The Kitmart Dundee Stars came back from an early setback to overcome Coventry Blaze on home ice and keep them in the running for a place in the top five.

By Kris Smith

After only three minutes of play, the Stars had been the side that created the most offensive pressure and forced a few crucial stops from CJ Motte, but the Blaze keeper was nowhere near Spencer Dorowicz’s effort that just crept past the post and wide of the target.

However, the Blaze ignored the pressure they were under and took the lead on four minutes through Janne Kivilahti as he had time and space in front of the Dundee goal, to shoot past Brython Preece.

The visitors then had a two man advantage for over a minute as the Stars fell into penalty trouble but Preece was not up for letting anything else past him and produced save after save.

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