They entered the Hockeyallsvenskan as big favourites, but Djurgården has not at all lived up to the high expectations so far.

Before today's home meeting with Mora, however, there were positive tones in advance as the JVM quintet (Carl Lindbom, Calle Odelius, Noah Östlund, Liam Öhgren and Jonathan Lekkerimäki) was back in the lineup.

And it wasn't made worse by the fact that they went up to a three-goal lead in the first period after goals by Daniel Brodin, Fredrik Forsberg and Nicklas Danielsson.

But in the second came the collapse.

Mora picked up goal after goal and when the match clock read 12.28 it was tied.

- I am very happy with the first period, I think we come out and dictate the game.

In the second period, it's just the opposite, we start cheating and get spread out.

That's a bit of the problem we've had, we're having a hard time holding it together for 60 minutes.

Once it starts to blow a little, we are a little fragile in our confidence and make the wrong decision, says Johan Garpenlöv in C More.

And it would get worse.

Just over ten minutes into the third period, Mora completed his turnaround when Anton Heikkinen sent in 4-3 to the visitors, his 17th goal of the season.

With three minutes left to play in regular time, Garpenlöv picked out goalkeeper Carl Lindbom in an attempt to equalize and, after heavy pressure, Olle Liss managed to send in the 4-4 goal with a well-placed shot from a back position.

After a goalless overtime, the match went to penalties and once there it was Mora who had the best nerves.

The loss was Djurgården's fourth in a row and now they are fifth in the table after both Södertälje and Mora passed.