Shockers made it 4-2 with a power play goal with 12:07 left in period 2.
Tom "Dimples" Zagorski stole a pass then fired a bullet just inches under the crossbar. That goal shifted the momentum, as Wags went on to score 6 unanswered goals!
Gary "The Inhibiter" Hibbler sprung Kyle "Killer" Sandowski with a 150 foot pass. Killer walked in all alone then roofed a shot over the goalie's shoulder to tie the score at 4-4. Four minutes later,
Dan "The Man" Lopatka sent Killer off on another break away with a long pass that burned the Shockers' aggressive defensemen. With only 1:32 left in period 2,
Matt "The Swatter" Swastek took a pass from "Smooth as" and made it 6-4 with a quick wrist shot. Thirty seconds later, Killer took a pass from the Inhibiter then he zigged and zagged around and under several befuddled defenders before beating the goalie high on the glove side. Matt gave Wags a comfortable 8-4 lead early in the third period when he took a pass from Jay and blew it by the rattled goalie, who went from being up 2 goals to trailing by 4 in just 8 minutes. Ed "The Wall" really shut down the Shockers while his guns were going wild. That lead lasted until 6:24 when the Shockers finally snapped out of their scoring drought with a rebound goal. They made it interesting when they scored again with 2:13 left to play. Wags went into the prevent defense and gave up another goal with 1:34 left to play that made it 8-7! It was time to start playing offence, so one of their defenders was forced to hook the speeding
Tony "The Tiger" Letto and the penalty call enraged Willie "Witless' Whitting, who slapped the puck down to the other side of the rink. He was given a 2 minute penalty for delay of game. That put the Shockers down 2 men with only 1:01 left to play. That looked like the clincher until The Inhibiter was called for tripping making it a 4 on 4 situation when they pulled their goalie. They had a shot
from the point that The Tiger blocked and smothered to end the game.