Manitoba Moose eliminated from Calder Cup Playoffs picture

Manitoba Moose goalie Mikhail Berdin takes a break from action on Sunday at Bell MTS Place. True North Sports & Entertainment

Cody Glass put away the winner 2:15 into the third period as the Chicago Wolves doubled the Manitoba Moose 4-2 on Saturday in American Hockey League play.

Tye McGinn, Nic Hague and Keegan Kolesar, into an empty net, also scored for Chicago (44-21-10). Oscar Dansk made 39 saves for the win.

Cameron Schilling and Logan Shaw had back-to-back power-play goals in the third period for Manitoba (38-30-7), the AHL affiliate of the Winnipeg Jets.

Mikhail Berdin stopped 18-of-21 shots in net for the Moose.

The Wolves did not score on their one power play and Manitoba was 2 for 5 with the man advantage.

With the Iowa Wild and Milwaukee Admirals winning Saturday, the Moose have been eliminated from the Calder Cup Playoffs picture.

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Manitoba will hope to end their season on a positive note when they face the Wolves again on Sunday afternoon.

With files from The Canadian Press