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Murley nets OT winner as Rampage rally past Monsters

San Antonio erased a 3-1 deficit with a pair of goals in a 1:31 span during the third period, and Matt Murley (pictured) completed the comeback with the game-winner just 42 seconds into overtime as the visiting Rampage dropped Lake Erie by a 4-3 final on Thursday at the Quicken Loans Arena.

San Antonio moved to 4-0-1-0 on a 14-game road swing.

Lake Erie’s Philippe Dupuis scored at 9:11 of the third stanza, giving the Monsters a 3-1 advantage.

But Rampage forward Jon DiSalvatore netted his second goal in as many games at 10:01, and teammate Chris Durno tallied the equalizer at 11:32.

Murley’s overtime game-winner came on the power play. Each team went 2-for-5 on the man advantage.

Travis Roche also scored for the Rampage and added a pair of assists for a game-high three points.

San Antonio goaltender Josh Tordjman secured the win with 24 saves on 27 shots.

Wyatt Smith and David Jones rounded out the Monsters’ scoring in the losing effort.

Peoria scored twice in a 33-second span in the second period on its way to a 4-1 win over visiting Grand Rapids at Carver Arena.

The Rivermen secured their fourth straight win and 13th in their last 15 outings (13-2-0-0).

Julian Talbot factored into three of the goals for Peoria, scoring once and posting two helpers. Martin Kariya had a pair of goals, and Steve Wagner also lit the lamp.

Peoria leading scorer Charles Linglet contributed three assists in the win.

Rivermen goaltender Marek Schwarz made 28 saves and moved to 20-13-0 on the season.

Carl Corazzini netted the Griffins’ lone goal, which initially gave them a 1-0 lead in the first period.