A hat trick from Jack Quinn has helped the Ottawa 67's set a new franchise record for consecutive wins.
The team beat Kingston 8-4 on Thursday afternoon for its 15th win in a row. It had previously won 14 straight games in the 1972-73 season, again in 1998-99, and one more time during the 2019 playoffs.
The Frontenacs made it a game on several occasions, cutting Ottawa's lead to 2-1 in the first period and 5-4 in the third, but two late goals from Quinn and another from Austen Keating put the contest out of reach.
Keating's second goal of the game was his 100th career tally.
Ottawa's Marco Rossi also added a goal and two assists, Thursday.
The 67's will look to extend their record win streak to 16 on Sunday, when they host the Erie Otters at 2 p.m. The Otters have just 14 wins on the season.