Momentum is clearly on the side of the Cornwall Colts.
After falling behind 1-0 in the Central Canada Hockey League final, the Colts have now won two in a row, including game three in Nepean against the Raiders Sunday afternoon, by a score of 5-1
The Colts now lead the series 2-1, with game four set for the Ed Lumley Arena Tuesday (7:30 p.m.).
Cornwall got a goal from Trenth Durocher in the first period before exploding for four in the second period courtesy of Michael Borkowski with two and singles from Tylor and Tyson Spink.
The Colts were outshot and once again relied on goalie Lukas Hafner for a strong game. Hafner was perfect in a 2-0 win in game two in Cornwall.