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Pierre-Cedric Labrie scores in shootout as Moose beat Flames 3-2

MOLINE, Ill. - Pierre-Cedric Labrie scored in the fifth round of a shootout as the Manitoba Moose beat the Quad City Flames 3-2 Wednesday in American Hockey League action.

Alexandre Bolduc and Colby Genoway had goals in regulation time for the Moose (6-3-1-0), who kept pace with the Toronto Marlies in the North Division. The division-leading Marlies, who beat Albany 3-2 Wednesday, have a slim two-point lead over the second-place Moose.

Dustin Boyd and Warren peters replied for the Flames (2-4-0-2).

Drew MacIntyre made 20 saves for the Moose while Curtis McElhinney stopped 27 shots for the Flames.

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