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Recap: Moose 2 at Milwaukee 8 - Manitoba Moose



Recap: Moose 2 at Milwaukee 8

By: Daniel Fink | Published: January 26th 2019

Manitoba Moose (19-19-3-2) at Milwaukee Admirals (22-17-6-1)
Saturday, January 26, 2019 – UW-M Panther Arena, Milwaukee, Wis.

Scoring Summary 1 2 3 F
Manitoba Moose 0 1 1 2
Milwaukee Admirals 1 4 3 8


Shots By Period 1 2 3 F
Manitoba Moose 7 10 8 25
Milwaukee Admirals 13 13 5 31


Special Teams PP PK PIM
Manitoba Moose 1/6 2/5 32
Milwaukee Admirals 3/5 5/6 24


Goaltender Summary Goaltender MIN SA SV
Manitoba Moose Ken Appleby 59:43 31 23
Milwaukee Admirals Tom McCollum 59:35 25 23


Goal Summary

1 12:00 MIL E. Tolvanen (6) C. Schneider (16) E. Pettersson (21) PP 1-0 MIL
2 1:20 MIL E. Tolvanen (7) T. Gaudet (11) ES 2-0 MIL
2 4:25 MIL J. Pendenza (1) S. Savage (1) A. Richard (14) ES 3-0 MIL
2 10:23 MB C. Collins (2) C. Schilling (11) S. Griffith (24) PP 3-1 MIL
2 12:48 MIL E. Pettersson (10) M. Donovan (14) C. Schneider (17) PP 4-1 MIL
2 16:56 MIL E. Pettersson (10) J. Tinordi (9) M. Olivier (8) ES 5-1 MIL
3 0:44 MB L. Shaw (18) C. Schilling (12) SH 5-2 MIL
3 2:43 MIL J. Gregoire (4) ES 6-2 MIL
3 5:34 MIL T. Gaudet (6) J. Gregoire (7) A. Carrier (16) ES 7-2 MIL
3 10:27 MIL Y. Trenin (7) V. Pedrie (5) A. Richard (15) PP 8-2 MIL


Game Story
The Manitoba Moose (19-19-3-2) finished off their lead-up to the all-star break with a 8-2 defeat at the hands of the Milwaukee Admirals (22-17-6-1) at UW-M Panther Arena on Saturday afternoon.  The home side used its power play to open the scoring 12 minutes into the contest.  Cole Schneider slipped a pass cross-crease to Eeli Tolvanen who fired the puck to the back of the net.  The Admirals had a good opportunity to add to the lead on a Joe Pendenza breakaway, but Ken Appleby shut down the chance, making one of his 12 saves in the period as the Moose went to the break down 1-0.

Milwaukee built its advantage just 80 seconds into the second frame.  Tyler Gaudet spied Tolvanen lurking on the far-side of the Moose net, hit him with a pass, and Tolvanen put away his second of the game.  The Admirals added to the lead 3:15 later when Joe Pendenza tipped a point shot to the back of the net.  The Moose got on the board midway through the frame courtesy of Chris Collins tipping a Cameron Schilling point shot past Tom McCollum for a power play tally to cut the deficit to 3-1.  Milwaukee quickly went back on the attack as Emil Pettersson struck twice, once on the power play and once at even strength, to take a 5-1 lead to the third.

After the Moose took an early penalty, Logan Shaw jumped onto a loose puck for a breakaway and buried a shorthanded tally 44 seconds into the period.  The Admirals responded two minutes later as Jeremy Gregoire lugged the puck down the ice and slipped a shot to the back of the net.  Tyler Gaudet made it 7-2 at 5:34 of the frame as he tracked down a bouncing puck in front of the Moose goal.  Milwaukee tacked on another one with 9:33 to go in the game when Yakov Trenin redirected a point shot into the net.  That tally rounded out the scoring as Milwaukee claimed the 8-2 victory.

Quick Hits

  • Seth Griffith has points in nine straight games with 13 points (1G, 12A) in that span.
  • Logan Shaw scored his fifth goal in his last seven games.
  • Chris Collins scored his first AHL power play goal.
  • The Moose saw their point streak come to an end at nine games (6-0-1-2).

What’s Next?

Logan Shaw represents the Moose at the 2019 Lexus AHL All-Star Classic presented by MGM Springfield which gets going tomorrow with the AHL All-Star Skills Competition (6 p.m. CT), followed by the AHL All-Star Challenge on Monday (6 p.m. CT).  The broadcast is available on Sportsnet ONE/NOW or stream free with AHLTV.