Ty Rattie scored on a penalty shot with 15 seconds left in overtime as the Condors beat Ontario 6-5 in Ontario on Saturday night for their second straight win.

The contentious game — the teams played on Friday night in Bakersfield — featured a season-high four fights and 86 minutes of penalties and a season high combined goal count.

Ontario sent the game to overtime when Philippe Maillet scored with 35 seconds remaining in regulation with with goaltender Jack Campbell pulled for an extra attacker.

Rattie had a pair of goals as did John Currie as the Condors (19-18-7-1) climbed back above .500.

The Condors raced out to a 2-0 lead with Ethan Bear scoring 23 seconds into the game and Rattie scoring at 6:40.

Ontario then rattled off three straight goals, the last by Matt Luff on a power play four minutes into the second to take a 3-2 lead.

Currie then scored back-to-back goals, on a power play at 8:27 and his 12th of the year at 12:58 to put the Condors back on top 4-3.

Ontario’s Matt Moulson made it 4-4 at 3:35 of the third and Joey LaLeggia, playing defense for the first time in more than a year, went end-to-end for an unassisted goal at 7:38 to put the Condors back in front.

Laurent Brossoit stopped 32 shots to get the win.