16 Oct 2019, 19:30  |  Regular season  |  Sheffield Arena
Sheffield Steelers4-1 Fife Flyers
Periods:
Shots:
1-0
(9-3)
2-1
(6-10)
1-0
(6-2)
 
Total: 21-15
Referees: Liam Sewel/Tom Pering  |  Spectators: 5166
 
Goals and assists
04:44|home|PPG|1-0|Michael Davies (Marc-Olivier Vallerand, Marek Trončinský)
23:30|home|PPG|2-0|Robert Dowd (John Armstrong, Nikolai Lemtyugov)
28:53|home|SHG|3-0|Tanner Eberle (Ben O’Connor)
33:32|away|PP2|3-1|Sam Jones (Kyle Just, Chase Schaber)
58:28|home||4-1|Ben O’Connor (John Armstrong)
Player statistics
 
 
Goalie statistics
 
Name SA GA MIN %
Tomas Duba|16|1|60:00|93.75
Pavel Kantor||||
Name SA GA MIN %
Andrew Little||||
Adam Morrison (MoM)|37|3|58:22|91.89
 
 
Game recap

Sheffield Steelers went joint-top of the Elite League with a Wednesday night win over Fife Flyers in front of over 5,000 fans at the FlyDSA Arena.

Michael Davies put the hosts ahead on the powerplay with 4:44 gone, in what would end up as the only goal of the opening peropd. 3:30 into the second Rob Dowd doubled the lead, before the goal of the game made it 3-0. Playing shorthanded, Ben O'Connor's pass was taken on the spin by Tanner Eberle, who went through on a breakaway to calmly finish past Adam Morrison. 

The Flyers got their own powerplay goal at 33:22 with a Sam Jones rocket, but converting just one of six opportunities they had with an extra skater cost them a greater way back into the game. 

Ben O'Connor scored into the empty net from his own zone with 32 seconds to go to give Sheffield a 4-1 win.


 
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