Brett Bulmer claimed a glory double as Fife Flyers tamed Milton Keynes Lightning at Kirkcaldy.
And Flyers’ head coach Todd Dutiaume (pictured) would love to cap Friday’s win with victory at high-flying Nottingham Panthers on Sunday (face-off 4pm).
Canadian-born Bulmer, a former Minnesota Wings draft pick, will be a key man.
Dutiaume said: “Milton Keynes is always going to be a dangerous and you give them opportunities and they can punish you.
“Our guys stuck with the programme for the most part and did enough to win the game.”
Dutiaume said that Man of the Match winner Bulmer is capable of being the best player on the ice on a regular basis.
He added: “We hope he has a big month and he continues to play this way.
“When Brett is skating like that we are a completely different team.”
Fife should have no fears in visiting Nottingham where they won 6-2 on their last visit.
Elsewhere, Glasgow Clan visit Guildford Flames (6pm) where they have not won so far this season, losing 2-0 and 4-2.
Struggling Dundee Stars entertain Coventry Blaze in a crucial scrap (5pm) with points at a premium.
But Omar Pacha will remind his hard-working side that they burned Blaze 4-2 at The Dundee Ice Arena on their last visit.
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Third-period strikes from Matt Beca and Guillaume Doucet sealed victory for Glasgow Clan over Guildford Flames.
The home side led 1-0 after 14 minutes from Rasmus Bjerrum before Ian Watters levelled for Flames after 34 minutes.
Clan then hit two goals from Doucet after 35 minutes and Vaclav Stupka after 39 minutes to be 3-1 ahead.
Flames powered back with strikes from Kruise Reddick and Brett Ferguson each side of the second break to level at 3-3 with 42 minutes on the clock.
But Beca after 47 minutes and Doucet seven minutes later settled the issue.
Elsewhere, Dundee Stars were edged 4-2 at Manchester Storm in a key battle for a play-off place.
The English side led 3-0 following goals from Dane Byers, Luke Moffatt and Mike Hammond after 24 minutes.
But Stars hit back with counters from Jordan Cownie after 32 minutes and Fabrizio Ricci 58 seconds later however a second strike from Moffatt after 45 minutes settled the issue.