After suffering their first loss in regulation time in Victoria Saturday night, the Pats bounced back with an 8-3 blowout win against Vancouver on Sunday.
Adam Brooks lead the team with one goal and three assists, extending his point streak to 14 games.
The Pats dominated the first period, scoring four times including one on the powerplay by Nick Henry and a shorthanded goal by Connor Hobbs.
The Giants matched the Pats in goals in the second period with each team scoring twice. Ryker Cole scored one, and Henry added another in the third period, capping the 8-3 win.
Anaheim Ducks prospect Sam Steel scored three points while Connor Hobbs, Luc Smith and Filip Ahl each had a goal and an assist. Jordan Hollett made 21 saves to win in his hometown.
The Pats remain atop of the Eastern Conference at 16-1-3, the record is also good for second overall in the WHL.
The Pats take on the first place Prince George Cougars on Tuesday.