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Tordjman makes 55 saves in Rampage win

Josh Tordjman made 55 saves and Bill Thomas and Yanick Lehoux scored goals 16 seconds apart in the third period, leading San Antonio to a 4-2 win over Houston at the AT&T Center on Tuesday night.

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.

Lehoux and Daniel Winnik finished the night with a goal and an assist each and Randall Gelech also scored for the Rampage.

Ben Thomson and Danny Irmen each picked up a goal and an assist for the Aeros.


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.

Jesse Schultz, Jason Jaffray and Lee Goren each had a goal and an assist and Nathan Smith also scored for the Moose.

Duncan Milroy recorded a hat trick for the Bulldogs, and Mikhail Grabovski tallied three assists.

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.

Matt Moulson and Joey Mormina scored for the Monarchs, who have gone to overtime in eight of their 18 games this season (3-5).


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.

Krys Barch had a goal and an assist and Marty Sertich added a goal for the Stars, who closed to within three points of co-leaders Chicago and Omaha in the West Division.

It was the fourth straight loss for the Admirals, who will play their next 10 games away from home.

Ramzi Abid and Cal O’Reilly scored for Milwaukee.