The Muskegon Lumberjacks looked to score another comeback victory on Saturday a day after erasing a three-goal deficit.

The Lumberjacks entered the final period trailing by a goal, but failed to manage to get the equalizer, falling to Green Bay 4-2 at the Resch Center in Wisconsin.

Muskegon is now 10-6-1 on the season, good for 21 points and third place in the USHL’s Eastern Conference.

The Lumberjacks will return home for three straight home contests, starting with a makeup game against Youngstown on Thursday night. Faceoff will be at 7:10 p.m. from the Mercy Health Arena.

Muskegon will complete the homestand with a pair of games against the Gamblers.

The Gamblers opened the scoring 42 seconds into the game with a tally from Xan Gurney.

Green Bay increased its lead to 2-0 on a goal from Ryan Kirwan at the 4:32 mark of the first period.

The Lumberjacks cut their deficit to 2-1 at the 18:33 mark of the first period with a goal by John Druskinis.

Muskegon tied the score 2-2 after Tyler Procious put the puck in the net 12:45 into the second period.

The Gamblers regained their advantage at 3-2 with a goal from Alex Nordstrom at the 15:26 mark of the second period.

Green Bay closed out the scoring with an empty net tally by Alex Servagno at the 19:26 mark of the third period.

The Lumberjacks outshot Green Bay by a 39-31 margin.

Muskegon goaltender Nate Reid stopped 27-of-30 shots in net for the Lumberjacks.