Braehead Clan skidded to a second weekend defeat last night, edged 2-1 by Dundee Stars on Tayside.
They had lost 5-1 at home to Fife Flyers on Saturday.
Meanwhile, Dundee Stars had failed to weather the Storm in Manchester on Saturday, going down 7-5.
Making amends last night, the Stars’ win was courtesy of a Mikael Lidhammar goal a minute from the end of the middle session. It halted Dundee’s recent run of back-to-back defeats and took them on to 49 points and back into sixth in the Elite League.
That is a point ahead of Flyers, but the Fife club have played three fewer games.
The Clan’s Neil Trimm silenced home fans last night with the opening goal after only four minutes last night.
Marcus Gotz was twice in penalty trouble late in the opening session, including a 10-minute misconduct penalty.
Ben Davies also collected a cross- checking penalty. Despite that it took until the 22nd minute for the home side to level, Justin Faryna scoring with Lidhammar setting up the chance.
The Swede slotted the go-ahead goal after 38 minutes. Faryna and Brett Switzer were involved in the build-up.
Flyers outshot 32-28 against Clan on Saturday and survived an early onslaught to come away with the win.
Michael Dorr, Ryan Dingle, Kyle Horne, and TJ Caig with two were the Fife scorers.
Danny Stewart said the Kirkcaldy club had produced their best performance of the season in Glasgow on Saturday before a crowd in excess of 3,500.
The associate player/coach said: “We came in and executed the game plan and the guys were competitive in the three zones.
“We weathered the storm in the first five to 10 minutes when Brownie (goaltender, David Brown), came up with some good saves, but we then played some good hockey.
“TJ Caig’s goal (Fife’s fourth) was big for us, 30 to 40 seconds after they scored, and we are now finding ways to win hockey games.
“Earlier this season we were finding ways to lose hockey games,” Stewart added.