It was pretty simple Saturday, lose in Owen Sound and likely finish eighth in the Western Conference.
The Owen Sound Attack came into the game three points up on the eighth-place Kitchener Rangers.
Now, it's two. Matt Sop was the hero in overtime, and Kitchener clipped the Attack 3-2.
The Kitchener-kid, Sop, has seven goals in his last eight games. The overtime marker came off a fantastic feed from Filip Mesar, after the Rangers were able to keep the three Attack players from changing for almost three minutes.
Marco Costantini started in back-to-back days for just the second time this season.
He made 40 saves, in the win, and earned first-star.
Adrian Misaljevic and Trent Swick scored for Kitchener. It was Misaljevic's second goal, in five games, since returning to the line-up after missing 19 match-ups with an upper-body injury.
For Swick, it's his first since returning Friday after sitting out 27 games, also with an upper-body injury.
Kitchener has four games remaining – two at home, two on the road – before they begin the first round of the playoffs on the road.
First up, the Kingston Frontenacs at The Aud Sunday afternoon. The pregame begins at 1:30 p.m. on CityNews 570, with Mike Farwell and Chris Pope.