The Niagara Falls PowerHawks' defense had a poor night, allowing the Oswego Stampede 49 shots throughout the game. The Oswego Stampede took the lead before the halfway point in the second on a goal from Eddie Cannon.
Tommy Kilway did his part, adding 2 goals.
During the first, Kilway opened the scoring for Oswego with a goal at 12:05.
In the second period, Cannon netted what turned out to be the game winning goal at 10:34.
In the third, Logar finally put the PowerHawks on the board with a goal at 13:55 with assists from his linemates, Villani and Domiano. Kilway answered for Oswego with a goal at 19:39.
This loss brings the Niagara Falls PowerHawks’ record to (20-14-1-2).