The Wranglers earned their third straight victory with a commanding 6-2 win against the Manitoba Moose at the Scotiabank Saddledome on Friday night.
Rory Kerins scored a pair of goals and an assist (2g,1a), Adam Klapka and Cole Schwindt notched a goal and an assist each, while Emilio Pettersen and Mitch McLain added solo tallies for the Wranglers.
Nick DeSimone had three helpers and Jonathan Aspirot had two assists in the contest.
Oscar Dansk (6-1-1) registered his sixth win of the season, turning aside 29 shots.
The first period flew by, with only a few whistles throughout.
It was 4-on-4 late in the frame (16:16) when Danny Zhilkin sped up the ice towards the Wranglers net, stopped up in front and slid the puck past a screen and through the pads of Dansk to give Manitoba the lead.
1-0 Moose at the break.
The Wranglers had a productive second period, scoring three unanswered in the middle frame.
First, on the powerplay at the 1:01 mark, Pettersen completed a tic-tac-toe passing play with DeSimone and Dryden Hunt, blasting a shot past Colin Delia, registering his 100th career AHL point in the process. 1-1.