Chris Gill scored seven goals to lead the Vancouver Ravens to a 13-7 win over the New York Saints at Nassau Coliseum Saturday night.
Gill scored twice in the first period as the Ravens (6-6) jumped out to a 5-1 lead, and added another goal in the second quarter as the Ravens expanded their lead to 6-3.
Despite a fourth quarter rally by the Saints, on goals by Gavin Prout, Jonas Derks and Ramar Clash, New York never came closer than trailing by one goal, 8-7.
Three straight goals by Gill within 1:24 sealed the Ravens win, their third straight, and second in two nights on a New York area road swing.
Peter Morgan scored one goals and assisted on three others for the Ravens, as did Chris Prat, while Darren Resig had two goals.
Derks scored two goals for New York while Roy Colsey, Rusty Kruger, Kris Bryde, Prout and Clash netted one goal apiece.
Ravens Goaltender Dwight Maetche made 61 saves, while the Saints Gord Nash stopped 36 in 52:10 of play, and Clayton Bergie stopped 1.