A night after dropping a 2-0 decision to the visiting Waywayseecappo Wolverines, the Flyers bent but did not break against the Saints. Flyers netminder Tyler Oswald kept his team in the game in the early going while Winkler's sputtering offence got rolling. After a scoreless first period, rookie defenseman Ian Humphreys opened the scoring 3:01 into the second period on the man advantage. Oswald kept the Flyers ahead through two periods stopping every shot he faced after 40 minutes. The Saints outshot the Flyers 13-6 in the middle period but it was the Sanford native's performance that allowed Winkler to take their slim one goal lead into the third. The Saints tied the game at one, 2:44 into the third period and took a 2-1 lead around four minutes later to force Winkler to play from behind for the first time in the hockey game. Saints netminder Teagan Sacher came through with several opportune saves that kept the Saints ahead in the third period as he killed off two penaltys midway through the period. With 11 shots thrown on net by the Flyers, they were given a final chance on the powerplay, where they were able to tie the game at deuces with two minutes remaining in regulation. Entering the sudden death overtime both goaltenders had been peppered with over thirty shots. After firing several shots on the Saints net the Flyers moved the puck around the perimeter and placed the game winner in the back of the net by Ian Humphreys point screen blast. With both teams picking up points as the Addison Division matchup went into an extra frame, the GDI trained Oswald and Sacher should both be awarded for their efforts. The season series between the two teams sits at  3-0 for the Flyers, as they have built their record by capturing two of the three victories in overtime. Both teams look to meet again on November 29th, back in Winkler.   Photography done by Rick Hiebert of Action Plus Photo.