Sheffield Steelers tonight cruised to their second successive win in six days, over Fife Flyers.
But they had to come back from adversity to claim the points, north of the border.
A fired-up Steelers conceded 12 minutes penalties in the first period and they went behind at 12.18, on the Power Play, when Jeff Lee penalised Zack Fitzgerald's absence with a goal.
But Rob Dowd made it 1-1 at 16;11.
And they took charge with a Power Play goal that will have pleased coach Paul Thompson at 21.12 when d-,man Ben O'Connor found the net.
A second power play goal followed six minutes later from the on form Colton Fretter - making it four from four in terms of PP goals.
The time had come to conserve and defend.
And Marek Pinc certainly played his part with three solid as Fife stepped on the gas.
At the death, Steelers rubbed in their superiority with a Mathieu Roy goal for 4-1.
It was Steelers' third win on the spin.
Steelers man of the match was d-man Cullen Eddy
*Steelers host Belfast Giants on Sunday night - this evening the Northern Irish won 4-1 at Manchester .
Saturday 12th December
Braehead Clan 3 Nottingham Panthers 4 (PS)
Coventry Blaze 1 Cardiff Devils 2
Fife Flyers 1 Sheffield Steelers 4
Manchester Storm 1 Belfast Giants 4
Sunday 13th December
Cardiff Devils v Coventry Blaze – 6.00pm
Dundee Stars v Manchester Storm – 6.30pm
Edinburgh Capitals v Braehead Clan – 5.30pm
Fife Flyers v Nottingham Panthers – 6.30pm
Sheffield Steelers v Belfast Giants – 5.00pm
Friday Result: Dundee Stars 5 Nottingham Panthers 2