Four point night for Jack Roslovic leads Moose to 6-4 win over Wolves

Posted by David Minuk in AHL on November 18, 2017 — No Comments

Photo Credit: Dave Mahussier

Recap:

As the picture above and the title of this recap should indicate it was the Jack Roslovic show for the Manitoba Moose as they rolled to their second straight victory and sixth in the last seven games.  Roslovic continues to light it up as he put up four points (2 goals 2 assists) moving him into second place in the AHL scoring race.  Pretty lofty spot for the Jets 2015 1st round pick to be as he now has 10 goals and 11 assists for 21 points in 17 AHL games.  It really isn’t just the points however that should have Jets fans salivating at this high level prospect.  His overall game, both offensively and defensively, continues to develop at the American League level.

Despite giving up four goals Eric Comrie played a very solid game beaten by screens and done in by a bad bounce or two.  He made 37 saves and many were high chance opportunities for Chicago.

Manitoba continues to roll having won six of their last seven games and are now 10-5-1-1 which is good enough for 1st place in the central division.

Player Stats:

Jack Roslovic – 2 goals 2 assists
Mason Appleton – 2 assists

Post-game:

Eric Comrie