Marcinew hits overtime winner for Monarchs

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Matt Marcinew on Nov. 3, 2017 (credit – RIch Tilton)

MANCHESTER, N.H. – On Sunday, the Manchester Monarchs duplicated their Saturday night result, winning 3-2 in overtime to the Norfolk Admirals.

Tony Cameranesi waited and curved around Norfolk goaltender Jeremy Brodeur for the first goal just under two minutes into the contest, but the visitors grabbed a pair of power play goals to head into the first intermission with a one-goal advantage.

After a scoreless second period, Daniil Miromanov’s blueline slapshot 3:28 into the third period found the top shelf and tied up the contest once again.

The Monarchs finally took the win 43 seconds into overtime, as Matt Marcinew collected a rebound off a Cameranesi slapshot, nudging the puck past Brodeur’s left pad.

At the contest’s conclusion, Manchester (32-25-2-2) held firm in fourth place in the ECHL North Division following losses by the Worcester Railers and Brampton Beast earlier in the day.

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