It was a spooky game one for the FIHL’s 2nd Annual Halloween Spooktackula at TBSA filled with the first game filled with scary events that left the Sharks toothless. The Aces brought a skeleton crew of just eight skaters which turned out to be all they needed and Phillip Tate recorded the first shut out in FIHL history stopping all seventeen shots on net–another FIHL record. The Aces took off early scoring two goals in two minutes to grab a 2-0 lead. Michael Macris would score his only goal of the night and Connor Johnston-Ferris would score his first of four on the night. Zach Tate would close the period with two quick strikes in the last two minutes, on his way to hat trick and the period ended 4-0. Ferris would get the Natural Hat Trick in the second half of the second period along with goals from Connor Hill (s) and Ashton Gibson (s) and the score at the end of that stanza stood at 9-0. The five goals were scored in less then a five minute span, sending the Sharks to the tuna factory. In the third period the Sharks almost got one but Tate held the door shut. That was followed by four different scorers for the Sharks. Gibson with his second on the night, Alex Macris, Tate finishing off his hat trick and Hill with his second on the night. The Aces went two for two on the power play while the Sand Sharks went zero for one. Sean Gaffney faced sixty shots as the Sharks played a better third period, but for this Hallows Eve, the number 13 for a final goals against was very fitting.