In a home-and-home battle this weekend, the New England Black Wolves were looking for revenge over the Philadelphia Wings Sunday afternoon after coming off of a 14-10 loss to them on the road the night before.
Jordan Hall and the Wings continued their momentum from the night before by scoring the two first goals of the game during two power plays.
New England came back early with three unanswered goals as Stephan Leblanc found Callum Crawford.
The Blackwolves continued to control the game in the first half as Greg Downing‘s goal gave them a 6-3 lead.
Matt Rambo kept the wings alive with the first goal of his six-point game.
Blaze Riorden scored his second of the night to give Philadelphia a two-goal lead as the Wings and Black Wolves continued to battle.
New England scored five unanswered goals to give them a 15-8 lead in the fourth quarter.
Callum Crawford scored his fifth goal of the night on an empty net to put the game away.
The Wings and Blackwolves split the weekend series 1-1 as Philadelphia moves to 2-8 and New England moves to 5-4.
Final score: New England Black Wolves 17, Philadelphia Wings 11