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Michael Grabner scores late as Manitoba hangs on to beat Rochester 4-3

ROCHESTER, N.Y. - Michael Grabner scored with less than five minutes left as the Manitoba Moose held off the Rochester Americans 4-3 in American Hockey League action Friday.

Up 3-2, Grabner extended his goal-scoring streak to five consecutive games when he doubled Manitoba's lead at 15:46 in the third. It turned out to be a fortunate goal as Americans centre Chris Taylor scored at 17:08, bringing Rochester to a one-goal deficit they wouldn't close.

Travis Ramsey, Pierre-Cedric Labrie and Dan Sexton also scored for the Moose (28-24-6).

Jeff Taffe and Mike York scored singles for Rochester (31-24-2).

Manitoba goaltender Cory Schneider stopped 32 shots, while at the other end Alexander Salak made 16 saves.


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