It seemed to be only a matter of time before the Nepean Raiders sent Game 6 of the Central Canada Hockey League final to overtime.
On a night when they could have wrapped up the CCHL final series at home, the Cornwall Colts were anything but dominant in a game that was much closer on the scoreboard than it was on the ice.
Cornwall lost 3-2 and will have to play Game 7 in Nepean on Sunday afternoon (2:30 p.m.).
The Colts were outshot and outplayed all night - despite jumping out to a 2-0 lead just six minutes into the game.
Nepean was neither rattled nor worried despite the early deficit, and kept pouring the pressure on Cornwall netminder Lukas Hafner, who was by far the best player on the ice.
Cornwall was outshot 21-7, 13-7 and 17-7 at each of the period breaks - and then 7-1 in overtime for good measure.
Stephen Johnson and Michael Borkowski scored for the Colts.