LeNeveu, Rampage hand Wolves first regulation loss

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San Antonio goaltender David LeNeveu turned in a 35-save shutout performance as the Rampage defeated Chicago by a 4-0 final on Sunday at the Allstate Arena. Joey Tenute scored a pair of goals for the Rampage (11-5-1-3), who moved within a point of Chicago for the West Division lead. The Wolves lost in regulation for the first time this season (13-1-1-0).

Tenute tallied his ninth and 10th goals of the season and was plus-3 on the afternoon for the Rampage.

Enver Lisin and Josh Gratton also scored, and all four San Antonio goals came at even strength.

The shutout was LeNeveu’s first whitewash of the season, and the victory increased his record to 2-1-2 on the campaign.

Colin Fraser scored a pair of goals to lead Rockford past Toronto, 5-3, at Ricoh Coliseum.

Jack Skille contributed a goal and an assist for the IceHogs, who also received goals from Kris Versteeg and Martin St. Pierre.

Rockford’s Michael Blunden chipped in with three assists.

The Marlies, who have lost consecutive games for the first time this season, had goals scored by Kris Newbury, Jeremy Williams, and Colin Murphy.

IceHogs goaltender Corey Crawford secured the win with 34 saves on 37 shots.

Kyle Wanvig’s goal at 17:05 of the third period lifted Norfolk to a 2-1 win over Lowell at the Tsongas Arena.

The Admirals’ win snapped a four-game losing skid (0-3-0-1).

Mathieu Darche got Norfolk out to a 1-0 lead with his third of the year at 16:43. Darche then assisted on Wanvig’s goal to finish with a two-point night. He now has 10 points (3-7-10) in his first four games as an Admiral.

The Devils’ lone goal was scored by Barry Tallackson, on the power play at 2:43 of the second period.

Rookie defenseman Michael Sauer scored his first professional goal with just 1:04 remaining in regulation to snap a 3-3 tie and give Hartford a 4-3 win over Portland at the Cumberland County Civic Center.

Pierre-Alexandre Parenteau scored a goal and added an assist against his former team, and Brodie Dupont also had a goal and a helper.

Jake Taylor rounded out the Wolf Pack’s scoring, and Andrew Hutchinson chipped in three assists.

Portland dug itself a 3-1 deficit, but goals by Stephen Dixon and Andrew Ebbett evened the score until Hartford’s Sauer won it.

Springfield used three power play goals to edge past first-place Providence by a 3-2 final at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center.

Patrick Thoresen, Sebastien Bisaillon, and Colin McDonald all scored for the Falcons, who have picked up a standings point in a season-high six straight games (4-0-1-1).

Springfield goaltender Jeff Deslauriers improved his season record to 8-2-0-3 with 29 saves on 31 shots.

Pascal Pelletier and Brett Skinner scored for the Bruins, who lost in regulation for just the second time all season (11-2-1-0).

Jakub Klepis scored a pair of third-period goals to vault Hershey over Albany, 3-2, at the Giant Center.

The Bears, who have won a season-high three consecutive games, received a first-period goal from Joe Motzko.

Pat Dwyer scored both goals for Albany, the second of which was shorthanded at 12:27 of the second period. That goal gave the River Rats a 2-1 lead.

Klepis then scored on the power play at 11:26 of the third period and tallied the even strength game-winner at 14:34.

Bears goaltender Frederic Cassivi made 29 saves in the win.

Jeff Glass made 28 saves to post his first shutout of the season, and Binghamton received goals from three different players in a 3-0 win over Wilkes-Barre/Scranton.

Lawrence Nycholat, Denis Hamel, and Justin Mapletoft scored for the Senators.

Nicholat’s goal came just 22 seconds into the second period, and Hamel followed that with an unassisted, shorthanded tally at 7:55.

Mapletoft added an empty-net goal in the game’s final minute.

The shutout improved Glass’ season record to 5-4-0, and it also snapped Binghamton’s five-game losing streak.

Manitoba used a four-goal outburst in the second period to defeat Lake Erie by a 4-2 score at the Quicken Loans Arena.

The Moose outshot the Monsters 16-4 in the second stanza and received goals from Danny Groulx, Alexandre Bolduc, Mason Raymond, and Michael Grabner.

Bolduc added an assist for a multiple-point night, Jason Jaffray posted two helpers, and goaltender Cory Schneider made 16 saves in the victory.

Lake Erie both opened and closed the game’s scoring. T.J. Hensick netted a goal in the first period, and Dan DaSilva scored in the third.