The Greyhounds were able to overcome an early three goal deficit, taking down the Wolves 4-3 with the Rob Calisti game winner.
The first period saw quite the shift in momentum. Sudbury would enjoy a one goal lead courtesy of Blake Murray just seven minutes in.
With less than six minutes remaining, the Hounds would give up a pair of goals within 40 seconds to fall behind 3-0 early in the game, promoting some change.
Brkin would get yanked and Ethan Taylor would now defend the blue ice. A change that must have sparked the team.
In just a minute, both Kartye and Peca would find the twine to head into the second period down by just a goal.
While the Hounds would fail to capitalize on an early power play, they were able to score even strength. Tying the game using his slick mitts, Trott would make an easy path to the net to tie the game at three a piece. That score would remain the same as the teams would stay tied heading into the third frame.
Special teams were a non factor for much of the game, with every power play failing until the third period. The Wolves would take two tripping penalties on the same shift, giving the Hounds a 5 on 3 man advantage for a full two minutes.
Rob Calisti would send an absolute rocket into the twine to earn the Hounds first lead of the evening with the 4-3 go ahead goal.
The goal would stand as the winning one, as the Hounds were able to mount the four goal comeback after being down 3-0 early on. The Hounds will play their last game of the decade on Monday, as they take on the Spirit in Saginaw.