It was like Groundhog Day for the Heat.
But this time around with a better ending.
For the second consecutive night, Stockton had raced out to a 2-0 lead in the first period at Colorado just to watch that cushion slip away early in the second.
It was do-or-die time for Stockton, game tied at two and an uphill battle in the standings with few points left to leave out on the ice if the Heat are to make the postseason.
Enter Dillon Dube.
The dynamic forward scored the go-ahead goal, the first in a series of four unanswered from the visiting team to quiet the crowd and skate away with a 6-2 win on Saturday.
It was a welcome bounce back after falling 4-2 on Friday.