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MacIntyre shuts down Rivermen for second time

Drew MacIntyre stopped all 33 shots faced to record his first shutout of the season as the Moose took down Peoria by a score of 3-0 at the MTS Centre on Sunday and sweeping the weekend series against the Rivermen.

MacIntyre has won his last two starts for Manitoba, allowing just one goal in that span, and stopping 62 of 63 shots for a .984 save percentage.

Jason Jaffray, J.J. Hunter and Nathan Smith tallied goals while Brad Moran added two helpers for Manitoba, who won their second-straight game over Peoria on the weekend.

Andrew Ebbett scored a pair of goals and added an assist as the B-Sens used four unanswered goals to defeat the Marlies by a score of 4-2 at the Ricoh Coliseum.

Danny Bois scored a goal and an assist as Josh Hennessy had two assists on night while Jeff Glass recorded his second-straight win for Binghamton by stopping 23 shots on the night.

Kris Newbury and defenseman Chris Harrington got the Marlies on the board early with two power-play goals to start the night and give Toronto a 2-0 lead before falling to the Senators.

Providence scored in all three shootout attempts to end a three-game winless skid and defeat the Worcester Sharks by a score of 3-2.

Ben Walter and T.J. Trevelyan provided the goals while Yan Stastny added two assists for the P-Bruins, who have played five one-goal games in the last six tilts.

Hannu Toivonen stopped 27 of 29 shots and all three skaters in the shootout for Providence while opposing netminder Nolan Schaefer made 30 saves in the loss.

Jaroslav Halak stopped all 23 shots for the Bulldogs in their 2-0 win at Syracuse, ending the Crunch’s three-game winning streak. Halak posted his league-leading fifth shutout of the year as Hamilton improved to 1-1-0-0 on its current six-game road trip.

Mikhail Grabovski scored the eventual game winner for Hamilton while Andrei Kostitsyn had an empty-net goal and an assist for the Bulldogs.

Ty Conklin stopped 26 of 27 shots in a losing effort for Syracuse.

Alexandre Giroux and Chris Bourque each had a pair of goals, including both goals in the third period to give the Hershey Bears a 4-1 win at home against the Norfolk Admirals and move into first place in the East Division.

Tomas Fleischmann recorded two assists and netminder Frederic Cassivi stopped 41 of 42 shots for Hershey, who scored all four goals on special teams (3ppg, 1shg).

David Bolland scored the lone goal for the Admirals while goaltender Corey Crawford made 38 saves in the loss.