Wolves double up Moose 4-2

Sunday, 08 December 2019 03:14 Written by
Winnipeg, Manitoba (NHN)-Dylan Coghlan had a goal and an assist to pace the Chicago Wolves to a 4-2 win over the Manitoba Moose Saturday night.

Coghlan fired a pair of slapshots just over a half minute apart late in the first period which proved to be the difference in the game.

The first was tipped past Moose goaltender Griffen Outhouse by Jermaine Loewen.

The second was a high slapshot from the right side boards just above the right faceoff circle which he blew past Outhouse to give the Wolves the lead.

Reid Duke and Lucas Elvenes also scored for the Wolves, who moved to Oscar Dansk stopped 25 shots for Chicago, who moved to 11-14-2-0 on the season.

Kristian Reichel scored the lone goal for the Moose.

Griffen Outhouse made 25 saves for Manitoba, who dropped to 13-13-0.

Kristian Reichel got Manitoba on the board 11:40 into the first with a 50 foot wrister that he fired through a crowd in front of the Chicago net and caught the inside of the left post.

The goal was his first of the season.

The Wolves pulled even at 18:52 when Jermaine Loewen parked himself in front of Moose goaltender Griffen Outhouse and tipped a Dylan Coghlan blast from the point past him to make it 1-1.

The goal was his 1st of the season.

Coghlan struck again just 32 seconds later when he stepped into a slapshot from the right side boards, beating Outhouse with a high slapshot with 36 seconds remaining in the first to give Chicago the lead.

The goal was his 5th of the season.

Reid Duke made it 3-1 6:50 into the second, wiring a high wrister just under the cross bar.

Valentin Zykov stepped around Moose forward Kristian Vesalainen at the blue line after Vesalainen missed his check and hit the Duke with a crisp pass which the Chicago forward promptly snapped past Outhouse to score his 6th of the season.

With Seth Griffith off for high sticking Lucas Elvenes took a feed from Brandon Pirri before breaking in to the hash marks and unleashing a wrister which beat Outhouse glove side to make it 4-1 Wolves at 15:53 of the third.

The goal was his 7th of the season.

J.C Lipon tipped a Cameron Schilling shot past Dansk with 2:13 remaining in regulation to make it 4-2

The goal was his 5th of the season.

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Winnipeg, Manitoba (NHN)-Cole Maier scored twice and Mikhail Berdin stopped 35 shots as the Manitoba Moose beat the San Antonio Rampage by a 5-2 score to win their 6th straight game Sunday afternoon.

The win moved the Moose into third place in the Central Division with 18 points on the season (9-8-0-0).

Leon Gawanke had a goal and an assist in the win.

Andrei Chibisov and Kristian Vesalainen also scored for the Moose.

Mikhail Berdin made 35 saves for Manitoba, who swept their four-game homestand.

Ville Husso stopped 28 shots for the Rampage, who lost their fifth straight.

Mike Vecchione and Jordan Kyrou scored for San Antonio, who There was no scoring in the first period.

Mike Vecchione opened the scoring just under the four minute mark when he fired a wrister past Manitoba goaltender Mikhail Berdin just inside the left post at 3:52.

The goal was his 9th of the season.

The Moose replied with a shorthanded marker at 5:56.

With C.J. Suess off for hooking, J.C. Lipon broke in and left a drop pass for Cole Maier who beat Rampage goaltender Ville Husso just under the cross bar to make it 1-1.

The goal was his 2nd of the season.

Jordan Kyrou scored just 23 seconds later on the same power play, beating Berdin with a clean shot to give San Antonio the lead.

Andrei Chibisov scored with at 19:59 of the second period as he broke in alone before beating Husso with a low shot to make it 2-2.

Jansen Harkins sprung the Moose forward free with a nifty pass, hitting him in full stride before the first-year forward skated in and scored his 4th of the season.

The assist stretched Harkins' point streak to 9 games.

Maier scored his second of the game 3:26 into the third, banging a rebound into a wide open net after Leon Gawanke nailed the goalpost with a high wrister.

The goal was his 3rd of the season.

Kristian Vesalainen gave the Moose some breathing room 13:24 into the third on a nice solo effort.

The second-year winger broke down the left-side boards with the puck, before cutting hard to the net and having the disc go in off of Rampage defenceman Niko Mikkola's skate to make it 4-2 Manitoba.

The goal was his 3rd of the season.

Leon Gawanke added an empty netter with 3:14 left in regulation to seal the win for Manitoba.

San Antonio continues their four-game road trip on Tuesday in Chicago while Manitoba visits Belleville Wednesday.

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Moose edge Stars 2-1 to sweep series

Thursday, 14 November 2019 03:38 Written by
Winnipeg, Manitoba (NHN)-Emile Poirier scored the game winner 10:52 into the second period and Mikhail Berdin stopped 36 shots as the Manitoba Moose edged the Texas Stars 2-1 Wednesday night.

The win was their 4th straight as Manitoba swept the two-game series.

Kristian Vesalainen also scored for the Moose.

Mikhail Berdin made 36 saves for Manitoba, who moved to 7-8-0-0.

Landon Bow took the loss for Texas, who lost their ninth in a row.

The Moose got on the board first with a power play marker late in the first period.

Kristian Vesalainen scored with 22 seconds remaining after taking a feed from Sami Niku before stepping into a shot from the top of the left faceoff circle and beating Texas goaltender Landon Bow with a low wrister.

The goal was his 3rd of the season.

Texas drew even at 9:14 of the second when Brian Mclure tipped a Adam Mascherin shot from the right side boards past Berdin to score his 3rd goal of the season.

Emile Poirier restored the Manitoba lead 1:38 later when he shook his check while driving the net hard and snapped a Cole Maier feed past Bow to make it 2-1.

The goal was his 2nd of the season.

There was no scoring in the 3rd period.

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NOTES-RW Jan Spacek was recalled to the Winnipeg Jets earlier in the day.