Another day. Another overtime game. Another loss. Ryan Rorabeck scored with 44 seconds left in the third period and Shane O'Brien ended the game with 47 seconds remaining in overtime to give the Toronto St. Michael's Majors a 2-1 win over the Greyhounds before 2,955 fans at Memorial Gardens on Sunday night. The Greyhound loss spoiled a brilliant 43-save performance by goalie Adam Munro. It was a scoreless game until 14:25 of the second period when Jeff Carter beat Majors' goalie Andy Chiodo to give the Hounds a 1-0 lead. The score remained that way until Rorabeck tied the game in the final minute of the third period. The OT loss was the second of the weekend for the Hounds, who fell to the London Knights 6-5 on Friday night. In fact, it was the third OT game in as many starts in 2003 for the Hounds, who tied the Sudbury Wolves 8-8 on Jan. 3 in the Nickel City. Sunday's loss drops the Greyhounds' record to 15-21-4-2. The Hounds' home stand continues when Sarnia and Belleville play here on Jan. 18 and 19, respectively.