Goalie MacIntyre gets credit for OT winner; Moose edge Wolves 2-1

ROSEMONT, Ill. – Manitoba Moose goaltender Drew MacIntyre was credited with the overtime winner in a 2-1 American Hockey League victory over the Chicago Wolves on Wednesday.

The strange goal came when Chicago shot the puck into their own net during a delayed penalty in overtime. With Ondrej Pavelec on the bench for an extra attacker and a penalty upcoming on Jason Jaffray, Steve Martins’ pass from the Moose goal-line back to the point eluded its target and sailed the length of the ice for the winning goal.

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MacIntyre is the ninth goalie in AHL history to be credited with a goal. He also made 29 saves on the night.

Manitoba’s Pierre-Cedric Labrie and Chicago’s Bryan Little traded goals in the second period.

The loss snapped the Wolves’ seven-game winning streak, but the point gained in overtime still allowed Chicago (38-13-2-0) to open up an eight-point lead over Rockford atop the West Division.

Manitoba (29-22-2-2) has won four of five on the road and remained tied with Hamilton for second place in the North Division.