The Kootenay ICE were firing on all cylinders Tuesday night in a 7-3 win over the Lethbridge Hurricanes.
The ICE would enter the second period tied 1-1 but Peyton Krebs led the goal train as the ICE managed to pot four pucks in a matter of two minutes and eight seconds.
The Taphorn twins each added a goal of their own with another from Brett Davis.
Duncan McGovern was solid in net turning aside 24 of 27 Hurricane shots.
Colton Kroeker had three assists while Krebs (1G, 1A), Brad Ginnell (1G, 1A) and Davis (2G) all picked up a pair of points in the winning effort.
The ICE outshot the Canes 32-27 and were 2 for 4 on the man advantage.
This was the first time Kootenay was able to to beat Lethbridge this season and they pull within three points of the rival Canes for second place in the Central Division.
The ICE are back in action this weekend in Cranbrook when they welcome the Brandon Wheat Kings to town for a pair of games Friday and Saturday.