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Walter strikes in overtime again

Ben Walter slipped the puck past netminder Frank Doyle 30 seconds into overtime to give the Bruins a 3-2 win over the visiting Lowell Devils.

Walter, who has two consecutive overtime game-winning goals, also added an assist on the evening while teammates T.J. Trevelyan and David Krejci provided the other tallies for the P-Bruins, who have won three in a row and eight of their last 10.

Philippe Sauve needed just 13 saves on the night to up his record to 13-14-1.

Rod Pelley scored both goals for the Devils in a losing effort.


MANCHESTER 3, SPRINGFIELD 2
A pair of third-period goals from defenseman Kevin Dallman lifted the Monarchs to their 12th straight win, the most by any AHL team in the past two years, as Manchester defeated the Springfield Falcons 3-2 in front of 7,731 fans at the Verizon Wireless Arena on Sunday afternoon.

It is the longest run in the AHL since the Monarchs’ own 13-game win streak in 2004-05.

Defenseman Doug Nolan scored the first goal of the night and Matt Moulson and John Zeiler recorded a pair of assists each as Manchester improved its record to 34-12-6-1 and 75 points, tied for second in the overall AHL standings.

Jason LaBarbera made 37 saves in the contest and came away with his 10th straight win and 29th of the year to lead all goaltenders.

Norm Milley and Marek Kvapil registered the goals for the Falcons in the loss.


BRIDGEPORT 5, BINGHAMTON 3
Defenseman Mark Wotton had a goal and added two helpers as the Sound Tigers downed the Binghamton Senators 5-3 at the Arena at Harbor Yard and carried their winning streak to five games.

Eric Boguniecki scored a pair of goals to extend his scoring streak to five games (5g, 4a), and Billy Thompson stopped 48 of 51 shots in the afternoon tilt to earn his second consecutive win.

Jeff Heerema, Josh Hennessy and Arttu Luttinen each had goals in the loss for the B-Sens.


MILWAUKEE 4, HOUSTON 3
Playing in just his eighth game of the year for the Admirals, Nicolas Corbeil led Milwaukee to a 4-3 win over the Houston Aeros by recording a hat trick.

Chris Durno provided the other goal for Milwaukee goal and defenseman Sheldon Brookbank added two assists in the contest.

Pekka Rinne stopped 35 of 38 shots to earn his second straight win for the Admirals, who have won four of their last five games at the Bradley Center.

Roman Voloshenko, Matt Foy and Erik Reitz all scored as Houston played its 10th consecutive one-goal game.


CHICAGO 6, SYRACUSE 2
The Wolves rattled off five goals in a row at one point and newly acquired defenseman Andy Delmore led the way with a goal and two assists in Chicago’s 6-2 home win over the Syracuse Crunch.

Delmore also garnered a plus-3 rating for Chicago, which had 13 players who tallied at least one point in the game.

Joey Crabb had a goal and an assist for the Wolves, 8-1-1-3 in their last 13 games.

Fred Brathwaite made 26 saves for his 18th win of the year.


HAMILTON 9, ROCHESTER 5
The Hamilton Bulldogs extended their point streak to a season-high 10 games (8-0-1-1) and set three franchise records on Sunday afternoon when they defeated the Rochester Americans, 9-5.

The Bulldogs tallied a franchise-record seven goals in the second period, four of which came on the power play, and also had the fastest four goals in franchise history, in a 5:05 span.

Eight different players on Hamilton tallied two points or more, led by Corey Locke, who had two goals and two assists and Duncan Milroy, who had a goal and three assists.

Jonathan Ferland added a pair of goals and an assist and Cory Urquhart scored a goal and two assists for the Bulldogs, who have put up 19 goals in their last three games.

The Bulldogs also scored their fastest six goals all-time in 11:58 surpassing the previous mark of 12:54, set on Dec. 8, 2002.

Jean-Philippe Cote surpassed Chris Hajt for the franchise record for all-time games played by a defenseman at 228.

On the other side of the puck, Rochester left wing Michael Ryan netted his first hat trick of the season and added an assist, while teammate Drew Stafford had a pair of goals and two assists in the loss for the Amerks, whose lead over second-place Hamilton in the North Division dropped to three points.


SAN ANTONIO 2, PEORIA 1 (OT)
Jeff Taffe scored at 1:27 of overtime to lift the Rampage to a 2-1 win over Peoria at Carver Arena for their second straight win.

David LeNeveu stopped 31 of 32 shots for his eighth win of the year and Yanick Lehoux scored his 23rd goal as San Antonio improved its mark to 5-4-0-1 on its 16-game road trip.

The Rampage now sit just six points behind the fourth-place Rivermen in the West Division playoff race.

Gavin Morgan scored the lone goal for Peoria.


TORONTO 5, PHILADELPHIA 4
In a back-and-forth contest, five different Marlies provided goals as Toronto defeated the Philadelphia Phantoms by a score of 5-4 at Ricoh Coliseum.

Staffan Kronwall, who registered a plus-3, and John Mitchell each had a goal and an assist, while defenseman Brad Brown led the Marlies with a plus-4 on the evening.

Justin Pogge earned his ninth win of the year by stopping 34 of 38 shots to give the Marlies their second straight win.

Darren Reid and Stefan Ruzicka led the Phantoms with a goal and an assist each.