On Monday night, Jason Jaffray scored twice as Manitoba finished its seven-game road trip at 6-1-0-0 with a 5-1 victory at Rochester… On Sunday, Chris Stewart notched a hat trick and Lake Erie scored four times in the final 5:16 of regulation to defeat Hamilton, 6-4… Chicago got a pair of third-period goals and rallied for a 3-2 shootout win in Manchester… Scott Munroe made 46 saves as Philadelphia shut out Providence, 2-0… Kyle Greentree scored three times in Quad City’s 4-2 win at San Antonio.
Manitoba 5, ROCHESTER 1
The AHL returns to Atlantic Canada for a two-game visit as Bridgeport takes on Binghamton in Summerside, P.E.I., on Tuesday afternoon and in St. John’s, N.L., on Wednesday night… The Sound Tigers begin the week with a league-leading 21 points (10-3-0-1) and have won six of their last seven, including back-to-back road wins over the Senators on Oct. 31 and Nov. 1… Kurtis McLean picked up a pair of goals in Bridgeport’s 4-1 win over Hershey on Sunday, and now owns a six-game scoring streak (3-6-9)… Jesse Joensuu also scored twice on Sunday, giving him four goals in his last five games… The trip begins a hectic week for the Senators, who will be playing five games in six days beginning Tuesday… Forward Ryan Shannon (4-8-12) and defenseman Brendan Bell (4-5-9) each has points in eight straight games… Cody Bass scored a goal in the Sens’ 5-4 win over Worcester on Saturday, his first point in 11 games this season… Binghamton is 4-1-1-0 on the road this season.
Norfolk gets 12 days to check out the fall foliage in New England as it kicks off a seven-game road swing in Lowell on Tuesday afternoon… The Admirals snapped a seven-game winless slide with a two-game sweep of Rockford over the weekend, with Karri Ramo stopping 52 of 55 shots in the series… Zenon Konopka, who had scored just once in his first 10 games, found the net both Friday and Saturday, and Bracken Kearns also scored both nights for his first two goals of the year… Paul Szczechura continues to lead Norfolk with 15 points (5-10-15), and his plus-6 rating is tied for the team best… Lowell comes in on a five-game losing streak (0-4-1-0), and is 0-3-1-0 against the East Division this season… Rookie forward Alexander Vasyunov scored twice for the Devils in Saturday’s 5-4 overtime loss at Bridgeport, as did forward Patrick Davis, who then made his NHL debut with New Jersey on Sunday… Rookie defenseman Tyler Eckford has dished out five assists in his last five games for Lowell.
Iowa begins a six-game homestand with the first of two against San Antonio on Tuesday night… The Chops have been idle since scoring the final five goals in a 6-2 win at Quad City on Friday… Bobby Ryan (7-7-14), Andrew Ebbett (6-6-12), Joakim Lindstrom (3-8-11) and Drew Miller (5-5-10) – Iowa’s top four scorers on the season – each picked up a goal and an assist in that victory… Josh Green’s shorthanded goal held up as the game-winner, and Ajay Baines added his first goal of the year… Two of T.J. Trevelyan’s three goals this season have come against San Antonio… The Rampage are 0-5-0-1 since a 5-1 win over Iowa on Oct. 25, and have totaled just seven goals during the six-game slide… Rookie Brett MacLean, who led the OHL with 61 goals for Oshawa in 2007-08, paces San Antonio in goals (4, tied with Garth Murray), points (8) and plus/minus rating (+5) through the first dozen games of the season.
(all times Eastern)
Houston @ Grand Rapids, 12:00
Binghamton vs. Bridgeport, 1:00 (at Summerside, P.E.I.)
Springfield @ Worcester, 1:05
Norfolk @ Lowell, 4:00
San Antonio @ Iowa, 8:05
Binghamton vs. Bridgeport, 5:30 (at St. John’s, N.L.)
Syracuse @ Albany, 7:00
Peoria @ Quad City, 8:05
Milwaukee @ Rockford, 8:05
San Antonio @ Iowa, 8:05
Jeff Drouin-Deslauriers made 37 saves to lead Edmonton to a 2-1 win at New Jersey on Sunday, and then stopped 40 of 42 shots in a 3-2 shootout victory over the N.Y. Rangers on Monday… David Booth scored all three Panthers goals in Florida’s 3-1 win over Anaheim on Sunday.
LEST WE FORGET:
3 — American Hockey League players who died during service to their country, according to a list compiled by the Society for International Hockey Research… Dudley “Red” Garrett (Canadian Navy), Mark Maveety (Royal Canadian Air Force) and Joe Turner (U.S. Army) were all killed in action during World War II.