Recap: Manitoba 4 at Belleville 5 – OTBy: Jennifer Redenbach | Published: February 22nd 2020
|Shots By Period||1||2||3||OT||F|
|Manitoba Moose||Mikhail Berdin||62:01||42||37|
|Belleville Senators||Filip Gustavsson||61:05||24||20|
|1||2:57||MB||K. Reichel (9)||C.J. Suess (11)||ES||1-0 MB|
|1||5:05||MB||R. White (2)||Cole Maier (7)||L. Stanley (7)||ES||2-0 MB|
|2||4:20||MB||L. Stanley (3)||N. Nogier (8)||C.J. Suess (12)||ES||3-0 MB|
|2||5:04||BEL||D. Archibald (9)||M. Klimchuk (12)||J. LaBate (13)||ES||3-1 MB|
|2||19:08||BEL||P. Kelly (9)||SH||3-2 MB|
|3||6:20||BEL||J. Szwarz (16)||R. Balcers (20)||E. Brannstrom (20)||PP||3-3|
|3||11:43||MB||K. Reichel (10)||C.J. Suess (13)||ES||4-3 MB|
|3||2:01||BEL||R. Balcers (16)||J. Szwarz (15)||D. Archibald (6)||ES||4-4|
|OT||BEL||A. Formenton (24)||OT||5-4 BEL|
The Manitoba Moose (24-32-1-0) lost a 5-4 overtime decision against the Belleville Senators (35-16-4-1) on Saturday night at CAA Arena.
Just 2:57 into the first period, Kristian Reichel ripped a shot through traffic and scored to give the Moose the 1-0 advantage. Just two minutes later, Ryan White capitalized on Logan Stanley’s rebound to improve Manitoba’s lead by a two-goal count.
With 4:20 gone in the second period, Logan Stanley capitalized on a wrist shot that found its way past screened Senators netminder Filip Gustavsson to make the score 3-0 in favour of the Moose. Just under a minute later, Darren Archibald scored for the Senators getting Belleville on the board. With less than a minute remaining in the frame, Parker Kelly scored shorthanded to bring Belleville within one.
At 6:20 of the third period, Jordan Szwarz capitalized on a man advantage to tie the game 3-3. With 8:17 remaining in the frame, Riechel battled for the puck down low and cashed in posting his second of the night to give the Moose the 4-3 advantage. With just 34 seconds to go in regulation, Rudolfs Balcers scored for Belleville to tie the game 4-4. Just 2:01 into overtime, Alex Formenton’s initial attempt was denied by Mikhail Berdin but the rebound took a bad bounce and wound up in Manitoba’s net securing Belleville’s victory.
- Kristian Reichel notched two goals in tonight’s matchup posting the first multi-goal game of his AHL career
- C.J Suess marked a new AHL career high with three assists in tonight’s game
- Logan Stanley posted his second multi-point game (1G, 1A) of the 2019-20 campaign
The Moose return home to face off against the Chicago Wolves on Saturday, Feb. 29. Puck drop is scheduled for 2 p.m. Tickets are available at moosehockey.com/tickets.