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San Antonio peppers Manitoba with 51 shots for 4-3 victory

SAN ANTONIO - The San Antonio Rampage scored four goals in the third period to rally past the Manitoba Moose for a 4-3 AHL victory on Sunday.

Down 2-0 going into the third, Enver Lisin, Bill Thomas, Nate DiCasmirro each scored to pull the Rampage (21-12-2-3) ahead by one.

Moose forward Brad Moran then countered on the power play to even the score, but Chris Durno put away the game-winner shorthanded for his 11th of the year.

Michael Grabner and Luc Bourdon also scored for Manitoba (21-14-2-1).

Drew MacIntyre was busy in net stopping 47 of 51 shots for the Moose, while Josh Tordjman made 28 saves from 31 shots.



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