Glasgow’s Braehead Clan took a point from their game at Coventry Blaze, but ended up on the losing side in a narrow 4-3 overtime loss.
After two home defeats and one goal to show for the two losses, Braehead went to the Skydome looking to repeat last Saturday’s 3-1 win over Danny Stewart’s men.
It took eight minutes for the first goal to hit the net, but unfortunately for John Tripp’s side, it was Coventry who struck first.
Marc-Olivier Vallerand was the man to get it, finishing off a move on the powerplay after being set up by Jordan Pietrus.
Clan looked to hit back and they thought they had done it, but were denied by the pipes as Landon Oslanski went close.
But he found a way through shortly after as the visitors took advantage of a five-on-three powerplay and both sides were level after one.
Braehead went ahead four minutes into the middle session as Mike Embach got on the board with his sixth goal of the season.
But the hosts hit back to level through Ross Venus with an individual goal and the two teams couldn’t be separated.
Even when Adam Courchaine edged Blaze in front again, it wasn’t for long as Brendan Brooks hit back within a minute on a delayed penalty, tying the game at three.
The game went to overtime, but Blaze took the second point when Luke Ferrara set up his captain, Pietrus a minute into the extra period to confirm victory for Coventry.