Flyers inflict swift revenge over Flames. 21st October 2019
Fife Flyers managed to get their revenge over the Guildford Flames twenty four hours after the Flames had defeated the Scottish outfit 3-2 after overtime in Scotland on Saturday night, on an evening that saw Flames netminder Wouter Peters making his debut for the club.
On Sunday at the Spectrum, Guildford suffered a narrow 2-1 loss to the Flyers.
Guildford went into a early lead with a shorthanded effort from Ian Watters, only for Fife to level in the 25th minute through Chase Schaber who edged the visitors in front with a power play goal, which would prove to be enough for the win, despite Guildford commanding the territorial advantage.
A disappointed Head Coach Paul Dixon said after the game. “We were very good in the first and third periods, but we just couldn’t put anything away. Three goals after twenty minutes, which would have made a difference, but credit to Fife who forced us into catch up mode for much of the last half of the game.”