The Carolina Thunderbirds rebounded from a rare loss by routing the Port Huron Prowlers 11-2 on Saturday night in Michigan.
Leading the way was Chase Fallis, who had a hat track as the Thunderbirds (46-6) had their highest scoring game in their two seasons in the Federal Hockey League.
The Thunderbirds outshot the Prowlers (23-29) by a whopping 53-33 margin.
The Thunderbirds lost to the Prowlers 5-4 in overtime on Friday night to break a nine-game winning streak.
Josh Pietrantonio had two goals and two assists for the Thunderbirds and Jiri Pargac added one goal and four assists.
Also scoring for the Thunderbirds were Michael Bunn, who had two goals with Petr Panacek and Stan Vlasov adding one goal each.
The Thunderbirds will continue their road trip by playing the Danville Dashers on Sunday at 6 p.m.