Manitoba Moose score five goals on division-leading Chicago Wolves

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CHICAGO — Five different players found the back of the net and Philippe Desrosiers made 22 saves in the Manitoba Moose's 5-1 triumph over the Chicago Wolves Saturday in the American Hockey League.

Kristian Vesalainen, Nicholas Jones and Johnathan Kovacevic put Manitoba (5-3-1) ahead 3-0 after the first period. They scored in a span of 4:40.

Jimmy Oligny netted late in the second period and Cole Maier added a short-handed empty-net goal in the third.

Jalen Chatfield scored the lone goal for the division-leading Wolves (5-2-0), which only lost for the second time this season. Chicago was riding a five-game win streak.

Etu Makiniemi stopped 25-of-29 shots in the loss.

This report by The Canadian Press was first published Nov. 6, 2021.

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