Hull Stingrays beat Fife 3-2 for first win in eight

Hull Stingrays v Fife Flyers
Hull Stingrays Jason Silverthorn (no 21) in action against Fife Flyers

Hull Stingrays ended a seven-game losing streak with a 3-2 win over Fife Flyers.

Dominic Osman fired the Rays ahead before Matt Siddall brought the Flyers level.

Quick-fire goals from Jason Silverthorn and Jereme Tendler gave Hull a two-goal cushion before Danny Stewart pulled one back for Fife to make it 3-2.

Stingrays coach Sylvain Cloutier told BBC Radio Humberside: "It's a massive win for us.

"We needed to get that feeling back of winning games and finding a way to win games."

Meanwhile, the Rays are assessing a knee injury picked up by Dimitry Rodin in the win against Fife.

"Hopefully he's just tweaked it and got scared more than anything," Cloutier said.

"We'll re-evaluate him on Tuesday and see how he feels. If it does swell up we'll get him looked at but we'll have to wait and see."

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