THE STENA LINE Belfast Giants hope to continue their winning ways tomorrow when they face Coventry Blaze.
They notched up a 5-1 victory at the Odyssey arena on Tuesday night in a Hallowe’en cracker that edged them closer to the top of the table.
Only one point separates the Giants and Nottingham with the Belfast team still with a game in hand.
If the Giants win against Coventry Blaze tomorrow night (face off 7pm) it will send them to the top of the table.
Fife silenced the home support five minutes into the second period when Casey Haines fired the puck past Stephen Murphy to make the score 2-1 .
A second goal from man of the match Robbie Sandrock on a Giants power play settled the nerves and a further power play strike and first goal of the season, this time from Jeff Mason, made the score 4-1 .
Dayman Rycroft scored the only goal of the third period with the assists going to Andrew Fournier and Matt Towe.