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Chicago trio charges to top of scoring lead in win

The top scoring line in the league became the top three scoring leaders in the league as Jason Krog led the way recording two goals and an assist in the Wolves’ 5-4 win at Allstate Arena on Saturday night.

Krog’s linemates, Darren Haydar and Brett Sterling each registered two assists in the contest while Jordan LaVallee scored a pair of goals as Chicago put up 60 shots on the night.

Krog leads the league with 47 points and is tied for the league lead with 19 goals, while Haydar leads the league with 30 assists and is second in scoring with 44 points. Sterling ranks third in the league with 34 points (18g, 14a).

Yanick Lehoux scored a pair of goals and Donald MacLean and Pascal Rheaume also tallied for the Rampage while netminder David LeNeveu made 55 saves in a losing effort.

Craig Weller and Dwight Helminen each tallied a goal and an assist while goaltender Stephen Valiquette turned away 26 shots for his first shutout on the season as the Wolf Pack defeated Manchester 3-0 at home.

Jarkko Immonen and Dane Byers also had an assist in the win for Hartford.

Monarchs’ goaltender Jason LaBarbera made 29 saves in a losing effort.

Eric Himelfarb tallied a goal and two assists and recorded a plus-3 rating as the Griffins posted their second-straight win over the Amerks by a score of 4-1 at Van Andel Arena.

Kip Miller registered two assists while Brendan Brooks, Darryl Bootland and defenseman Danny Syvret scored for Grand Rapids while Jimmy Howard made 28 saves in the contest.

Rochester defenseman Mark Mancari scored the lone goal in the Amerks loss.

Curtis McElhinney stopped all 27 shots for his second shutout of the year in the Knights’ 4-0 win at home over Houston.

Carsen Germyn led Omaha with a goal and an assist while Warren Peters, Brandon Prust and David Van der Gulik also provided the tallies on the night.

A three-point night from center Alexandre Giroux helped the Bears to a 5-2 win at home over Manitoba. Giroux, who has four multiple-point games in his last seven, had a goal and two assists and also posted a plus-4 in the contest.

Kyle Wilson scored a pair of goals and Quintin Laing recorded a goal and an assist while Bears’ netminder Frederic Cassivi stopped 33 of 35 shots.

Brad Moran and defenseman Joe Rullier tallied for the Moose in the loss.

Charles Linglet scored a pair of goals and Mike Glumac had a pair of assists for the Rivermen in their 3-1 win at Iowa.

Konstantin Zakharov registered the other goal for Peoria, who are winners of four straight games, while Marek Schwarz stopped 25 of 26 shots.

Defenseman Marty Wilford scored the lone goal for the Stars.

Michael Blunden and defenseman Cam Barker had a goal and an assist for the Admirals, who began the game scoring the first three goals, in their 4-2 win at home over the Sharks.

Troy Brouwer and defenseman Jordan Hendry registered two assists each as goaltender Corey Crawford stopped 29 of 31 shots for Norfolk.

Riley Armstrong had a pair of goals and defenseman Garrett Stafford had two assists in the loss by Worcester.

Zdenek Blatny scored in the eighth round of the shootout to give the Falcons a 3-2 win at home over the Providence Bruins.

Jonathan Boutin back-stopped the Falcons to their second-straight 3-2 win, stopping 29 of 31 shots in the game while teammates Norm Milley and Andy Delmore provided the Springfield goals.

Kris Versteeg and T.J. Trevelyan scored for the P-Bruins and Philippe Sauve stopped 29 shots in a losing effort.

Four different players tallied for the Crunch and defenseman Ryan Caldwell registered a pair of assists for a 4-2 win at the Ricoh Coliseum.

Adam Pineault, Joe Motzko, who also added an assist, Derrick Walser and Janne Hauhtonen provided goals for Syracuse, who are 2-2-0 on their five-game road trip, while Tomas Popperle made 23 saves in the win.

Alex Foster, who tallied for the third straight game, and defenseman Chris Harrington scored for the Marlies.

Kyle Brodziak scored with 30 seconds left in regulation to give the baby Penguins a 2-1 win at Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena in Binghamton.

Daniel Carcillo had the other goal while defenseman Matt Carkner registered an assist and a plus-2 rating in the contest.

Jeff Deslauriers stopped 32 of 33 shots in the contest, giving him his sixth straight win and improving his record to 10-2-0 on the season.

Danny Bois scored the lone Binghamton goal in the loss.

Jeremy Colliton tallied a short hand game-winning goal at 1:26 into overtime giving the Sound Tigers a 3-2 win at Lowell.

Defensemen Chris Campoli and Allan Rourke provided the other goals for Bridgeport while netminder Wade Dubielewicz made 34 saves in the contest.

Tuomas Pihlman and Petr Vrana scored for the Devils and defenseman Andy Greene registered an assist and was a plus-2 in the contest.

After letting up an early goal, the Pirates scored three unanswered goals in a 3-1 win at home against the Albany River Rats.

Bjorn Melin and defensemen Bruno St. Jacques and Kent Huskins provided the tallies for the Pirates while netminder Mike Wall stopped 28 of 29 shots earning his second-straight win and improving his record to 6-1-1 on the year.

Curtis Glencross and Pierre Parenteau added two assists each for Portland.

Pat Dwyer scored the lone goal for the Rats.