Hooters Nana made it a family affair replacing their regular goalie Pattarapol “Dream” Angkulpattanasuk with his sister Wasunun “Pop” Angkulpattanasuk. Pop pitted her skills against the cagey Russian goalie Gabor Toth, who was tending the twines for Sport Corner-Titanium: they both ended up making 24 saves on the night. It was a very close game with a 3-3 score going into the final minutes before Sport Corner-Titanium pulled away winning the match 5-3.
Scoring-wise it was the “Schachnovsky-Garofolo show” again with John picking up a hat-trick and assist for the second straight game and Zak chipping in two assists. Mike Wilson was also a force to be reckoned with as he picked up a goal and two assists for SC-Titanium (he now has seven points on the season).
Remo Nyfenegger scored their other goal, earning his fourth marker of the year. On the Hooters side, Sebastien Ranger (3rd), Top Rutthapong (1st) and Paul Stoddart (6th) each tallied single scores. For his efforts, John Schachnovsky became the first player in SHL history to receive the Rolling Stone Pizza player of the game award twice.