Sarnia netminder Charlie Graham made 30 saves as the Sarnia Sting downed the Owen Sound Attack 4-1 at the Harry Lumley Bayshore Community Centre in Owen Sound in OHL action on Saturday.
Travis Konecny had a goal and an assist as Sarnia beat the Attack for its third-straight win.
Jakob Chychrun, Anthony Salinitri and Kevin Spinozzi also scored for the Sting.
Owen Sound got on the board three and a half minutes into the game on a goal by Bryson Cianfrone -- on Owen Sound's first shot of the game -- but that's all they'd get on Graham.
The Sting move to 77 points and remain the number-two seed in the Ontario Hockey League Western Conference and first in the West Division.
In fact, this might be a playoff preview with Owen Sound falling to seventh place with the loss in this game.
Owen Sound, with the defeat stays at 64 points but they drop to Seventh in the Western Conference as the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds also have 64 points.
The Greyhounds they move ahead of Owen Sound simply because they have one more win to this point in the season than the Attack.
Next action for the Attack is Monday night when they host Niagara in a make-up game.