The Wichita Thunder lost 3-1 in Tulsa on Saturday, the second of three CHL games in three days.
The Thunder beat Tulsa on Friday night in Wichita for its first win of the season.
Tulsa scored goals late in both the first and second periods to build a 2-0 lead, before breaking it open on Rob Hisey's goal at 6:24 in the third period.
The Thunder scored its lone goal at 13:19 in the third when Glenn Detulleo knocked in Chris McAllister's rebound. Jason Duda also picked up an assist. Detulleo and Duda have points in three consecutive games.
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Wichita went 0 for 5 on the power play while going a perfect 7 for 7 when shorthanded.
The Thunder ends the weekend schedule in Mississippi this afternoon at 3:05 p.m. when they take on the RiverKings.
Wichita0 0 1 — 1 Tulsa1 1 1 — 3
Scoring—1, Tulsa, Eastman (Caig, Hisey) 15:24. Penalties— Detulleo, W (hooking) 2:11; Standish, T (holding stick) 5:45; Forslund, W (cross checking) 8:59; Ofukany, W (tripping) 12:30; Beausoleil, T (goalie interference) 13:44, Detulleo, W (tripping) 14:16.
Scoring—2, Tulsa, Steward (Pilkington, Stadish) 18:52. Penalties— Davis, T (tripping) :32; Linder, T (hooking) 4:15; Caig, T (hooking) 14:04; McAllister, W (elbowing) 18:59.
Scoring—3, Tulsa, Hisey (Beausoleil, Caig) 6:24. 4, Wichita, Detulleo (McAllister, Duda) 13:19. Penalties— Hisey, T (hooking) 15:58; Woll, W (slashing) 18:32.
Shots—Wichita 4-9-9—22; Tulsa 10-12-7—29. Power plays— Wichita 0-5, Tulsa 0-7. Saves— Wichita, Campbell 29 shots, 26 saves; Tulsa, Armstrong 22-21.
Referee—Paul Mariconda. Linesmen— Robert Collier, Rick East. A— 9,040.