Two hundred minutes is a long time to wait in between power-play goals, but when the Phantoms got started they made it count on Sunday.

The game-tying and winning goals were both scored on the power play, just 1:16 apart.

"It was a good time for it to come alive and it needed to," Terry Murray said. "The power play does pop up at critical times in the game, or right at the beginning of the game it does pop up and if you're not quite ready to go the next thing you know, maybe you're a little bit frustrated and then things are not clicking the rest of the game.

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