The Jamestown Ironmen split a pair of games at Kalamazoo,, Mich., against the Jr. K-Wings in North American Hockey League action.
Jamestown (26-10-3) took the first contest on Saturday with a 3-2 shootout victory.
It didn't look like the game was destined for overtime when the Ironmen got off to a quick start with a pair of goals in the first period. Defensemen Dylan Zink scored unassisted while forward Evan Ritt scored with assists from Tyler Minx and Ryan Urso.
Jamestown was shutout the next two periods while the Jr. K-Wings notched a couple of goals to tie the score at 2-2 and send the game into overtime.
After a scoreless 4-on-4 overtime period, a shootout ensued where goals were hard to come by. Ironmen defensemen Tyler Minx netted the only goal of the shootout to lift his team to victory.
Tim Shaughnessy made 40 saves between the pipes for Jamestown en route to his ninth win of the season.
Sunday's game went the other way as Kalamazoo (24-13-4) grabbed a 2-0 win over the Ironmen.
The contest was scoreless until Kalamazoo found the net with 7:27 remaining in the third period. The Jr. K-Wings added an empty net goal later in the third to seal the victory.
Jamestown was outshot, 38-21 on the afternoon, but Shaughnessy had another solid performance in goal for the Ironmen, making 36 saves.
Jamestown earned two points on the weekend and is once again tied with the Soo Eagles for first place in the NAHL North Division.
The Ironmen travel to Springfield for games on Friday and Saturday.