Dan Veenema scored the go-ahead goal on a power play in the third to lift the Petrolia Squires past the Clinton Radars.
The Squires struck first Friday night at home as Kraig Wright scored the first period’s only goal.
Clinton responded in a chippy second period which saw James Edgar of the Squires ejected for charging the Radars’ goalie.
Veenema scored to break the tie in the third and Corey Pawley added an empty netter.
The Squires travel to Clinton Saturday and host the Radars at home again Sunday. Game time is 7:15 pm.