Fittingly, SHL President, and Sport Corner-Titanium winger John Schachnovsky, scored the first goal in SHL history as he outraced the Aware defense and fired a low shot past Aware netminder Yves Gaboriault. On the next shift, Aware tied the game as Brandon Vick found the opening between SC-Titanium goalie Gabor Toth’s pads. The second period was uneventful until Aware rearguard Papan “Yean” Thanakroekkiat made a break past the SC-Titanium defense, received a great pass from the Slovakian Ambassador to Thailand Stanislav Opiela and tucked the puck past Toth. The game stayed 2-1 until late in the third period when SC-Titanium young gun Araya “Ith” Vatanapanyakul popped in a rebound to knot the score at 2.
With the game tied after regulation time, it went to a 3-man shootout, after which if it was still tied, the game would be registered as a draw. But in the shootout, Schachnovsky and Captain Zak Garofolo scored for SC-Titanium and Yean scored for Aware. Toth was able to stop Tewin “Thor” Chartsuwan and Vick to secure the shootout win for SC-Titanium, and was awarded the Rolling Stone Pizza game MVP for his efforts. Both Gabor and Aware keeper Yves Gaboriault made 19 saves on the night.