Lindstrom leads Crunch past Moose, 6-4

Friday’s AHL boxscores

Joakim Lindstrom’s second goal and fourth point of the night snapped a tie with 3:54 left in regulation and propelled Syracuse to a 6-4 win over Manitoba at the Onondaga County War Memorial on Friday night.

Aaron Rome had a goal and an assist and Andrei Plekhanov, Adam Pineault and Andrew Murray also scored for the Crunch, who rallied from an early two-goal deficit to end the Moose’s five-game winning streak.

Just activated from injured reserve by the parent Columbus Blue Jackets, Alexandre Picard recorded two assists in his season debut for Syracuse.

Jason Jaffray scored three times for Manitoba, marking the second straight game in which a Moose player has recorded a hat trick.

Julian Talbot scored three times and Micki DuPont and Martin Kariya recorded three assists apiece as Peoria handed Chicago a 7-3 defeat at Carver Arena on Friday.

Talbot, who also had an assist for a four-point night, has scored five of his seven goals this season against the Wolves.

Jean-Guy Trudel and Mike Glumac had a goal and an assist each for the Rivermen, who snapped a three-game losing streak and handed the Wolves their first regulation loss on the road this season (8-1-1-0).

Charles Linglet and Ryan Reaves also scored for Peoria and Chris Beckford-Tseu stopped 15 of 18 shots.

Brett Sterling picked up a pair of goals for Chicago, which was outshot 50-18 for the game.

David Van der Gulik scored twice in the first period and added an assist to help Quad City to a 5-3 win at Rockford.

Warren Peters registered a goal and two assists and Adam Cracknell and Brett Sutter also scored for the Flames, who have won four straight and seven of eight.

The IceHogs lost for the first time in regulation on home ice (3-1-0-1). Troy Brouwer scored twice and Prestin Ryan had one for Rockford.

Steve Kelly and Paul Albers had a goal and an assist each in Houston’s 4-1 win over Milwaukee.

Kelly now has five points in three games after being held scoreless in his first seven contests of the season.

Adrian Foster and Marco Rosa also scored and Barry Brust made 16 saves for the Aeros, who were 3-for-6 on the power play.

Antti Pihlstrom provided the lone goal for the Admirals.

Ryan Bayda had two goals and an assist in his return to the Albany lineup as the River Rats blanked Lowell, 3-0, at Tsongas Arena on Friday night.

Bayda, who has been with the NHL’s Carolina Hurricanes for the last two weeks, set up Mark Flood’s goal in the first period before scoring twice in the third.

Kevin Nastiuk made 16 saves in the first period and Michael Leighton stopped 14 shots the rest of the way to combine for the Rats’ fifth shutout of the season.

Jakub Petruzalek notched two assists as Albany snapped a three-game road losing streak.

Andrew Joudrey scored the tiebreaking goal with 13:49 left in regulation to give Hershey a 2-1 win over Philadelphia before 11,556 fans at the Wachovia Center on Friday night.

The Bears’ win came in Bob Woods’ debut as head coach and just hours after the parent Washington Capitals defeated the Philadelphia Flyers in the same building.

Grant Potulny also scored and Patrick McNeill registered two assists as the Bears won their fifth in a row. Frederic Cassivi stopped 32 of 33 shots in the victory.

Alexandre Picard scored the only goal for the Phantoms, who have lost three of four since their 13-1-1-0 start to the season.

The teams head west for the back end of their home-and-home series in Hershey on Saturday.

Dimitri Patzold made 28 saves for his first win of the season as Worcester ended a three-game slide with a 3-1 win in Manchester.

Patzold, on a conditioning assignment from the parent San Jose Sharks, stopped all 19 shots he faced over the first two periods as Worcester built a 2-0 lead on goals by T.J. Fox and Derek Joslin.

Peter Harrold cut the deficit in half with a 5-on-3 power-play goal midway through the third period, but Ashton Rome capped the win with his third goal of the year just over four minutes later.

Dan Cloutier made 17 saves in the loss as the Monarchs fell for the fifth time in their last six contests.

Jeff Hoggan’s shorthanded goal with 9:11 remaining in the third period proved to be the difference as Providence improved to 13-2-1-0 on the season with a 3-2 win over visiting Portland.

T.J. Trevelyan and Nate Thompson also scored for the Bruins, while Mike Brown made 22 saves to move to 4-0-0 on the season.

Bobby Ryan and Geoff Platt had a goal and an assist each for the Pirates, who are 1-2-0-1 against the B’s this season. Platt now has nine points in five games since joining Portland.

Binghamton withstood a steady stream of penalty kills and got 36 saves from Jeff Glass in a 3-1 win at Wilkes-Barre/Scranton.

The Senators were 11-for-12 and got a shorthanded goal from Geoff Waugh, while Tyler Donati chipped in with a goal and an assist and Josh Hennessy recorded two assists.

Binghamton’s third straight win kept them tied for second place in the East Division.

Chris Minard scored the only goal for the Penguins, his fourth of the season and first since potting an opening-night hat trick on Oct. 3.

Rob Klinkhammer scored his first career AHL goal and added two assists during a four-goal first period as Norfolk won its third in a row, 4-2 over Springfield at Scope.

Chris Lawrence had a goal and an assist and Karl Stewart and Jeff Campbell also scored for the Admirals, who have nine first-period goals in their last two games.

Former Falcons goaltender Jonathan Boutin made 30 saves to get the win for Norfolk and snap Springfield’s seven-game points streak (5-0-1-1).

Patrick Thoresen and Tim Sestito scored for the Falcons, both on assists from Rob Schremp and Danny Syvret.

Marty Sertich and Toby Petersen as Iowa kept Grand Rapids winless at home this season with a 3-2 win at Van Andel Arena on Friday.

Sertich also had two assists in regulation, setting up goals by Junior Lessard and Janos Vas. Tobias Stephan made 38 saves before holding back all four Griffins attempts in the shootout.

Mark Hartigan scored twice for Grand Rapids, which fell to 0-7-0-1 on home ice and saw its overall winless streak hit 10 games

Nigel Dawes recorded two goals and two assists to lead Hartford to a 5-3 win over host Bridgeport at the Arena at Harbor Yard.

Dawes’s four-point night gave the Wolf Pack their seventh victory in nine outings and made a winner out of Miika Wiikman, who had 28 saves.

Thomas Pock had a goal and two assists, Andrew Hutchinson recorded a goal and an assist and rookie Brodie Dupont scored shorthanded for Hartford.

Ben Walter led the Sound Tigers with a goal and an assist, but Bridgeport still dropped its third straight decision.

Mathieu Carle snapped a scoreless tie 2:39 into the third period and Jaroslav Halak finished with 25 saves as Hamilton shut out Toronto, 3-0, at Copps Coliseum.

Greg Stewart also scored, Sergei Kostitsyn had an empty-net goal and an assist and Maxim Lapierre recorded two assist to help the Bulldogs to their third straight win.

Halak’s shutout was his first this season and the 10th of his AHL career.

Scott Clemmensen stopped 25 of 27 shots but still lost his second straight decision after an 8-0-0 start to the season.

Peter Aston’s first AHL goal stood up as the game-winner as Rochester took a 3-2 win from Lake Erie on Friday night.

Aston and Anthony Stewart each finished with a goal and an assist for the Americans and Adam Dennis made 17 saves to improve to 8-5-1 on the season.

Dylan Hunter also scored for Rochester, picking up his 13th point in his last 11 games.

Eric Healey and Matt Hussey picked up the goals for the Monsters.