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Recap: Chicago 1 at Moose 4 - Manitoba Moose


Recap: Chicago 1 at Moose 4

By: Daniel Fink | Published: January 15th 2017

Chicago Wolves (23-13-3-2) at Manitoba Moose (15-17-3-2)

Sunday, January 15, 2017 – MTS Centre, Winnipeg, MB

Scoring Summary 1 2 3 F
Chicago Wolves 1 0 0 1
Manitoba Moose 0 3 1 4


Shots By Period 1 2 3 F
Chicago Wolves 21 12 11 44
Manitoba Moose 6 9 5 20


Special Teams PP PK PIM
Chicago Wolves 0/6 1/2 13
Manitoba Moose 1/2 6/6 19


Goaltender Summary Goaltender MIN SA SV
Chicago Wolves Ville Husso 59:35 20 16
Manitoba Moose Ondrej Pavelec 60:00 44 43

Goal Summary

1 16:30 CHI Petteri Lindbohm (6) Bryce Gervais (4) Brett Sterling (1) ES 1-0 CHI
2 1:35 MB Dan DeSalvo (10) Jack Roslovic (13) Scott Glennie (10) PP 1-1
2 12:32 MB Ryan Olsen (4) ES 2-1 MB
2 15:43 MB Scott Kosmachuk (6) Brian Strait (5) ES 3-1 MB
3 12:52 MB Jimmy Lodge (7) Kevin Czuczman (12) Nelson Nogier (6) ES 4-1 MB

Game Story
The Manitoba Moose (15-17-3-2) and Chicago Wolves (23-13-3-2) finished their two-game set at MTS Centre on Sunday afternoon.  The Moose sported a different look, wearing special edition red jerseys for Firefighter Appreciation Day.  Ondrej Pavelec was the busiest player on the ice in the opening frame.  The Moose goaltender faced 21 shots in the game’s first 20 minutes.  The Chicago attack was powered by four powerplays in the period, all of which the Moose dispatched of.  Just one shot got past Pavelec in the first; Petteri Lindbohm’s opening goal with 3:30 left to give Chicago a 1-0 lead after one period of play.

Manitoba bounced back in a big way in the second period.  Dan DeSalvo got the hosts on the board 1:35 in with a powerplay marker off a pair of cross-ice feeds from Jack Roslovic and Scott Glennie.  The score remained tied until the 12:32 mark of the frame when Ryan Olsen snagged a loose puck in the Chicago zone and fired a shot past Ville Husso.  Just 3:11 later, Brian Strait won the puck off the boards and got it out to Scott Kosmachuk who snapped the puck to the twine for a 3-1 Manitoba advantage after 40 minutes.

Jimmy Lodge gave the Moose even more breathing room with seven minutes left in the third as he slipped by the Chicago defence and outwaited Husso for his seventh of the season.  Pavelec stayed sharp, stopping all 11 shots faced in the frame to preserve the Moose advantage as Manitoba came away with the 4-1 victory.

Quick Hits

  • Ryan Olsen has goals in two straight games.
  • Scott Kosmachuk has points in three straight games with three points (1G, 2A).
  • Ondrej Pavelec made a season-high 43 saves, tied for second most in his AHL career.
  • Game attendance was announced at 6,327.

Head Coach Pascal Vincent – "We found a way to get the lead, extend the lead, and we did a good job of protecting the lead. That's the funny part about hockey. I truly believe that we played a better game the game before against Chicago overall. But tonight we won. The guys showed some maturity in their game in the second and third period. So it's a big win for us."

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What’s Next?
The Moose head out on the road for six straight games starting against the Texas Stars on Wednesday, Jan. 18 at 7:30 p.m. CT.  Tune in to all the action on the road at moosehockey.com/listenlive.