The Roughnecks offence went cold in the fourth quarter Saturday, allowing the Philadelphia Wings to rally from behind to defeat Calgary 11-9.

The Roughnecks came out of the gate flying, building a 5-2 lead in the first quarter.

They led 7-6 at the half, after Philly surged in the second quarter, then added two more in the third to enter the final frame leading 9-6.

Those were the last goals of the day for the Roughnecks however, as the Wings rallied for five fourth-quarter goals to gain the victory.

Tyler Pace had a hat trick for the Roughnecks, while Tanner Cook had a pair. Jesse King, Thomas Hoggarth, Liam LeClair and Dan Taylor added singles.

The loss dropped the Roughnecks’ record to 5-6.

Christian Del Bianco stopped 36 shots in goal for Calgary.

Next up for the Roughnecks is a game next Friday in Duluth, Georgia against the Swarm.