Josh Brittain had two goals and an assist Friday, leading the Komets to a 5-2 victory over the Evansville IceMen at Memorial Coliseum.
In his last seven games, Brittain has six goals.
In his first two professional seasons combined -- including the playoffs -- he had only 11 goals for Elmira of the ECHL and Syracuse of the higher-level American Hockey League.
"I've really found my groove," he said. "I worked really hard over the summer and I'm really trying to shape my game. Obviously I have some great linemates, and Brandon Marino and (Colin Chaulk) are just finding me out there on the ice. They're making it easy for me."
Remember, Jean-Michel Rizk has a goal in four-straight games, too.
This was the 4,500th game in Komets' history. They are are 2,323-1,732-445 all-time.
As for that dominating second period that turned the game around, Komets coach Al Sims said: "In the second period, we really dominated. We got things to the net, got ourselves to the net and both goals were rebound goals. … Up 2-1 going into the third period, we have a lot of confidence that we can win those games."