Marlies edge Stars, snap three-game slide

Tuesday’s AHL Boxscores

Toronto scored a pair of second-period goals and held on for a 2-1 win over host Iowa on Tuesday at the Wells Fargo Arena.

Jeremy Williams tallied the eventual game-winning goal at 18:21 of the second period, and 2008 Canadian AHL All-Star Derrick Walser also scored for the Marlies, who won for the first time on an eight-game road swing (1-3-0-0).

After a scoreless first period, Walser netted his 11th goal of the season unassisted at 10:54 of the second.

Williams made it 2-0 at 18:21, with assists going to Bates Battaglia and Kris Newbury.

Iowa defenseman Nolan Baumgartner cut the lead in half with a power play marker at 8:38 of the third period, but the Stars couldn’t get the equalizer.

Des Moines native Scott Clemmensen picked up the win with 21 saves for the Marlies.

Mike Glumac and Nikolay Lemtyugov scored a pair of goals apiece as Peoria rolled on with a 7-2 win over host Hamilton at the Copps Coliseum.

Jeff Woywitka, Nicholas Drazenovic, and Martin Kariya also scored for the Rivermen, and Jean-Guy Trudel chipped in with three assists.

Making just his second AHL start of the season, Peoria goaltender Hannu Toivonen secured the win with 21 saves on 23 shots.

Peoria extended its winning streak to seven games, including four straight on the road.

Corey Locke and Matt D’Agostini netted goals for the Bulldogs.

Chris Durno tallied a shorthanded goal in the final second of regulation to give San Antonio a 3-2 win over visiting Manitoba at the AT&T Center.

Ryan Caldwell assisted on the dramatic goal, which moved the Rampage to 5-1-0-0 in their last six games.

San Antonio’s Matt Murley and Bill Thomas scored in the first period, and goaltender Josh Tordjman earned the win with 18 saves.

Juraj Simek and Mason Raymond netted goals for the Moose, who went 0-4-0-0 on a four-game swing through Texas.