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Sunday’s AHL preseason recaps

CHICAGO 4, MILWAUKEE 2
Brad Schell and Troy Milam recorded a goal and an assist apiece as Chicago posted a 4-2 win over Milwaukee in Hoffman Estates, Ill.

Michael Garnett went the distance and made 22 saves for the Wolves.

Defenseman Shea Weber, a second-round draft pick by Nashville in 2003, scored a goal in his first game since being assigned to Milwaukee.

SPRINGFIELD 5, HARTFORD 4 (OT)
Paul Ranger scored 26 seconds into overtime to give Springfield a 5-4 home win over Hartford.

Adam Henrich, Jason Jaspers and Brady Greco scored in a span of 4:57 early in the second period as the Falcons turned a 2-0 deficit into a 3-2 lead.

Colby Genoway had two points for the Wolf Pack, including the tying goal with 30 seconds left in regulation.

OMAHA 4, IOWA 3 (OT)
Craig MacDonald scored 32 seconds into overtime to lift Omaha to a 4-3 win at Iowa.

The Knights owned a 35-17 edge in shots for the game, but needed a second-period rally to erase a two-goal deficit. Justin Taylor, David Moss and Darren Lynch also scored for Omaha.

Janos Vas, Shawn Belle and Francis Wathier had the goals for the Stars.

HOUSTON 5, SAN ANTONIO 2
Mark Rooneem recorded two goals and an assist as Houston posted a 5-2 win over San Antonio.

The Aeros scored four times in the third period to earn the victory, getting the tying and winning goals 35 seconds apart early in the frame.

Seamus Kotyk and Miroslav Kopriva combined for 35 saves for Houston. Steve Passmore stopped 21 shots for the Rampage.

TORONTO 4, HAMILTON 1
Led by Jeremy Williams with a goal and two assists, Toronto earned a 4-1 victory over Hamilton in Caldeonia, Ont.

Luke Fulghum, Dominic D’Amour and Brendan Bell also scored for the Marlies, who got all four of their goals on the power play.

J.F. Racine made 31 saves for Toronto.

HERSHEY 3, NORFOLK 2
Jonas Johansson scored with 2:34 left in the third period to give Hershey a 3-2 win over Norfolk at the Giant Center.

Jakub Klepis added a goal and an assist for the Bears and Kirk Daubenspeck and Maxime Daigneault combined for 40 saves.

PORTLAND 3, PROVIDENCE 1
Joel Stepp, Ladislav Smid and Alex Kim all scored goals for the Pirates as Portland beat the Providence Bruins, 3-1, in Bridgewater, Mass., on Sunday evening.

Jonathan Girard scored the lone goal for the Bruins.