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Super League East
Dramatic final period comeback sets the stage for two Chicago wins over unbeaten Detroit Phoenix...Four unanswered goals in final five minutes in OT win.
OC Cowboys complete dramatic comeback to take 2016 Pro Tour Championships
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The Windy City Hustlers 
(Chicago) and the Detroit 
Phoenix crashed the top 
10 for the first time while 
the Pittsburgh Steel and 
DC Filibusters dropped 
into the middle of the 
OC Cowboys 7, SoCal Phantoms 4
The Cowboys opened up an early trwo goal lead only to see the Phantoms rally to tie at 2-2.
The Cowboys came back with two more in the 2nd quarter to take a 4-2 halftime lead.  The teams traded goals in the third period and the SoCal Phantoms were hanging around, trailing 5-4 at the end of three periods.  Kevin Mooney's fourth goal of the night extended the Cowboy's lead to 6-4 and Danny Joyner sealed the deal at the 2:06 mark of the final period.

LA Pama Cyclones 8, San Diego Hosers 4
The Pama Cyclones sent a message to the rest of the Super League West Saturday evening with two solid wins.  San Diego was down 5-0 before they decided to pick up their game and, to the Hoisers credit, they played Pama even the rest of the way.  Unfortunately, it was too little, too late for San Diego. John Seimer lead the Pama  scoring with a  hat trick and Stefan Demopoulos matched him for San Diego

South Coast Savage 6, Las Vegas Knights 4
This is the one that Adam Stio's team may look back on with regret later in the season as they jumped to a 4-0 lead only to see the Savage storm back with six unanswered goals to steal a game Las Vegas had already put in their win column.  Six different Savage players scored in their comeback that has to go down as a total team effort.

Pama Cyclones 7, South Coast Savage 2
This was a far better game than the score would indicate with the Cyclones leading 3-1 at halftime.
They extended their lead to 4-1 at the end of the 3rd
period but the Savage drew to within two goal;s at 4-2 with 7:58 remaining in the game.  The Savage were still hanging around at 4-2 with 3:14 on the 
clock when Pama ignited a scoring frenzy with four goals in the final three minutes.  Tyler Gonzalez had a hat trick for the Cyclones and Travis Noe chipped in two goals for LA.

Las Vegas Knights 4, OC Cowboys 3
This was the game of the night. After blowing a four goal lead in their previous game, a loss to the Cowboys would have left Vegas two games behind in an eight game season.  The good news for Vegas fans is that this team looked nothing like the
team that left a game slip away earlier in the day.  This Las Vegas Knights team played with grit and determination. 

The teams were tied at 1-1 at the half. Orange County jumped to a 2-1 lead early in the 3rd period
but Vegas refused to fold 'em, scoring two of their own to take a 3-2 lead into the final period.  They extended their lead in the 4th period to 4-2.  The Cowboys mounted a late comeback to pull within a goal but, in the end, Vegas got the win they desperately needed.  Tim Mullis got the game winner for the Knights.

San Diego Hosers 5, South Coast Savage 3
These teams were tied 2-2 late in the third period
when the Hosers struck for three unanswered goals.
South Coast got one goal back late to draw within
two goals but the Hosers played keepaway in the final minutes to preserve the win.  Ruben Rambaut and Billy Metcalf each had two goals for San Diego.

New Vegas team proves they can hang with the big boys in the Super League West.  Pama rolls
but all teams show strength.  

OC Cowboys 7, SoCal Phantoms 4
LA Pama Cyclones 8, SD Clutch Hosers 4 
South Coast Savage 6, Las Vegas Knights 4
LA Pama Cyclones 7, SoCal Phantoms 2
Las Vegas Knights  4, OC Cowboys, 3
SD Clutch Hosers 5, South Coast Savage 3

Ohio River Monsters 8, Chicago Hustlers 2
Chicago Hustlers 8, Ohio River Mnsters 7 SO
Ohio River Monsters upset undefeated
Windy City Hustlers 8-2, Chicago takes 
nightcap 8-7 in shootout

Super League East race to go down to the final day as Detroit and Chicago play two games, winner take all
Ohio produced a shocker Saturday but Chicago rallied to take Game Two and first place in the East.