The Minute Men were looking to get a win streak going and hand the Sharks their first losing streak. They would have to do it from behind if it were to happen as the Sharks would score the first two goals in the game to jump out to a 2-0 lead. Newly minted Captain Andrew Shillings opened the scoring on a wrist shot that was set up by newly rostered Nolan Borek to get it rolling just under one minute into the game. At the half way point Borek would catch a feed from Andre Bobowicz, who was returning off the IR list and rip it past Saunier for the second goal. The Men battled back however scoring the next two in the last five minutes of the first stanza to tie it up. Vlad Handjiev grabbed a rebound for the stuff in for the first goal and would then set up Wyatt Frontiero on the point for the blue line shot that seemed to have eyes as it sailed through Boardman. Only one goal scored in the second stanza on a power play with Frontiero in the box for holding by Nathan Souza. That goal along with a goal that was called back against the Minute Men would prove to be the difference as the teams both score three each in the third. Souza would get another goal on a breakaway, followed by goals from Pontoni and Sieler. Two goals in the third for Alex Noti and one for Nathan Behm from Calgary kept the Minute Men in the game but they never got even again. The final score ends in favor of the Sharks, 6-5.