Parker Rondeau's second goal of the game was the overtime winner as the Swift Current Home Hardware Legionnaires beat the Saskatoon Contacts 7-6 on Sunday at Merlis Belsher Place.

Brodie Scopick and Tyler Phipps gave the Contacts a 2-0 lead by the 3:13 mark of the second period before the Legionnaires got three unanswered goals, two by Kayd Ruedig and the other from Tristan Mitchell-McElhone, to take a 3-2 lead after 40 minutes. The teams went back-and-forth in a seven-goal third period with Kanye Huang scoring early in the frame to tie it back up before Rondeau scored on the power play to regain the Legionnaires' lead. Jace Rask scored a power play marker of his own to tie it up at 4-4, but then Mitchell-McElhone and Jace Egland scored to give Swift Current a two-goal lead again with 7:13 to go in the third period. Benett Leibel scored a power play goal with 2:42 left to cut the Contacts' defecit to 6-5, and then Owen Chapman tied the game with a shorthanded marker with 1:51 left to force overtime, where Rondeau would score 36 seconds into the extra frame to give the Legionnaires the victory.

Berney Weston made 31 saves as the Contacts outshot Swift Current 37-36.

The Legionnaires (22-9-3) start a home-and-home with the Regina Pat Canadians on Tuesday night in the Queen City with the return game on Thursday at Innovationplex.