The Bullfrogs scored five power-play goals and went on to beat host Sacramento, 6-2, in a Roller Hockey International game Thursday night in front of 3,863 at the Arco Arena.
The performance was a reversal of sorts for the Bullfrogs (3-1), who had converted three of 17 power-play opportunities in their first three games.
Todd Wetzel scored two power-play goals in the first quarter to put the Bullfrogs ahead, 2-1. He led the team with 40 goals last season.
Darren Perkins added a goal with a man advantage and Joe Cook closed out the first-half scoring with a short-handed goal to put the Bullfrogs up, 4-2.
Savo Mitrovic and Glenn Stewart had third-quarter goals for the Bullfrogs, who also got strong play from goalie Eric Raymond.
Raymond, in his first year in the league, finished with 35 saves and didn’t give up a goal in the final 33 minutes 21 seconds. He has given up a league-low four goals a game.
The Bullfrogs, who have won three in a row, play tonight in Oakland and then return home for a game against Los Angeles at 6 p.m. Sunday.