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 Fife Flyers vs Nottingham Panthers game summary

Fife Flyers, sponsored by Arnold Clark Mercedes-Benz, welcomed Corey Neilson's Nottingham Panthers to Fife Ice Arena on Sunday evening for the first time with the only encounter this season seeing Flyers come out 5-4 overtime winners in Nottingham back in November.

Flyers went into Sunday's game with a full roster available resulting in Brady Ramsay being Flyers healthy scratch as Todd Dutiaume's side looked to end a run of 4 consecutives defeats.

Despite a 30 minute delay to face-off due to a fault with the zamboni, both teams weren't slow out the blocks, with both teams having good scoring opportunities in the opening 10 minutes.

Despite a number of chances for both sides neither team could break the deadlock.

The major talking point from the opening period saw Flyers captain leave the game with a lower body injury and in serious discomfort, after what appeared to be an innocuous coming together with a Panthers forward.

With no goals in the opening period the sides went into the dressing room tied at 0-0.

A tigher second period saw Flyers look to get the go ahead goal but were unable to find a way through Panthers netmind Patrick Galbraith.

As the period looked to be heading to a close with the score goalles, Panthers Yann Sauve fired the puck top corner at 37:05 to give the visitors the lead going into the final period.

Flyers got themselves back in the game early in the 3rd period when Evan Bloodoff tied the game at 41:35 picking up the rebound at the Panthers net.

Bloodoff then put Fife in the lead when he picked up a loose puck in front of the Panthers' net to make it 2-1 at 47:34. Flyers lead didn't last long as Mark Derlago tied the game for the visitors at 47:50.

With just over 3 minute remaining on the clock Ian Young sealed a much needed win for Todd Dutiaume's side at 56:28, ending a 4 game losing run.

FINAL SCORE: Fife Flyers 3 Nottingham Panthers 2

Fife Flyers Scoring:

Evan Bloodoff (2+0), Ian Young (1+0), Carlo Finucci (0+2), Liam Heelis (0+1), Chase Schaber (0+1), Charlie Mosey (0+1)

Fife Flyers Man of the Match:

27: Charlie Mosey

Nottingham Panthers Scoring:

Yann Sauve (1+1), Mark Derlago (1+1), Luke Pither (0+2)

Nottingham Panthers Man of the Match:

81: Luke Pither

Shots on Goal:

Andy Iles: P1 - 10, P2 - 10, P3 - 8 Total = 28

Patrick Galbraith: P1 - 6, P2 - 11, P3 - 18 Total = 35

Attendance: 1704

2018/19 EIHL LEAGUE STANDINGS

TeamGPPts
Cardiff Devils Cardiff 0 0
Manchester Manchester 0 0
Sheffield Steelers Sheffield 0 0
Nottingham Panthers Nottingham 0 0
Belfast Giants Belfast 0 0
Guilford Flames Guildford 0 0
Fife Flyers Fife 0 0
Coventry Blaze Coventry 0 0
Braehead Clan Braehead 0 0
Dundee Stars Dundee 0 0
MK Lightning MK 0 0
  2018/19 Standings  

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