webskin link
webskin link
Recap: Chicago 4 at Moose 1 - Manitoba Moose



Recap: Chicago 4 at Moose 1

By: Daniel Fink | Published: November 3rd 2018

Manitoba Moose (6-5-0-0) vs. Chicago Wolves (7-3-0-1)
Saturday, November 3, 2018 – Bell MTS Place, Winnipeg, Man.

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


Shots By Period 1 2 3 F
Chicago Wolves 14 9 5 28
Manitoba Moose 7 9 14 30


Special Teams PP PK PIM
Chicago Wolves 0/6 4/4 8
Manitoba Moose 0/4 6/6 12


Goaltender Summary Goaltender MIN SA SV
Chicago Wolves Oscar Dansk 60:00 30 29
Manitoba Moose Ken Appleby 57:13 28 24


Goal Summary

1 7:27 CHI B. Pirri (4) T.J. Tynan (7) G. Reinhart (2) ES 1-0 CHI
1 14:56 CHI S. Matteau (2) T.J. Tynan (8) J. Bischoff (1) ES 2-0 CHI
2 3:04 CHI B. Macek (11) K. Kolesar (2) J. Oligny (1) ES 3-0 CHI
3 3:51 MB S. Griffith (4) C. Schilling (5) ES 3-1 CHI
3 11:17 CHI B. Macek (12) E. Brannstrom (7) G. Quinney (4) ES 4-1 CHI


Game Story
The Manitoba Moose (6-5-0-0) and Chicago Wolves (7-3-0-1) clashed for the second time in as many nights at Bell MTS Place on Saturday.  Chicago opened the scoring 7:27 into the game when Brandon Pirri out-waited Ken Appleby and lifted the puck into the net over the sprawling Moose netminder.  The Moose had a couple of good looks on a mid-period power play, but couldn’t tie the game.  That proved costly as Stefan Matteau escaped on a breakaway at the end of the man-advantage and scored to give Chicago a 2-0 lead.  The Moose penalty kill kept the score at 2-0, halting the Wolves on a two-minute two-man advantage to close out the period.

Chicago added to its lead early in the second with help from three local products.  Brooks Macek scored the Wolves’ third goal, with assists going to fellow Manitobans Keegan Kolesar and Zach Whitecloud.  The Moose penalty killers shut down another five-on-three disadvantage to keep the home side within striking distance.  Appleby also did his part in the waning moments, stopping a breakaway opportunity to maintain the score at 3-0 Chicago after 40 minutes of play.

The Moose got on the board 3:51 into the final frame as Seth Griffith came off the wing and fired a shot over the shoulder of Oscar Dansk.  The Moose turned up the heat and were awarded a power play to follow up the goal.  Despite a great chance for Michael Spacek, Manitoba was unable to knot up the game with the opportunity.  Chicago restored the three-goal advantage with 9:43 left in the contest on Macek’s second tally of the night as the Wolves claimed a 4-1 victory.

Quick Hits

  • Seth Griffith has points in two straight games with five points (2G, 3A).
  • Cameron Schilling has points in two straight games with three assists.
  • Michael Spacek led the Moose with six shots on goal.

Defenceman Nelson Nogier – “I think we came a little bit slow out of the gates. As a team we know we have to play it simple and pay attention to details.  I think we were a little slow and lacked in those categories tonight.”

Head Coach Pascal Vincent – “I like the way we finished the game. The mistakes that we made, we can fix them. I understand how we move and I understand the mistakes. So at the end of the day the result is not positive, but it’s positive in the sense that we know what needs to be improve and the players know.”

Linked Up
Game Summary: https://mbmoo.se/2qtcwf0
Highlights and Post-Game Coverage: moosehockey.com/moosetv
Photo Gallery: https://mbmoo.se/2RscmjE

What’s Next?
The Moose make their annual visit to Assiniboine Park Zoo to spend time with fans Sunday afternoon from 1:30-3:00 p.m. at the Journey to Churchill exhibit.

The team returns to game action against the Grand Rapids Griffins Thursday and Saturday at Bell MTS Place.  Saturday’s game is Retro Night featuring a specialty jersey and other retro-themed surprises.  Tickets for next week’s games are available at moosehockey.com/tickets.