The Lions looked to revenge against Worcester on Friday night after losing 6-2 against the Railers on Wednesday night.
After a calm first period, Lions forward Pierrick Dubé scored his first professional goal by completing the Tic-Tac-Toe of Olivier Archambault and Peter Abbandonato. A few minutes later, the Railers' Grant Jozefek responded by beating goaltender Philippe Desrosiers.
Midway through the second period, veterans Mathieu Gagnon and Mathieu Brodeur scored back-to-back with two good shots from the blue line to increase the score to 3-1 for the Lions. Defenseman Charles-David Beaudoin then came to seal the outcome of the game by scoring his first of the season.
The Lions and Railers will meet again tomorrow 7:05 pm at the DCU Center in Worcester for a second game in two nights.