In game two, James Cox stepped in to replace regular Hooters goalie Pattarapol “Dream” Angkulpattanasuk (lost to the Thai national team) making him the fourth keeper to lace up the pads for Hooters this year, while Lance Parker continued to replace the injured Jason Cotsmire in the Sukhumvit net. Lance did such a good job on the night, stopping 28 of the 31 shots he faced, that he was named the Rolling Stone Player of the Game. James had a tougher time at the other end of the rink stopping 28 of the 36 shots fired his way.
Darius Konotpetz made quite a debut for Sukhumvit scoring two goals on his first shift of the game, narrowly missing a hat-trick (later in the game he added an assist as well). Dugal Monk scored on a beautiful end-to-end rush and added three assists for Sukhumvit and Harrison Oztemel added a goal and two assists. Krittapad “Peam” Jarawuttipreeda, Adrian Meyers, Jason Bitter and Ernesto Bauer also scored for the Spitfires. For Hooters, Andy Brine and Paul Stoddart had a goal and assist each, while Top Rutthapong scored for the second straight week and Stephen Sproule chipped in with two assists.