Milwaukee defeats Griffins in offensive duel

Jason Guerriero had two goals and an assist while teammates Cal O’Reilly and Sheldon Brookbank each had three assists in the Admirals’ 8-5 win at home against the Griffins on Sunday night.

Ramzi Abid and defenseman Kevin Klein each had a goal and an assist for the Admirals, who are unbeaten in regulation in the past eight games, going 6-0-0-2.

Karl Goehring came in relief in the first period and stopped 22 of 24 shots for Milwaukee, who went 4-for-6 on the man advantage in the contest.

Darryl Bootland had two goals while Brendan Brooks had three assists and defenseman Derek Meech had a goal and assist in the Griffins loss.

Chris Minard led the Devils with a pair of goals and an assist as Lowell handed the Bruins their third straight loss with a 3-2 win at home.

Justin Papineau had a goal and an assist for his third multi-point game in the last six tilts for the Devils while netminder Jordan Parise made 34 saves for his sixth win on the year and first since Nov. 29.

Martins Karsums and Ben Walter each recorded a goal and an assist in the loss for the P-Bruins, who kicked off the first game of an eight-game road trip.

Patrick O’Sullivan single-handedly defeated the Wolf Pack, registering both goals in the Monarchs’ 2-1 win over Hartford at the Verizon Wireless Center. O’Sullivan, who won the Dudley (Red) Garrett Memorial Award as the league’s top rookie last year, scored the game-winner on the power play with :41 seconds left in the game.

Jason LaBarbera stopped 29 of 30 shots to give the Manchester its second-straight win by one goal.

Brandon Dubinsky recorded the only goal for Hartford who played its fourth-straight one-goal game.

Pierre Parenteau had two goals and Zenon Konopka scored the game-clinching goal in the shootout to give the Pirates’ a 5-4 win at home over the Springfield Falcons.

Eric Healey had a pair of goals and an assist while teammate Daniel Corso recorded a season-high four assists in the loss for the Falcons, who forced overtime and gained a point in the standing with a goal from Marek Kvapil with one second left in the game.

Nathan Marsters stopped 28 shots and 4 of 5 players in the shootout to give the Pirates the win and handing Springfield its first shootout loss of the season.

A pair of third period goals helped the Admirals to a 3-1 win and their third-straight victory to cap a six-game road trip in which they went 4-1-1-0.

Brandon Bochenski extended his scoring streak to ten games, where he has scored multiple points in four straight games, by registering a pair of goals in the win while netminder Corey Crawford stopped 32 of 33 shots for the Admirals.

Defenseman Allan Rourke recorded the lone goal for Bridgeport in the loss.

Trent Whitfield scored the game winner on the power play with 2:02 left in the third period to give the Rivermen a 3-2 win at home against the Iowa Stars.

Roman Polak and Peter Sejna also provided goals for Peoria, who went 3-for-4 on the power-play, while goaltender Marek Schwarz stopped 20 of 22 shots to give the Rivermen their second-straight win.

Vojtech Polak and Chris Conner scored for Iowa in a losing effort.

Rookie Tim Wallace scored what proved to be the game winner for the Penguins at 4:42 of the second period as Wilkes-Barre/Scranton defeated the Crunch by a scored of 3-2 at Syracuse.

Daniel Carcillo and Kurtis McLean also tallied for the Baby-Pens as netminder Andrew Penner made 33 saves against his former club for his third-straight win.

Joe Motzko, who leads the Crunch with 24 points (8g, 16a), and Mark Hartigan provided goals in the Syracuse loss.

Triston Grant and Boyd Kane each had a pair of goals as the Phantoms defeated the Toronto Marlies by a score of 5-3 at home and ended a five-game losing streak for Philadelphia.

Petr Nedved registered three assists and teammates Frederik Cabana and Denis Tolpeko each had a pair of assists while Scott Munroe made 40 saves for the Phantoms, who went 3-for-4 on the power play.

Kris Newbury, Brett Engelhardt and Jeff Corey all scored for the Marlies who suffered their first loss on their five-game road trip.

Yanick Lehoux had a pair of goals and Donald MacLean scored the game-winning goal in overtime to cap a Rampage comeback as they defeated the visiting Manitoba Moose by a score of 4-3.

Lehoux scored with 1:13 seconds left in the third period to force overtime where MacLean found the back of the net for his ninth goal of the year giving San Antonio the victory.

Jannik Hansen, Brandon Reid and defenseman Alex Edler registered goals for Manitoba in a losing effort.