The Barrie Colts unloaded all their firepower and then some, but couldn't find a way to overcome a spectacular performance by Sudbury goaltender Joel Vienneau.
Vienneau made 54 saves Monday night as the Wolves beat the Colts 4-1 in Ontario Hockey League action.
Vienneau stopped the first 54 attempts he faced before the Colts scored with 1:17 left in regulation to break the shutout.
Jacob Harris had a pair of goals for Sudbury (16-16-7), which has picked up points in eight straight contests.
Josh Leivo and Mathew Campagna had the other goals for the Wolves. Campagna, who also recorded an assist in the victory, is riding a 14-game point streak.
Elsewhere in the OHL it was: Brampton 5, Mississauga 2; Kingston 7, Ottawa 5; Plymouth 5, Windsor 2; Sault Ste. Marie 7, Saginaw 3; London 3, Sarnia 2; and Niagara 7, Erie 4.
At Barrie, Ont., Zach Hall had the lone goal for the Colts (24-11-1), who lost their second game in a row without Mark Scheifele and Anthony Camara. Both are playing for Canada at the world junior hockey championship.
Both teams were unable to strike on the man advantage. The Colts went 0 for 6 on the power play, while Sudbury finished the night at 0 for 1.
Barrie's Mathias Niederberger turned aside 35 shots in defeat.
Battalion 5, Steelheads 2
At Brampton, Ont., Nick Paul had a hat trick to lead the Battalion (19-14-6) past Mississauga (19-14-3).
Frontenacs 7, 67's 5
At Ottawa, Ryan Kujawinski scored a hat trick and Kingston (18-16-2) had four unanswered goals in the third period to rally past the 67's (10-24-3).
Whalers 5, Spitfires 2
At Windsor, Ont., Garrett Meurs scored twice and Alex Nedeljkovic made 38 saves as Plymouth (16-12-8) shot down the Spitfires (14-18-6).
Greyhounds 7, Spirit 3
At Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., defenceman Ryan Sproul scored three goals to lead the Greyhounds (19-17-2) past Saginaw (15-18-5).
Knights 3, Sting 2
At Sarnia, Ont., Bo Horvat's two goals helped London (32-5-2) beat Sarnia (20-13-3) for the Knights' 24th straight victory.
IceDogs 7, Otters 4
At St. Catharines, Ont., Steven Shipley's three goals helped the IceDogs (22-14-2) rally past Erie (12-21-5).