Karri Ramo  allowed 6 goals on 44 shots in the overtime loss.
WOR Traverse, (3) , 0:34
NOR Kearns, (10) (Boyle, Smolenak), 1:55
NOR Jones, (7) (Keller, Kearns), 4:39
NOR Gratton, (3) (Keller), 15:23
NOR Jones, (8) (Kearns, Mihalik), 17:09
NOR Lawrence, (3) (Bochenski, Potulny), 18:19
WOR Armstrong, (16) (Zalewski, Traverse), 0:14
WOR Vesce, (13) (Kaspar, Westgarth), 17:37 (SH)
WOR McGinn, (9) (Demers, Moore), 18:53 (PP)
WOR Demers, (2) (Traverse, Armstrong), 8:36 (PP)
WOR Vesce, (14) (Moore, Fornataro), 3:04
That's a 5-1 lead choked away. A total team failure. And that's two points in two nights that the Admirals left on the table, which right now is the difference between being 9 points out of the last playoff spot and 11 points.
Lots of Admirals returned to the lineup this weekend from injury. Andy Rogers  was -3 in his first game back in a month. Brandon Segal  returned after about three weeks out and earned a penalty shot in the third that probably could've iced the victory, but could not convert. Juraj Simek  played in his second game since a layoff of over a month.
Bracken Kearns and Blair Jones  were the game's second and third stars.
Box score  from TheAHL.com.