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Recap: Manitoba 2 vs. Chicago 4 - Manitoba Moose


Recap: Manitoba 2 vs. Chicago 4

By: Jennifer Redenbach | Published: December 7th 2019

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


Shots By Period 1 2 3 F
Chicago Wolves 15 17 4 36
Manitoba Moose 6 10 11 27


Special Teams PP PK PIM
Chicago Wolves 1/5 1/1 4
Manitoba Moose 0/1 4/5 12


Goaltender Summary Goaltender MIN SA SV
Chicago Wolves Oscar Dansk 59:44 27 25
Manitoba Moose Griffen Outhouse 59:30 36 32


Goal Summary

1 11:40 MB K. Reichel (1) J. Kovacevic (3) C. Schilling (8) ES 1-0 MB
1 18:52 CHI J. Loewen (1) D. Coghlan (7) J. Megna (3) ES 1-1
1 19:24 CHI D. Coghlan (5) ES 2-1 CHI
2 6:50 CHI R. Duke (6) V. Zykov (3) ES 3-1 CHI
3 15:53 CHI L. Elvenes (7) B. Pirri (5) J. Schuldt (7) PP 4-1 CHI
3 17:27 MB JC Lipon (5) C. Schilling (5) K. Vesalainen (7) ES 4-2 CHI


Game Story

The Manitoba Moose (13-13-0-0) were defeated 4-2 by the Chicago Wolves (11-14-2-0) on Saturday night at Bell MTS Place.

Midway through the first period, Kristian Reichel sent a beautiful wrist shot to the net that got past Wolves goaltender Oscar Dansk to give the Moose the 1-0 advantage. With just over one minute remaining in the first, Jermaine Loewen scored for the Wolves and collected his first AHL goal to tie the game 1-1. To close out the first frame, Dylan Coghlan gave Chicago the 2-1 lead.

With five minutes gone in the second period, Seth Griffith saw the best opportunity for the Moose on the breakaway however Dansk made a pad save to keep the game 2-1. At 6:50 into the second, Reid Duke scored for the Wolves improving their lead to 3-1.

The Moose maintained control of the puck in third frame and did not allow a shot on goal for the first 15:02 of the period. With 4:07 left in the game, Lucas Elvenes notched a tally for the Wolves to make the score 4-1. With less than three minutes to go, Cameron Schilling sent a shot from the blueline which JC Lipon spotted and tipped into the Wolves net to get the Moose within two. Despite Manitoba’s late offensive push, Chicago held on to the 4-2 victory.

Quick Hits

  • Griffen Outhouse made 32 saves in his home ice debut for the Moose
  • Kristian Reichel notched his first goal of the season after missing the past 21 due to injury
  • Kristian Vesalainen is currently on a two-game point streak (1G, 1A)

What’s Next?

The Moose hit the road again to take on the Texas Stars on Wednesday, Dec. 11. Puck drop is scheduled for 7 p.m. The game will be broadcast on TSN 1290 and moosehockey.com/listenlive.