Nottingham Panthers remain top of the Elite League after a mixed weekend that saw them fight back to edge out Hull and suffer a heavy defeat at Coventry.
On Saturday Panthers battled back from 2-0 down to beat Hull Stingrays 3-2 in overtime with goals from Marc Levers, Jade Galbraith and Kevin Bergin.
The game doubled as a Challenge Cup tie with Panthers taking a point as the game was level at 2-2 after 60 minutes.
But on Sunday Nottingham suffered a crushing defeat against Coventry Blaze.
Following a tight, scoreless first period, the home side took control in the second period with three goals in six frantic minutes.
Powerplay strikes by Adam Calder, Dan Carlson and a delayed penalty effort by Russell Cowley saw Blaze romp into a 3-0 lead.
Carlson added a fourth in the final period and although Cameron Mann and Dominic D'Amour found the net for the visitors, Greg Chambers grabbed a fifth late on as Blaze sealed a convincing win.
The warning signs were there for Corey Neilson's men against Hull Stingrays at the Ice Centre on Saturday.
A solid defensive display saw the visitors lead 2-0 through powerplay goals by Curtis Huppe and Jeff Glowa.
Levers pulled a goal back on a Panthers powerplay on 48 minutes and Galbraith tied it up in the 54th minute and then in overtime Kevin Bergin won it with another powerplay strike.
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