Icing without the recently departed Luke Reynolds, and injured pair Joe Allen and Casimir Madren Britton, the Londoners scored within the first two minutes of the game.
Tyrone Miller released Liam Rasmussen down the right and his shot evaded Saunders in the Jets goal.
The home side hit back four minutes later on the powerplay as Jamie Milton was in the right place to pick up a rebound from a Stas Prokofiev shot and fire high past Nubert in the Redskins goal.
Streatham didn’t let this unsettle them and after killing a couple more penalties they finally eased into their rhythm.
Three goals in a five minute spell for the Redskins effectively ended the game early on as a contest with Russ Stevens scoring on the ten minute mark and then Chris Rasmussen finishing a David Carr pass less than a minute later.
A sorry spell for Slough was completed just two minutes later as former Jets Captain Jamie McIlroy slotted home from close range to make it 4-1 to Streatham.
Before the end of the period Russ Stevens poked home a loose puck in the crease to give the visitors a 5-1 advantage at the first interval.
The second period saw more of the same as Evander Grinnell scored within two minutes of the restart and only a Slough goal from Prokofiev interrupted another effort from McIlroy, a brace from Jakub Klima and a solo effort from Joe Johnston.
With Streatham leading 10-2 going into the third period and Slough hanging on for dear life, the game continued predictably in the same way as before.
Grinnell, Stevens and Klima completed their hat tricks with a brace and one goal each respectively, and former Jet Eddie Temple managed to get on the score sheet for the Redskins.
Slough did manage two more goals through Prokofiev again and also Zoran Kozic to give a final scoreline of 15-4. The end of the game was marred by an injury to a Slough player whose shoulder popped out when he landed on the ice after being tripped.
An ambulance attended to the stricken player and he was taken to hospital.
Man of the match – Dom (Dan) Hopkins