Canucks’ Prospect Sergei Shirokov Helps Bring AHL Series To Game 7

The Manitoba Moose (3-3) produced their most important win of the year at home on Friday night but needed to repeat that performance in Game 6 on Easter Sunday in order to extend their season. The Lake Erie Monsters (3-3) struck first but the visiting Moose responded with three unanswered goals including their first power

Vancouver Prospect Sergei Shirokov Helps Save AHL Moose From Elimination

The Manitoba Moose aren’t dead yet. With their collective hides against the wall, the Moose eked out a 2-0 victory over the Lake Erie Monsters on a Good Friday at MTS Centre, pulling to within 3-2 in their best-of-seven North division semifinal. Moose forward Sergei Shirokov and linemate Jason Jaffray, into an empty net, scored

Shirokov Scores Game Winner, Moose Edge Texas 4-3

Manitoba, which had totaled just four goals during a three-game losing skid heading into the weekend, matched that offensive output on Friday and edged visiting Texas by a 4-3 count before 9,129 fans at the MTS Centre. Two-time AHL All-Star Sergei Shirokov scored what turned out to be the game-winning goal for the Moose at

Shirokov Stays Hot, Assists in Moose Victory

Sergei Shirokov set up a beautiful goal to Alexandre Bolduc as the Manitoba Moose defeated the evenly-matched Oklahoma City Barons 4-1 in the AHL showdown Tuesday night. The 35-23-6 Moose have won 3 of their last 4 games, as Shirokov has worked up a hot streak tallying 3 points in the span. The Vancouver Canucks

Shirokov Scores; Moose Top Admirals 4-2

Manitoba snuck onto the board first with an even-strength Sergei Shirokov goal just 2:11 into the game. It took a few seconds before everyone on the ice realized the puck was even in the net; it was a quiet goal to say the least. Milwaukee’s Grant Lewis tied things up with a slap shot goal