Goalkeeper Rene Gilmartin played through the pain barrier to earn 10-man Yeovil a point at struggling Rochdale.
Gilmartin, who dislocated a finger in the second half, made a string of excellent saves to deny Harry Bunn, Jean-Louis Akpa Akpro and Nicky Adams.
Akpa Akpro also hit the crossbar and had a shot cleared off the line as Rochdale remain in the relegation zone.
Yeovil, who had Kerrea Gilbert sent off for a foul on Joe Widdowson, created little but held on to secure a draw.
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Rochdale manager Steve Eyre told BBC Radio Manchester:
"I don't want it to be a worrying trend but time's ticking and we're dominating, we're playing well, we're knocking on the door but we're not affecting the scoreline.
"A little bit of credit to Yeovil, they came for a point that was quite clear, so they've got it.
"We've got to call on our lads now to not recognise it was bad luck and just merely to put themselves in better positions to score goals and win games."