The Wolves got on the board first against the Sarnia Sting Saturday night, but the lead was short-lived with a goal Jordan Ernst just under three minutes later, and another from Sarnia’s Troy Lajeunesse after the 10-minute mark.
Sarnia scored two more goals before the Wolves’ Dmitry Sokolov responded with a goal later in the second period.
In the end, the Wolves lost 5-2 to the Sting.
Jake McGrath made 37 saves for Sudbury, while Aidan Hughes prevented 20 shots from entering Sarnia’s net.
With an overtime loss Friday night, and the loss Saturday, the Wolves will end their three-day road trip in Guelph Sunday afternoon.