The Abbotsford Heat extended their point streak to three games, but lost 3-2 in overtime to the Houston Aeros Sunday in their third game in 48 hours in Texas.
The Heat (12-2-2-2) closed their five-game road trip having earned seven of a possible 10 points, and remain in top spot in the AHL with 28 points through 18 games.
Brett Olson and Joe Pisku-la scored in regulation, but Jason Zucker ended things just five seconds into OT for the Aeros.
On Saturday the Heat beat San Antonio 3-2. Abbotsford tied the game in the dying seconds and beat the Rampage in a shootout, earning their second win in as many nights in Texas.
Brett Olson tied the game with just 13.7 seconds remaining and Carter Bancks scored in the eleventh round to end the shootout and give the Heat a league-leading 12th win.
On Friday the Heat beat the Texas Stars 1-0 in OT, with a goal by Chris Breen 10 seconds into the extra frame.
The Heat will continue their battle for top spot in the AHL this weekend as they host the Hamilton Bulldogs (AHL affiliate of the Montreal Canadiens) on Friday and Saturday night.
Friday night is the Heat's second 'Legends of Hockey' night as Montreal Canadiens great and inducted member of the Hockey Hall of Fame Yvan Cournoyer is honoured. Cournoyer will be signing autographs for fans and sharing tales of his 10 Stanley Cup championships.
Saturday is the annual Pucks N' Paws game, as fans are invited to bring dogs to the game. Each $5 'dog ticket' goes to support the Abbotsford SPCA.
The puck drops at 7 p.m.