The dynamic duo of Dallas Calvin and Dan Holland teamed up for seven points, and 15 in the last two games, to lead the Hawks.
Calvin had a four point night with a goal and three assists while Holland had two goals and a helper.
Beaver Valley jumped out to a 4-0 lead on goals by Nick Perez, Riley Brandt, and a pair from Russell Mortlock.
After a Spokane goal at the end of the second, the Hawks stretched it to 6-1 early in the third, on goals from Calvin and Holland. Spokane’s leading goal scorer Dylan Tappe would get back-to-back markers for the Braves but the final result was never in doubt as Holland added an empty netter to ice it 7-3.
The Nitehawks take a break until next week when they play a home-and-home with Castlegar Dec. 28 and 29.