Wolves fall brief to Manitoba moose for second straight loss
ROSEMONT, Ill. (CBS) — The Calder Cup champion Chicago Wolves fell brief to the Manitoba Moose Friday night time for his or her second straight loss.
The closing rating was 5-2.
The Wolves’ Anttoni Honka scored his first purpose with the American Hockey League, and veteran Mackenzie MacEachern additionally had a purpose, the Wolves noted in a news release.
But it was not sufficient.
“I think everyone wants to just do a little too much,” veteran Wolves ahead Brendan Perlini was quoted within the news launch. “Once the games start coming a little bit thicker for us things will be a little bit simpler out there and hopefully a little bit easier.”
The Wolves are actually 0-2. They misplaced their season opener to the Milwaukee Admirals this previous Saturday, additionally 5-2.
The Moose jumped to a 3-0 lead early within the second interval – as Wyatt Bongiovanni, Mikey Eyssimont, and Jansen Harkins every scored targets. But Honka acquired the Wolves on the board, scooping a free puck deep into the Moose zone and getting a shot previous the stick of Moose goaltender Oskari Salminen, the Wolves mentioned.
Nicholas Jones and Henri Nikkanen went on to attain once more for the Moose. MacEachern scored another time for the Wolves proper earlier than the tip of the sport, the Wolves mentioned.
The Wolves will tackle the Rockford IceHogs in Rockford on Saturday night time.
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