Eric Healey scores two to help Monsters scare Moose with 4-1 win

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WINNIPEG - Eric Healey scored two goals to power the Lake Erie Monster to a 4-1 win over the Manitoba Moose Friday in American Hockey League action.

After Jeff Jillson and Wes O'Neill put Lake Erie (8-14-1-3) up 2-0 in the first period, Healey made it 3-0 with just over a minute left in the period. Healey added his eighth of the season in the closing minutes of the second.

Danny Groulx scored on the power play late in the third for Manitoba (14-9-2-1).

Mike Wall blocked 28-of-29 shots before backup Jason Bacashihua came in for the final seven minutes, stopping all five shots he faced. Julien Ellis made 10-of-11 saves after 40 minutes before being replaced by Cory Schneider, who stopped 5-of-8 in the third period for Lake Erie.



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