Sunday roundup: Phantoms double up ‘Tigers

Sunday’s AHL Boxscores

Adirondack rebounded from an early 1-0 deficit to double up host Bridgeport by a 4-2 final on Sunday at the Arena at Harbor Yard.

Jared Ross and Krys Kolanos each tallied a goal and an assist for the Phantoms, while Jon Matsumoto and Jason Ward scored once apiece. Kolanos’s goal went into an empty Bridgeport net to seal the victory with 20 seconds remaining.

Adirondack goaltender Brian Boucher picked up the win in his season debut with 29 saves on 31 shots.

Dustin Kohn and Greg Moore netted power play goals for the Sound Tigers, who dropped consecutive home games over the weekend after winning four straight overall to begin the season.

San Antonio registered its second consecutive seven-goal performance against Grand Rapids en route to a 7-2 win on Sunday at the AT&T Center. Kyle Turris led the way with two goals and an assist for the Rampage, who improved to 6-1-1-0 for an AHL-best 13 points.

A night after scoring six times on Grand Rapids in the first period of a 7-4 win, the Rampage struck for five second-period goals on Sunday.

Chad Kolarik, Brett MacLean, Jeff Hoggan, Turris, and Joel Perrault each tallied second-period goals for San Antonio. Turris and MacLean added power play markers in the third frame.

Perrault (1-1-2), Hoggan (1-1-2), Kolarik (1-1-2), and Mikkel Boedker (0-3-3) joined Turris with multiple-point efforts, and Rampage goaltender Al Montoya stopped 30 of 32 shots in the win.

Prior to the last two nights, San Antonio had not scored seven goals in a game since a 7-0 win over Milwaukee on Nov. 24, 2007.

Andy Delmore and Jan Mursak potted goals for the Griffins, who dropped to 1-4-0-0 on the campaign.

Manchester used a potent power play attack to cruise past visiting Springfield by a 6-1 count on Sunday at the Verizon Wireless Arena.

Scott Parse led the way with a goal and two assists for the Monarchs, who grabbed a 3-0 lead after the first period and a 5-0 edge after two frames.

Rookie center Andrei Loktionov posted a goal and an assist, and Manchester also received tallies from Bud Holloway, Corey Elkins, Juraj Mikus, and David Meckler.

Brandon Segal (0-3-3) and Justin Azevedo (0-2-2) each registered multiple assists in the victory, and Monarchs goaltender Jeff Zatkoff made 21 saves in net.

Manchester finished 4-for-6 on the power play and moved atop the Atlantic Division at 5-2-0-0 (10 pts.) in the early going.

Chris Minard put the Falcons on the board with a power play score at 13:59 of the third period.

Providence scored a season-high seven goals en route to a 7-2 win over visiting Portland on Sunday at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center.

Vladimir Sobotka and defenseman Andy Wozniewski each racked up two goals and two assists for the Bruins. Providence scored six straight times after falling into a 1-0 hole on a Cody McCormick goal three minutes into the contest.

Brad Marchand and Adam McQuaid posted a goal and an assist in the victory, and Kirk MacDonald rounded out the Bruins’ scoring. The B’s finished 4-for-10 on the power play and are now 14-for-45 (31.1 percent) for the season.

Zach Hamill chipped in two assists, and goaltender Dany Sabourin made 23 saves as Providence improved to 4-2-0-0 on the young campaign.

Rookie Tyler Ennis also scored for the Pirates, who fell to 2-5-0-0 in the early going.

Second-year pro Andrew Desjardins tallied two goals and an assist as Worcester took a 5-3 win over visiting Albany at the DCU Center.

Jamie McGinn registered a goal and an assist for the Sharks, while T.J. Trevelyan and Logan Couture also found the back of the net. John McCarthy chipped in a pair of assists in the winning effort.

Goaltender Alex Stalock earned the victory with 22 saves for Worcester, which rebounded from a 7-5 loss to Lowell in its home opener on Saturday night.

Albany captain Pat Dwyer notched a pair of goals in the loss, and defenseman Jamie McBain also scored for the River Rats.