- Indians levelled the tie early
- Biel-Bienne were two ahead on aggregate with four minutes to play
- Frölunda tied it and then won in OT
Trailing by a goal from their home leg, Frölunda wasted little time in getting level, LGT Top Scorer Ryan Lasch just 3:08 in finding the back of Jonas Hiller's net. Things got worse for Biel-Bienne some four and a half minutes before the end of the opening period as Joel Lundqvist put home a loose puck from close range, and suddenly the Indians led by one on aggregate.
It took the hosts until just past the halfway mark of the game to get themselves on the board and level the tie, Stefan Ulmer firing past Johan Mattsson from the slot.
Period three, inside the final 10 minutes, was where the home side took over. Marc-Antoine Pouliot sent the home fans wild when he gave Biel-Bienne the aggregate lead with a bullet at 52:08, and when Peter Schneider found the net just under four minutes later the Swiss team were two ahead overall. However, as many teams have learned in the Champions Hockey League, you just cannot count Frölunda out, and so it would play out. Playing with an empty net, Patrick Carlsson's shot squeezed through at 57:10, and then 19 seconds later Theodor Lennström stunned the Tissot Arena with the aggregate equaliser.
Overtime was a tense affair with tight, careful play at both ends. 3:58 into the additional period Biel-Bienne's Yannick Rathgeb was called for Tripping, and on the powerplay Carlsson broke the home fans' hearts with the game's winning goal just five seconds before Rathgeb was to rejoin the game. It was a gut-wrenching way for the Swiss side to exit this season's competition, but for Frölunda another comeback as they try to defend their title.