OKLAHOMA CITY -- One night after dominating the Oklahoma City Barons, the Chicago Wolves had the tables turned on them Saturday in a 4-2 loss in the Cox Convention Center.
The Wolves had beaten the Barons 6-0 on Friday night.
Ty Rattie and Pat Cannone scored Chicago's goals in the loss.
The Barons (5-6-0-1) scored first, taking advantage of a power play with under a minute left in the first period. Matthew Ford redirected a shot from the blue line to beat Wolves goaltender Jake Allen top shelf.
The Wolves responded with a power play goal from Rattie midway through the second period. Defenseman Taylor Chorney took a shot from the point, which bounced between several players and to the side of the net to Rattie, who tapped it in.
Oklahoma City scored three goals in the third period. Brad Hunt and Derek Nesbitt connected for the Barons within two minutes of each other early in the period.
Cannone got the Wolves within a goal on a power play, but Linus Omark pushed the Barons' lead back to two with a penalty shot 15 seconds later.
Barons goaltender Olivier Roy, pulled early in Friday night's game, made 31 saves. Allen stopped 29 of 33 shots for the loss.