Cincinnati -- The South Carolina Stingrays snapped a seven-game road winning streak Friday night with a 4-3 loss to Cincinnati at U.S. Bank Arena.

Forward Trent Campbell (2 goals) and defensemen Johann Kroll (1 goal, 1 assist) and Brett Flemming (2 assists) each recorded two points in the loss for the Stingrays (27-18-1-1).

Cyclones forward Michael Pelech scored the opening goal 54 seconds into the second period, lifting a rebound over the blocker of Stingrays goaltender Philipp Grubauer from the bottom of the left-wing circle. Defenseman Taylor Aronson and forward Joe Devin recorded assists.

Campbell tied the game at 10:47, beating Cyclones keeper Brad Fogal under the blocker. Kroll picked up the lone assist. Moments later, Campbell made it 2-1 from forward Pierre-Luc O'Brien and Flemming at 15:09.

With eight seconds left in the period, Cyclones rookie Matthew Sisca knotted the contest back up on the power play from forward Mathieu Aubin and blueliner Maury Edwards.

The Cyclones quickly jumped out to a 4-2 lead early in the third period behind two power-play goals.

Kroll pulled the Stingrays back within one on the man advantage, blasting a pass from forward Mike Hamilton over the right pad of Fogal from the left-wing circle. Flemming received the second assist. The Stingrays ended the contest 1 for 3 on the power play, while the Cyclones went 3 for 5.

The Stingrays wrap up a three-game road trip today against the Cyclones at 7:35 p.m. at U.S. Bank Arena and return to the North Charleston Coliseum on Tuesday against the Greenville Road Warriors at 7 p.m.