Christensen scored twice with the man advantage, his eighth and ninth goals of the season. He ranks third in the league in scoring with 19 points in 12 games.
Al Montoya made 32 saves in the loss for the Wolf Pack.
SAN ANTONIO 6, MANCHESTER 3
Daniel Winnik scored twice and San Antonio recorded four special-teams goals as the Rampage doubled up Manchester, 6-3.
Winnik was making his return to New Hampshire, where he starred for the past three seasons at UNH.
Yanick Lehoux, the ex-Monarch who entered the game as the Rampage’s leading scorer, was held to one assist in his return to the Verizon Wireless Arena, but San Antonio was led by Winnik’s first career two-goal game, and Pascal Rheaume and Jeff Taffe with a goal and an assist each.
Patrick O’Sullivan picked up a goal and an assist for the Monarchs.
MANITOBA 2, GRAND RAPIDS 1
For the second night in a row, Manitoba got a third-period power-play goal to earn a 2-1 win over visiting Grand Rapids.
Jason Jaffray was the hero on Wednesday, finding the net 64 seconds into the final frame for his 10th goal of the season.
Matt Hussey’s shorthanded goal was the only offense for Grand Rapids on the night.