Stephen Dixon

Stephen Dixon had got Devils on the scoreboard in Nottingham.

Nottingham Panthers gave defending champions Cardiff Devils their second Elite League loss of the weekend, after their 4-6 defeat to Coventry Blaze.

Justin Kovacs made it 3-2 to Panthers in the third period, after Devils had twice fought back to equalise.

Stephen Dixon had cancelled Alexandre Bolduc's Panthers opener, before Justin Kovacs did the same when Tyler Biggs edged the hosts ahead once more.

Devils are next in action on Wednesday (19:30 GMT) at home to Fife Flyers.

On Saturday, Tim Crowder hit the net twice as Coventry Blaze triumphed over Devils at Ice Arena Wales.

Bryce Reddick's opener was cancelled out by Kevin Morris before Alex Nikiforuk put the visitors in front.

Sean Bentivoglio levelled for the hosts only for Kelin Ainsworth and Crowder to underline Blaze's threat.

Devils' Gleason Fournier and Alex Forbes exchanged goals before Charles Linglet and Crowder did the same to finish the scoring.

information taken from the BBC site

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