Action from Murrayfield courtesy of Ian Coyle

Murrayfield Racers clicked into gear in the final session to shoot down Dundee Comets in the Scottish National League. The scoreline was blank after the first session and 1-1 after the second but Racers won 8-2.

Elite League: Manchester Storm 3, Fife Flyers 4. Paul Crowder has been a crucial player for Fife Flyers so far this season and the former Cardiff Devils star again proved the ace card.

The Canadian netted the game-winner in sudden death overtime after a tense contest at Manchester Storm.

And the goal came after Fife levelled at 3-3 through an unassisted goal from Danick Gauthier with only 50 seconds left on the clock.

The welcome game-winner ended a confidence-sapping six game losing streak.

Elite League: Cardiff Devils 2, Dundee Stars 3 (after penalty shots). Matt Marquardt netted the game-winner as Dundee Stars claimed their fourth straight win with a stunning 3-2 success at play-off and league champions Cardiff Devils.

The win was all the more remarkable as Stars trailed 2-0 after 34 minutes and two goals in ten, third-period minutes.

Elite League: Nottingham Panthers 7, Glasgow Clan 2. Glasgow Clan became the fifth straight victim of in-form Nottingham Panthers.

The high-flying Midlands side were 3-0 ahead after 12 minutes before Zack Fitzgerald netted for Clan five minutes later.

Then the home side claimed three unanswered goals to lead 6-1 and end the contest.
Clan’s second came from Matt Beca after 43 minutes.