Manitoba Moose extend home winning streak to 7 with victory over Chicago Wolves

The Manitoba Moose kept up their winning ways on home ice on Wednesday.The Moose defeated the Chicago Wolves 4-2 at Bell MTS Place to stretch their home winning streak to seven games. They’re now 10-0-1 in their last 11 games on home ice.Jansen Harkins, Hunter Fejes, Marko Dano and Michael Spacek all scored for the Moose as they built up a four-goal lead.“We had a good start,” said head coach Pascal Vincent.
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“We were moving quick. We were quick, supporting each other offensively and defensively. We had some good O-zone time.”READ MORE: Winnipeg Jets recall defenceman Sami Niku from AHL MooseThe Wolves scored a pair of goals in the final eight minutes but still came up short.“I think it was just everyone from the back-in,” forward JC Lipon said. “We seemed really in sync. We didn’t spend much time in our zone and guys were in the right spots.”Daniel Carr and Curtis McKenzie had the goals for Chicago.WATCH: Highlights Wolves vs Moose – February 13