The Moose Jaw Warriors' power play is clicking on another level right now.

The Calgary Hitmen played an undisciplined game on Saturday, giving Moose Jaw 11 power play opportunities, and the Warriors made them pay with four power play goals in a 6-3 win at Mosaic Place.

Entering Saturday's contest, the Hitmen sported the best penalty kill in the Western Hockey League, having not allowed a power play goal in 16 shorthanded chances. The Warriors changed that.

Moose Jaw's first three goals came with the man advantage on Saturday and they were quick and efficient while on the power play.

“Those four power play goals were huge to get some momentum for us,” said forward Noah Gregor, who scored twice on the power play and finished with three points in the win.

The first and second units were creating chances and finding the back of the net on the power play, which is now clicking at a league-best 33.3-percent with seven goals in 21 chances this season.

Seven of the Warriors' 11 goals this season have come while on the man advantage.

“Power play is definitely a huge thing for us,” said forward Jayden Halbgewachs. “It just seems to be going for us. When we get a power play, that seems to be where our momentum builds for us, so the power play definitely helps us out.”

Calgary opened the scoring early in the first period on Saturday, but that didn't seem to faze the Warriors as they connected for two power play goals 1:07 apart midway through the first to take the lead.

The Hitmen evened the score late in the opening frame, but the Warriors were handed seven power play chances in the second period and made Calgary pay with two power play goals and another just after a man advantage opportunity.

Captain Brayden Point finished with a goal and two assists – all coming on the power play – in his first game back from Tampa Bay Lightning training camp. He said there's a lot of fire power on that unit.

“There's obviously a lot more skill than we've had in the past few years,” said Point. “We've got a lot of guys that can play and can put the puck in the net, so that definitely helps.

“We got our chances on the power play and made them count and credit our penalty kill too, they did a good job.”

Point and Gregor led the way with three points each in the win, while Dryden Hunt and Halbgewachs had a goal and an assist each. Ryan Gardiner and Brett Howden posted two assists each.

The Warriors' penalty kill went 7-for-8 in the game and now sits third in the league at 89.5-percent (17/19).

Zach Sawchenko shut the door for the Tribe in the third period as Calgary had five of their eight power play chances in the frame. Sawchenko made 17 of his 27 saves in the period for the win.

Point Provides Punch to Warriors

Brayden Point made an impact in his return to the Warriors' lineup, as expected.

The captain finished with three points in the game, including his 100th WHL goal. He also moved into a tie for 8th place on the Warriors' all-time scoring list.

“It felt good to be back here and in front of our fans,” said Point. “There's still things that I'd like to work on, I felt pretty rusty out there, but it was a good start.”

Point was on a line with Dryden Hunt and Nikita Popugaev, two players that arrived in Moose Jaw while Point was with Tampa Bay. He said he enjoyed playing with both guys and feels they'll fit in well together.

“Nikita made a great pass (to set up his goal), he's a great player, he's smart and has a lot of size and speed,” said Point. “Hunt is a big guy as well, he can really rip the puck, so it's going to be a fun year.”

The Warriors will return to the ice on Wednesday when the Vancouver Giants come to Mosaic Place. That's the first of three home games in four nights for the Warriors with Edmonton in town Friday and Kootenay on Saturday.