Six Midwest Junior Hockey League teams took the ice Saturday night and all three games were decided by at least three goals.
At the Hartland Sports Center, the first-place Hartland Hounds scored 33 seconds into the game and never looked back in a 9-1 win over the Great Lakes Lightning.
Hartland captain Jake Henrikson scored three goals with two assists, newcomer Gabe Daavettila had a goal and three assists and Jared Vincek potted two goals of his own, including the goal in the first minute of the game.
Zak Bodziak and Alex Grizzel each had a goal and an assist, Tyler Thirlby scored and Jake Spisak tacked on a pair of assists to help back Myles Grix's 26-save outing in goal.
Great Lakes captain Andrew Shalawylo netted the lone goal for the Lightning and Jeff LaBaere and Garrett Avery combined to make 56 saves.
In Holland, the visiting Soo Firehawks won their second straight over the Holland River Bandits with an 8-2 victory at the Edge Ice Arena.
Andrew Holder led the Soo with three goals and an assist, Lucas McLeod added two goals and two helpers and Trevor McRorie had a goal and an assist to backKeegan McGraw's 29 saves in goal.
Alex Drulia and Nick Murphy added goals, while James Goudreau, Ryan Marshall and Mike Mullen notched two assists apiece.
For Holland, Cory Bussing tallied a goal and an assist, Abram Prince a goal and John Posler made 79 saves as the Firehawks peppered the netminder with 87 shots on goal.
The Rhinelander Street Cats split their two-game set with the Bloomington Jr. Blaze with a 6-3 win at the Rhinelander Ice Arena.
Devan Vander Wyk went for two goals, while Caleb Stolzman and Kirill Kulakov each paced the Street Cats' attack with a goal and an assist.
Dmitry Lvov and Todd Huotari also scored, Peter Carlin contributed two assists and Rushan Guinuillin made 40 saves for the win between the pipes.
Patrick Anaruk recorded a goal and an assist for the Jr. Blaze and Matt Donley picked up two assists.
Steven Smoltz and Ty Gehrken added single goals and goaltender Gavin Carlson finished with 41 saves.