Published Sunday, 05 January 2014
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The first period was a duel between both sides' goaltenders with Stephen Murphy and Dan Bakala, the two top goalies in the league this season, putting on an immense display with neither side able to get past their defence.
It wasn't until the 17:58 mark of the second period that the fans saw the first goal of the game.
Jeffret Szwez converted a backhand shot to record his 17th goal of the season and make it 1-0 to the home side.
At the start of the third period, the Giants had to kill off a four minute penalty after Kevin Saurette high-sticked a Dundee defender.
Then Adam Keefe was called for delaying the game when he shot the puck over the glass on a clearing attempt giving the Stars a two minute, two man advantage.
Some excellent penalty killing looked to swing the momentum back to the Giants but moments after the end of both penalties, the Stars scored to tie the game.
Brock McPherson fired home the game-tying goal at the 6:50 mark of the final period.
The Stars then went on to shock the Giants by scoring again and taking the lead one minute later when Rory Rawlyk pushed through the Giants defence with a solo effort to give the Stars the lead with 12 minutes to play.
The home side piled on the pressure but with the clock winding down, it looked like it was too late.
Coach Paul Adey pulled Murphy out of the goal in favour of an extra attacker and the risk paid off when Kevin Saurette tipped in a Rob Sandrock shot to tie the game at 2-2 with only 15 seconds remaining.
Several good chances early on into overtime looked like the home side might narrowly escape this one with the win, but it was not to be.
Two minutes into extra time, Nikita Kashirsky fired a cannon shot over the shoulder of Murphy to give the Dundee Stars the 3-2 overtime win.
The defeat, only the second of the Giants current campaign, keeps them 14 points clear at the top of the Elite League.
The Giants are back at the Odyssey Arena next Saturday night when they host the Cardiff Devils at 7pm.
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