Timrå was bad at home against a scarred Skellefteå - with many leading players on the absence list - in Saturday night's SHL match.

The home team had taken the lead but got to see Skellefteå equalize and take the lead just over halfway into the third period through Adam Wilsby.

But with less than a minute left to play, Ty Rattie equalized and took the match to extra time.

It did not take long before Albin Lundin secured the victory.

Lundin came free with Skellefteå goalkeeper Strauss Mann and certainly put 3-2 and thus fixed two lead-heavy points to Timrå in the bottom battle.

As Malmö lost to Oskarshamn earlier in the day, they are now only four points behind Skånelaget - and also have one match less played.