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Panthers crash to Coventry after emotion
But a series of errors and uncharacteristic giveaways, when they could have clinched victory in a dominant second period, saw Panthers crash 5 3 last night at the Skydome and seriously dent their hopes of a second placed finish.
But after killing a delay of game penalty to goalie Craig Kowalski, Panthers pulled level once again as the first interval loomed.
Matic Krajl put Blaze back in front again (22.24) and on the restart, familiar foes Guy Lepine and Coventry's Bryan Jurynec went at it again, with the Blaze man sitting an additional 12 minutes for instigation after taking a real battering.
Mike McLean was grateful to pick off a loose pass from the defenceman and scored unassisted (4.59).
And Panthers were made to pay for their profligacy when, after killing off an early penalty to Gordon, they went behind again, Krajl with Coventry's fourth goal (48.25), quickly followed by No.5 from Woo Sang Park (52.01) to seal victory
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And when referee Tom Darnell deemed that Tom Muir had deliberately pushed the goalframe off its moorings in the final two minutes of the game, he had no option, as per the rulebook, but to award Panthers a penalty shot which proved to be the game Nike Football Boots With Sock winner.
But two minutes later, Matthew Myers who went close to scoring at the end of the first made one stick with Panthers' third (24.57) just after their power play had ended,
A bucket collection, organised by the Panthers players' wives and girlfriends, raised a staggering for Dutiaume and his three year old daughter Olivia.
But it seemed netminder Garret Zemlak and his defencemen were trying to take advantage of the insecure anchorage of their goal which was displaced two or three times, bringing a halt to Panthers' almost incessant attacking.
And it was another power play strike, this time Sami Ryhanen hitting his third goal for the club, via a clever drop pass by Rhett Gordon (19.44).
Panthers edged to a 4 3 win but one suspects it may have taken more out of them than anticipated.
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The previous night, in an emotion filled National Ice Centre, the scoreline against struggling Fife was almost a side issue as Panthers and their fans paid their respects to Kelly Dutiaume, the wife of Flyers' player coach Todd, who died earlier this week and lost the twins she was carrying.
It was very much end to end, with plenty of good hits going in. But Blaze went in front once more, with Owen Fussey tipping in from their first power play (11.47), with Danny Meyers off for holding.
up. But Kowalski who had come on in the 26th minute to replace starting goalie Dan Green dived bravely in among the skates in the dying seconds to smother a Matt Cohen shot.
Panthers took less than four minutes to respond, making the most of a 5 on 3 power play but only just.
supporters of both teams, with Panther's coach Corey Neilson leading his players, who were wearing black armbands, in a handshake with the Fife team.
Panthers dominated for much of the period but the bounces failed to go their way and everything was left to play for in the third period.
The goals continued to come thick and fast in an explosive start to the second period.
David Clarke swapped passes with Neilson and Jordan Fox netted the rebound off goalie Peter Hirsch (5.22), with one second of the power play remaining.
But Fife showed their willingness to attack early on and after Green had done well to deny Toms Hartmanis, Panthers' back up goaltender then failed to hang on to a shot from Steven McAlpine and Josh Scoon followed up to push the puck home (4.46).
NOTTINGHAM Panthers will do well to avoid mercurial Coventry Blaze in the play offs after falling to a fourth league defeat against the West Midlanders this season.
And ominously, their lack lustre display doesn't augur well for Wednesday's Challenge Cup final first leg away to Belfast
Bottom club Fife, who had led 3 1 going into the third period but were hanging on at 3 3, looked like they were going to earn at least a point by taking the game into overtime.
Because last night, Coventry started brightly and took full advantage of an error by Brock Wilson to open the scoring.
As ever when Fife come to the NIC, their goalie Zemlak takes centre stage and it was no different this time as he faced 49 shots, with Panthers dominating possession from the first face off.
Panthers then hit penalty problems and with Neilson and Wilson in the sin bin, Flyers made the two man advantage tell with Hartmanis giving Green no chance for their second goal as he fired into the roof of the net (12.14).
After hammering them twice 6 1 at the end of January, Panthers looked to have Coventry's number, particularly as Blaze had looked a shadow of some of their former sides.
And it was hardly the result Panthers wanted going into Wednesday's cup final first leg in Belfast.
The previous night, the game unfortunately ended on a sour note as far as the visitors were concerned when Panthers were awarded a penalty shot in the dying seconds, which was duly put away by David Beauregard to clinch the points.
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