The fourth line was singled out in two straight games.
Saturday, Kitchener Rangers coach Jay McKee was disappointed with the unit in the team's 3-2 come from behind victory over the lowly Saginaw Spirit.
"I called them out a little bit," said the skipper. "They had a breakdown for a goal against and took a penalty which they shouldn't have taken. You have to be responsible when you're out there getting limited ice time."
Sunday evening the trio, which included centre Eric Guest and wingers Nick McHugh and Jonathan Yantsis, was praised in the team's 5-3 win against the Flint Firebirds at the Dort Federal Event Center.
"A big credit goes to that line," said McKee, whose club took four of a possible six points in three games this weekend. "I felt our fourth line was excellent which allowed us to keep rolling lines and stay fresh."