SYRACUSE 6, MANITOBA 3
Rookie Nikita Filatov tallied two goals and an assist to lead Syracuse to a 6-3 win over Manitoba on Saturday before 5,729 fans at the Onondaga County War Memorial.
Rome then tied it for the Crunch at 2:19 of third period, followed by goals from Dorsett, Filatov, and Frischmon, the latter of which went into an empty net.
Crunch goaltender Dan LaCosta earned the win with 23 saves on 26 shots.
PROVIDENCE 4, ALABNY 3 (OT)
Vladimir Sobotka scored 39 seconds into overtime to give Providence a 4-3 road win over Albany at the Times Union Center.
Bruins goaltender Kevin Regan earned the win with 14 saves on 17 shots.
BRIDGEPORT 5, LOWELL 4 (OT)
Mark Wotton’s first goal of the season came 1:12 into overtime to give Bridgeport a 5-4 win over Lowell at the Arena at Harbor Yard.
HAMILTON 5, TORONTO 2
Kyle Chipchura netted a pair of goals to lead Hamilton over Toronto by a 5-2 final at Copps Coliseum.
Bulldogs goaltender Marc Denis earned the win with 22 saves on 24 shots.
HARTFORD 4, SPRINGFIELD 3 (OT)
Lauri Korpikoski’s goal 4:55 into overtime capped a hat trick and sent Hartford to a 4-3 win over Springfield at the XL Center.
Korpikoski also scored in the second and third periods for the Wolf Pack, who also received a goal from Greg Moore.
Hartford goaltender Miika Wiikman earned the win with 31 saves on 34 shots.
PORTLAND 5, PHILADELPHIA 3
Mathieu Darche netted a pair of third-period goals to lead Portland over Philadelphia by a 5-3 final at the Cumberland County Civic Center.
Portland goaltender Jhonas Enroth earned the victory with 16 saves in net.
QUAD CITY 5, SAN ANTONIO 1
Quad City scored three power play goals in a 5-1 road victory over San Antonio at the AT&T Center.
Jeff Hoggan tallied the lone goal for the Rampage, who are on an 0-4-0-1 skid.
PEORIA 5, GRAND RAPIDS 3
Peoria rallied to score four unanswered goals for a 5-3 win over visiting Grand Rapids at Carver Arena.
Tyson Strachan scored the game-winner 11:58 into the third period for the Rivermen, who got a pair of assists from Andy Wozniewski. Strachan (1-1-2) and Jonas Junland (1-1-2) also had multiple-point performances for Peoria.
Ryan Oulahen converted on a penalty shot midway through the second period for the Griffins, giving them a 3-1 lead at the time.
ROCHESTER 3, HOUSTON 2
All the scoring came in the third period as Rochester snapped its five-game losing skid with a 3-2 victory over visiting Houston at the Blue Cross Arena.
Stefan Meyer, Kenndal McArdle and Shawn Matthias each had goals to help the Americans build a 3-0 lead. The Aeros made it close late with goals from John Lammers and Bryan Lundbohm in the final three minutes.
Chris Beckford-Tseu made 17 saves to get the win for Rochester.
Houston, which is 2-4-0-0 on the road, continues its five-game swing through the North Division with a game at Syracuse on Sunday.
NORFOLK 3, ROCKFORD 1
The Admirals won back-to-back games for the first time this season with a two-game weekend sweep of Rockford at the Scope.
After winning 5-2 Friday to end a seven-game winless slide, Norfolk scored three unanswered third-period goals Saturday for a 3-1 victory.
Pascal Pelletier scored 2:33 into the first period for the IceHogs, who have lost five straight games after starting the season 7-1-0-0.
WILKES-BARRE/SCRANTON 4, HERSHEY 3
The Penguins built a three-goal lead and held off visiting Hershey for a 4-3 victory before 7,161 at Wachovia Arena at Casey Plaza.
The Bears got three points (2-1-3) from Chris Wilson, who scored a power play goal 1:02 into the third period to cut the Bears’ deficit to 4-3.
John Curry stopped 29 of 32 shots in goal for the Penguins, who are in the midst of a stretch in which they play five of six games at home.
BINGHAMTON 5, WORCESTER 4
Binghamton withstood a furious third-period rally by visiting Worcester to win 5-4 at Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena.
The Sharks scored three third-period goals and outshot the Senators 24-5 in the third period, but it wasn’t enough to overtake Binghamton, which scored the first five goals of the game.
Riley Armstrong, who had two goals and an assist for the Sharks, made it a one-goal game with a power-play tally 15:21 into the third period.
All but two of the game’s nine goals were scored with the man advantage. Binghamton went 4-for-5 and Worcester finished 3-for-8.