The Barrie Colts completed their second consecutive comeback in as many games on Friday night in London, beating the Knights 5-3.
Chris Grisolia opened the scoring for the Colts 2:11 into the first period and later started the third period comeback by scoring his second of the night, 1:33 into the period.
Anthony Tabak scored less than two minutes later to tie the game at 3.
Beau Jelsma completed the individual effort driving wide on the Knights defender and tucking it in to give the Colts their eventual game-winning goal.
Jacob Frasca, who was skating in his game back from Arizona Coyotes camp, converted on the insurance goal to give the Colts a two-goal lead.
Grisolia went on to be named first-star and Jelsma collected third-star honours.
Colts travel to Owen Sound on Saturday for their second pre-season matchup vs the Attack. Puck drop is 7 P.M at Harry Lumley Bayshore Community Centre.