Many fans were still dressing their dollar hot dogs when the RoadRunners scored the game winning goal just :12 seconds into the game, but almost everyone stuck around to the end as the RoadRunners posted a convincing 5-0 victory over the visiting Wichita Falls Wildcats Thursday night. 

On a day where the RoadRunners held a press conference to unveil the 2011 Robertson Cup logo, and offered $2.00 tickets in addition to dollar hot dogs and free parking as part of a "Family Fun Night" promotion, Topeka's hockey team came out fired up and happy to be on home ice after logging well over 3,500 bus miles over a seven game road trip. The opening faceoff was controlled by the Wildcats but a lead pass was picked off by Nate Milam who took off up the right wing, then snapped a sharp pass across to Brian Christie who whistled it past Tyler Green for a 1-0 RoadRunner lead just :12 seconds into the game. Topeka maintained pressure, adding a second goal at 10:13 when Ryan White backhanded a pass from behind the net out front to Justin Hussar who fired it home high on the blocker side for the 2-0 lead that stood after one period, with Topeka holding a shots on goal margin of 13-4.