Elite League: Nottingham Panthers 2, Glasgow Clan 3 (after shootout); Guildford Flames 7, Dundee Stars 1. Challenge Cup: Fife Flyers 5, Belfast Giants 2. Stuart Robertson Cup: Murrayfield Racers 14, Kilmarnock Thunder 0.

Lewis Gold was Man of the Match as rampant Murrayfield Racers thrashed Kilmarnock Thunder 14-0 in the Stuart Robertson Cup in the Capital.

At Kirkcaldy, Fife Flyers bounced back from a 7-2 Challenge Cup defeat at Belfast Giants to gain revenge with a 5-2 success in The Fife Ice Arena thanks to a double from new singing Tim Crowder.

Todd Dutiaume’s men caught Giants cold with a goal after only 27 seconds from Tim Crowder with Mike Cazzola and James Isaacs providing the ammunition.

Then, Jonas Emmerdahl netted on the power play goal after six minutes. Carlo Finucci was awarded the assist.

But Matt Pelech hit back for Giants just over six minutes later and Jean Dupuy levelled for the visitors six minutes after that.

The scoreline stayed the same until Kyle Just latched onto a Sam Jones pass to make it 3-2 on the power play with just over 33 minutes on the clock.

Then Dylan Quaile was set up by Danick Gauthier and Tim Crowder for the fourth goal in the 45th minute.

And 12 minutes after that it was 5-2 for the home side with Tim Crowder scoring his second after build-up play involving Cazzola and Gauthier.

In Nottingham, Jordan Haywood kept his cool to slot the game-winner in a nerve-wracking shootout.

His strike earned Glasgow Clan secured a fourth straight win on the road.
And it confirmed a weekend win double at Nottingham over highly- rated Panthers.

Clan won Saturday’s opening clash 4-2 in the Lace City but they had to twice come from behind.

Samuel Herr slotted a power play goal after 1min 24sec for Panthers but Scott Pitt levelled also on a power play after eight minutes.

Robert Lachowicz made it 2-1 for the home side after 25 minutes but Mathieu Roy equalised on the power play after 42 minutes to send the tight game into overtime and then a shootout.

On Tayside, Craig Garrigan netted one second from time after being set up by Anthony Beauregard and Drydn Dow to provide Dundee Stars with a consolation goal.

At the other end, Guildford Flames, beaten 6-2 on Tayside on Saturday, fired in seven goals with Jesse Craige (cor) netting a double in a comfortable Elite League win.