Disappointing was the word echoing around The Aud last night, as the London Knights fought back to down the Rangers 6-4.

Kitchener entered the third period leading 4-2 and now trail the Knights in the Western Conference final 2 games to nothing.

During the 570 News postgame show, Rangers Associate Coach Paul Fixter said the team is down right now, but he says they are resilient and will bounce back.

He says London cranked it up in the third period and the Rangers got caught out of position.

Forward Ryan Murphy said it was the little things that cost them: missing a man, getting beat to the puck and not getting the puck out of their own end that hurt them.

Fans calling into our postgame show were clearly disappointed with many saying the Rangers just seemed to run out of steam.

Game three is tomorrow night in London.

570 News has the action starting with the pre-game at 6:30.