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Grabner and Bolduc push Moose past Crunch for 3-1 victory

WINNIPEG - Michael Grabner and Alexandre Bolduc each had a goal and an assist to help the Manitoba Moose earn a 3-1 victory over the Syracuse Crunch on Thursday in AHL action.

Forward Jason Jaffray scored on the power play for his 13th of the year for Manitoba, who are second in the North Division behind Toronto at 22-18-2-1. Mike Keane chipped in with two assists.

Joakim Lindstrom had Syracuse's lone goal, which came on the power play in the first period.

Drew MacIntyre made 18 saves from 19 shots for Manitoba, while Adam Munro stopped 26 for the Crunch.

Syracuse (21-23-2-1) trails the Moose by two points in the North Division.


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