The Manitoba Moose scored three goals in the final frame to overcome a three-goal deficit only to lose in overtime.The Moose suffered a heartbreaking 5-4 overtime loss to the Texas Stars on Friday at Bell MTS Place.The Moose still took home a single point, but the win moved the Stars three points ahead of the Moose for the final playoff spot in the Central Division.Story continues belowManitoba surrendered three goals in the opening period and trailed 4-1 to start the third stanza. They proceeded to score three times in the span of just five minutes to tie the game at four apiece.But Michael Mersch scored 1:56 into the extra period to give the Stars the victory and the extra point.READ MORE: Winnipeg Jets draft pick Kristian Vesalainen rejoining Manitoba Moose“I didn’t feel it was a zero-three kinda game,” head coach Pascal Vincent said. “And even at 4-1, it didn’t feel that way. And the players didn’t feel that way obviously. The bench was alive. I thought it was a real good team effort even when we were down by three.”Marko Dano had a goal and two assists for the Moose. Logan Shaw, Mason Appleton, and Jimmy Oligny had the other markers.“This is a huge point for us,” Dano said. “It hurts right now, but in the long term this point is very good for us.”WATCH: Highlights Stars vs Moose – March 15
May 19, 2019 peggy peggy Comments Off on Large blaze on Winnipeg’s Young Street destroys 2 homes, damages 4 others
Large blaze on Winnipeg’s Young Street destroys 2 homes, damages 4 othersA fire on Winnipeg’s Young Street has destroyed the home of a family with five children.The...
May 19, 2019 peggy peggy Comments Off on ‘Poof — there was flames coming up all out of the top’: Young Street home goes up in flames
‘Poof — there was flames coming up all out of the top’: Young Street home goes up in flamesFire crews battle the fire as flames leap from the boarded-up front door and window of...