The Sand Sharks and the Stings Rays provided the entertainment, but the Sting Rays forgot to show up in the first period and gave up five goals to spot the Sharks a fin! Two goals by Beaudy Beaudin, on his way to a hat trick, Borek, Gillum and Tanner gave the Sharks all they would need for the night, even though they would lose the rest of the game to the Rays. The Rays have had the Sharks number as of late being the only team in the FIHL with wins against the Sharks. In the second period the Rays would go on to mount the comeback, squeaking out a 3-2 advantage but would go down 6-0 first on a goal by Brayden Curry. Alex Myers got the first Rays score, followed by yet another Sharks goal as Beaudin completed his hatty to make it 7-1. Two quicks strikes late in the second period by Poweska and Odell made it 7-3 but the Sharks would get a last minute goal with :34 left by Nolan Borek and its 8-3. Not to be out done, Odell scores his second of the game with only thirteen seconds left in the period to get it back to a four goal deficit. In the third, The Sharks open it up again with another Borek goal for his own hat trick on the night followed by a Jordan Chapman goal and it is 10-4 good buddy. The Sting Rays never seem to go away though and they get two back as they get goals from Poweska and Odell, marking another hat trick for Odell, and his team leading twenty eighth goal of the season. Now 10-6, the teams trade goals as Hunter Gillum and Erik LaFlamme would each tally scores and your final score is 11-7, Sand Sharks thanks to a five goal first period. Rays net minder Jason Cribbs, who had just signed a full time contract with the Rays that day, faced an FIHL record 72 shots on the night.