Published Sunday, 17 March 2013
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Nottingham beat the Giants 5-3 at the same venue on Friday to claim their first title in over 50 years.
The Panthers' tenth win took them nine points clear of the Giants, but Saturday's win reduced the gap to seven.
The Giants were able to get some revenge in the return meeting thanks to a brace from Robby Sandrock and further goals from Andrew Fournier, Daymen Rycroft and Kevin Saurette.
Speaking after the win, Coach Doug Christiansen said the team were still disappointed that they lost the battle for the title.
"Last night's defeat wasn't what lost us the league," he said.
"For the players who are back next year, we have to make sure that when we play Dundee, Brayhead, go to Fife, Edinburgh, that we get the points.
"Our record after tonight was identical to Nottingham in the conference, where we lost the league was in those games," he added.
With two games remaining, the Giants are set to finish as runners-up.
"For us as a hockey club, we're obviously very disappointed that we didn't win the league, but Nottingham obviously had a great season and we didn't put enough pressure on them," Christiansen said.