Tordjman, making his third career AHL start, stopped all 20 shots he faced in the second period and 21 of 22 in the third.
The 21-year-old Montreal native is in his first season out of junior hockey. He led Moncton (QMJHL) to the Memorial Cup championship game in 2006.
MANITOBA 5, HAMILTON 4
Brad Moran’s goal with 9:55 left in regulation gave Manitoba its first lead of the game and the Moose held on for a 5-4 win over Hamilton at Copps Coliseum.
The goal, his seventh of the season, capped a four-point night for Moran as Manitoba rallied from four separate one-goal deficits.
The victory moved Manitoba one point ahead of Hamilton and into second place in the North Division.
NORFOLK 3, MANCHESTER 2 (OT)
Norfolk ran its home winning streak to 10 games in dramatic fashion, as Brandon Bochenski scored 58 seconds into overtime to give the Admirals a 3-2 win over visiting Manchester.
It was the fifth straight victory overall for Norfolk, which sits at 13-2-1-1 for the season.
Bochenski finished the night with a goal and an assist, giving him 10 points in the last four games. Martin St. Pierre extended his scoring streak to 11 games (4g, 16a) with a goal and an assist, and Corey Crawford made 21 saves for his AHL-leading 11th win of the year.
IOWA 3, MILWAUKEE 2
Vojtech Polak scored with 4:39 left in regulation, sending Iowa to a 3-2 win over Milwaukee at the Bradley Center.
It was the fourth straight loss for the Admirals, who will play their next 10 games away from home.