Milwaukee Admirals stopped by Moose

Devin Cooley stopped 33 of the 34 shots he faced on the net, but it wasn’t enough as the Admirals failed to get Manitoba goalkeeper Mikhail Berdin in a 2-0 advertising loss to the Elks at the Panther Arena on Wednesday night at the Panther Arena could bring over.

The only goal of the evening that was scored on Cooley came with 4:35 remainder in the second period. Just 10 seconds after beating an Ads power play that offered a number of high quality scoring opportunities, Manitoba’s Luke Johnson cleared the rebound from Simon Lundmark’s shot for the third time this season.

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Johnson’s goal was all of the support Berdin, which ended with 24 saves, would need as he and the Moose Defense closed the door on Milwaukee for the rest of the way. Cooley was dragged 1:58 in favor of an additional attacker, but Austin Poganski’s empty net, 50 seconds behind, sealed the deal for the Moose.

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The game marked the third time this season that the ads had been kept out of the score sheet.

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