as they take on the Mapleton-Minto 81's in Drayton.
Roedger says this game takes on special meaning because this is the same squad that beat the Hawks on home ice 2-1, at the beginning of the season.
Roedger says his players are motivated and anxious to share a little pay-back and get two more points.
Game time is 6:30 PM.
The Winterhawks are back on home ice next Friday as they host the Elora Rocks.
Game time will be 8:30 PM.