12 Feb 2020, 19:30  |  Regular season  |  Altrincham Ice Dome
Manchester Storm4-3 SONottingham Panthers
Periods:
Shots:
2-1
(13-17)
1-1
(10-15)
0-1
(14-14)
0-0
(2-3)
1-0
( - )
 
Total: 39-49
Referees: Liam Sewell/Chris Wells  |  Spectators: 1118
 
Goals and assists
07:08|away|PPG|0-1|Sam Herr (Julian Talbot, Mark Matheson)
09:42|home|PPG|1-1|Henrik Samuelsson (Tyson Fawcett, Cam Braes)
17:35|home||2-1|Frankie Melton (Jared Aulin)
23:49|away||2-2|Sam Herr (Jake Hansen, Brett Perlini)
39:07|home|PPG|3-2|Frankie Melton
52:11|away|PPG|3-3|Mark Matheson (Julian Talbot, Jake Hansen)
Player statistics
 
 
Goalie statistics
 
Name SA GA MIN %
Matt Ginn|49|3|65:00|93.88
Adam Long||||
Name SA GA MIN %
Kevin Carr|39|3|65:00|92.31
Jackson Whistle||||
 
 
Game recap

Manchester Storm claimed their second successive 4-3 win after a shootout by beaten Nottingham Panthers in a thrilling game on Wednesday night at the Storm Shelter.

In a game that was dominated by effective special teams, Sam Herr gave the Panthers the lead at 7:08 after excellent pressure from the visitors on the powerplay. On a man advantage of their own, Henrik Samuelsson equalised for the Storm just over three minutes later and then the hosts took the lead at 17:35 when Frankie Melton's speculative effort from thr outside squeezed through Kevin Carr.

Herr tied the game up 3:49 into period two with a well-worked move, but Melton was to put the Storm back ahead just 53 seconds before the second was over. Mark Matherson's powerplay goal from the blueline tied the game up with 7:49 to play.

Overtime was end to end with chances for both teams, but the most glorious of all fell to Melton on a breakaway but he was unable to beat Carr.

In the shootout, Tyson Fawcett scored in the opening round to put the Storm ahead, only for captain Herr to keep the Panthers alive in round five. Layne Ulmer however popped the water bottle with the Storm's fifth attempt to earn them the extra point.


 
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