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Goaltending was immense and the whole team played well defensively.
“We created chances and got two goals. Hopefully, we can still progress in that area and get some goals from our line-up.
“It was a huge character win considering t he short amount of available players we had.”
On Saturday, Stars suffered a 5-1 reverse at the hands of Fife Flyers in Kirkcaldy.
It didn’t take Flyers long to get their opening goal when they capitalised on their second powerplay opportunity of the evening as Chase Schaber scored his sixth league goal of the season.
Flyers got their second powerplay goal when Peter LeBlanc fired the puck low beyond Travis Fullerton.
It was then 3-0 with Carlo Finucci netting Flyers’ third powerplay goal of the game when he redirected a shot from Ian Young into the net.
As it looked like the Flyers would take a 3-0 lead into the interval, Stars got a goal back when Marc-Olivier Mimar managed to squeeze the puck into the net.
However, any thoughts of a Stars comeback were extinguished by two Flyers goals late in the third period.
Evan Bloodoff netted the first of these with Josh Scoon getting the second to register a comfortable success for the Fife side.
action as his team pound away at the Belfast Giants goal at Dundee Ice Arena.