In game Two, the Aces were dominated in the first period but much like the Minute Men in first game of the night, scored three goals after the 5:39 mark of the opening stanza. The Macris Express would end up accounting for seven of the Aces ten goals tonight, lifting the Aces to their fifth straight win. The Aces opened their scoring when Macris the older sent the Broccoli Chopper CJF, off to the races for the coast to coast and snipe. The second goal was scored by another prolific line the Aces have developed in Zach Tate, Emily Scott, and Gus Komarek. Scott set up Tate for his first of three on the night for the second Aces goal. Macris the younger would score the third goal, set up by his brother Alex and the first period ends 3-0, Aces. In the Second Period, the Aces strike first with another goal from the Tate line and Zachs second of the night. The Sting Rays would answer that one in under two minutes with a short-handed snipe from none other than Chandler Cha Ching O’Dell. Assists went to Josh Guay and Matthew Kramer. Two more late goals by the Ferris Wheel of Love and Alex Macris and the second period ended 6-1. The third period started off hot with both teams scoring in the opening minute. The Tate line does it again to complete his hat trick on the night and don’t look now but Zachery Tate is sneaking up the scoring charts, now fifth in the FIHL with 9-9-18 totals. The Rays answered in seven seconds when O’Dell screamed in off the face off at center ice and sniped a sleeping Phillip Tate, brother to the aforementioned Zachery Tate. The Sting Rays are never out of a game with Chandler O’Dell in the line-up and while he would get one more for a hat trick of his own, he would also get three penalties in the third, making room for the Aces “Macriscure” to continue. Three unassisted goals–two by Alex and one by Michael and the Aces extended the Sting Rays losing streak to six, while extending their winning streak to five. The Aces pounded Jason Cribbs with 68 shots while Phillip Tate who now leads the FIHL in save percentage at .920 with five games played, faced 55 shots. The Aces were zero for seven on the power play while the Sting Rays were one for three and had a short-handed goal as well. The Sting Rays have the best Power Play and Penalty Kill in the FIHL by a long shot, but five on five is where they suffer.