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Callahan extends streak, sends Wolf Pack to win

Ryan Callahan’s goal with 26.6 seconds left in regulation gave Hartford a 3-2 win over Philadelphia at the Hartford Civic Center on Wednesday night.

Callahan, who scored a goal for the seventh straight game, stole the puck at the offensive blue line, got around two Phantoms defenders and beat goaltender Rejean Beauchemin for his 18th goal of the season, good for second among AHL rookies.

Callahan and Brandon Dubinsky finished with a goal and an assist each for the Wolf Pack, who have won six of their last seven.

Dane Byers also scored as Hartford erased a 2-0 deficit en route to the win.

Darren Reid and Eric Meloche scored for Philadelphia and Scott Munroe stopped 36 of 38 shots before leaving the game with an injury at the 11:54 mark of the third period.

Josh Langfeld scored once in regulation and once in the shootout to help Grand Rapids to a 2-1 win in Milwaukee.

Kip Miller also scored in the shootout and Jimmy Howard stopped four of five attempts after making 33 saves in regulation and overtime.

Former Griffin Sheldon Brookbank scored the Admirals’ lone goal, his seventh of the year.

Drew MacIntyre made 35 saves for his third straight win, leading Manitoba to a 4-1 win over Houston at the Toyota Center.

MacIntyre has stopped 97 of 99 shots in those three victories.

Nathan Smith led the Moose offense with a goal and an assist, one of 10 Manitoba players to find the scoresheet in the game. Maxime Fortunus, Adam Keefe and Dustin Wood also scored for the Moose.

Erik Reitz scored for the Aeros, who are winless in their last five (0-3-0-2).