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Shootout determines goaltending duel in Houston

Both Josh Harding and Curtis McElhinney refused to let up a goal in regulation and overtime as each netminder earned a shutout on Thursday night while Carsen Germyn and Andrei Taratukhin recorded a shootout goal each to lift Omaha to a 1-0 win at the Toyota Center. The Knights have now won three-straight games over Houston outscoring them 8-0.

Harding made 26 saves on the night, while his counterpart McElhinney, who posted his second-straight shutout over the Aeros, stopped all 29 shots faced in the contest and 4 of 5 shooters in the shootout to secure the win for the Ak-Sar-Ben Knights.

Roman Voloshenko was the only skater on the night to find the back of the net for Houston, scoring in the first round of the shootout.

Five different players registered goals for the Admirals, who used three unanswered goals in the third period to defeat the Rampage by a score of 5-3 at the AT&T Center.

Jason Guerriero had a goal and an assist while teammates Kevin Baker and Rich Peverley each recorded two assists for Milwaukee, who are winners of three straight.

Randall Gelech had a pair of goals for the Rampage while Pascal Rheaume provided the other tally.