Since returning from Tampa Bay Lightning training camp, Brayden Point has been putting on a show for the Moose Jaw Warriors.

In four games since re-joining the Warriors, Point has posted six goals and 12 points, which have him tied for fifth in league scoring. He's also scored in 13 straight games dating back to last season.

His performance in the Warriors' three games last week has earned him the Western Hockey League's Player of the Week honours.

Last Wednesday in the Warriors' 8-5 win over Vancouver, Point had three goals and four points to lead Moose Jaw to the comeback win.

He added a goal and an assist to his total in the Warriors' 4-3 shootout loss to the Edmonton Oil Kings last Friday and then finished up the week with a goal, three points and a plus-four rating in Moose Jaw's 4-3 come back win over the Kootenay Ice on Saturday..

This past week was also a history making one for Point as he moved into sole possession of fourth place in Warriors' all-time scoring with 248 points, which has him just eight points back of Jason Bast for third place.

Point and the Warriors have a three-game road trip this week as they head to Kootenay, Calgary and Edmonton.