The Cochrane Chaos and the Calgary Titans have both won two games apiece, but neither has won on home ice.

The Cochrane Chaos bounced back with a 6-3 win yesterday (Nov. 1) at Winsport to once again deadlock the series.

Failing a tie, we'll see exactly who finishes on top here at Totem One on Friday night.

Teah Workman put the Chaos ahead 1-0 after one and just 27 seconds into the second Kalley Mueller made it 2-0. The Chaos were ahead 5-2 after two and the two clubs exchanged goals in the third.

Head coach Derek Loomer says the Chaos were off their game on Friday night and couldn't seem to get the bounces, but came out flying on Sunday.

"There was just lots of weird stuff going on, and we got away from our game. I think the girls got a little bit uptight because things weren't going well and they couldn't find their groove. Then we go back on Sunday and everyone was relaxed and had lots of energy. Everyone just turned it on, we get some bounces and just rolled. It was really a full 60-minute effort, and a lot better result."

Loomer wants to see the team finish the series on top with a win Friday.

"It would be ideal to go into our break with the win. We're back into regular practices this week and we'll get prepared to show up relaxed with lots of energy on Friday and we should be able to pull off that win we're looking forward to."

Cochrane does hold a one-point lead after losing the first game in overtime.

The Chaos begin their two-week break after Friday night before facing the Central Alberta Amazons in their next series.