Lockerbie's purple patch continued when good play from Liam Stenton saw him tee up Lockerbie who squeezed home another goal, completing his natural hat-trick
in a clinical sub-three minute spell After some good defensive play as the Devils tried to impose themselves offensively back in the game, Lewis Houston won the race to a loose puck and used his blistering acceleration to skate the length of the ice, beat the challenge of the defence man and pick his spot beyond the committed netminder.
Dingle's natural hat-trick
strike making it 2-3 (26.19), Gaelan Patterson then registering for 2-4 (33.11) and Brett Robinson (39.30) giving Blaze a commanding 2-5 lead to end the second.
The Colonials (1-4) rallied behind Rachel Mia, who reeled off a natural hat-trick
in the final 12:21 of the first half to cut the lead to 4-3.
The Devils then accelerated away with scores from Smith (31), Scott Romfo (34), a natural hat-trick
from by Brad Voth (39, 45 and 46), followed by further goals from Tylor Michel (51) and Smith hat-trick marker on 53 minutes.
5 HARD-working playmaker Mike Berry produced a natural hat-trick
as the Vipers dominated the final period of play.
A natural hat-trick
by evergreen goalscorer Adam Calder put Blaze, sponsored by Coventry Plumbing and Heating, in control.
With two minutes left to play, Latulippe swerved around the oncoming Verner to complete a natural hat-trick
On Saturday, Colin Shields' natural hat-trick
against the Devils turned a 2-1 disadvantage into a 4-2 advantage for the Vipers at 52 minutes.