The Grandview Steelers were batting 0.500 at the halfway mark of the Pacific Junior Hockey League.
The Burnaby-based junior B club squandered leads in the first and second periods before falling 4-3 to the last-place North Vancouver Wolf Pack at home on Dec. 16.
Second star Vik Sanghera gave Grandview a 1-0 lead after the opening period and a 2-1 advantage on a power play late in the middle frame, but neither lead held up.
North Van tallied two early second-period counters to tie things up. The Pack then got the game-tying marker from Marcus Houck from Jivan Sidhu and Quin Buckfellew later in the period.
Christian Stephenson got the game-winner on the man advantage midway through the final frame.
On Friday, the Steelers let a 4-1 lead slip through their fingers in Maple Ridge.
Grandview lost 6-5 to the Ridge Meadows Flames after giving up five consecutive goals, including three unanswered second-period counters, at Planet Ice on Dec. 14.
Steelers' rookie Nicholas Hermary led the way with two goals and a single assist, while Sanghera also collected three points, including his 10th goal of the season.
Grandview outshot the Flames 40-27 in the game. Steelers goalie Joshua Friesen stopped just 21 shots in goal.
The back-to-back losses left the Steelers in fourth place in the competitive Tom Shaw conference with a record of 14-14-1-1.
Hermary currently holds down seventh place in league scoring with 37 points, including 19 goals.
Grandview completed the first half of the regular season schedule against the Delta Ice Hawks on Dec. 23 (after NOW deadlines).