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November 12. 2011 11:01PM

Zatkoff's 46 saves backstop Monarchs win

WORCESTER, Mass. - Six different Monarchs tallied a point each as the Monarchs landed a 2-1 road victory over the Worcester Sharks.

Justin Azevedo and Slava Voynov tallied the goals, while Linden Vey, Richard Clune, Dwight King, and Marc-Andre Cliche picked up the assists for Manchester (7-9-0).

Jeff Zatkoff picked up the win in net, making 46 saves. Zatkoff allowed a goal to Worcester’s Tommy Wingels in the first to give the Sharks the 1-0 lead before the Monarcha fought back with goals in the second and third periods.

Tyson Sexsmith stopped 23 shots for Worcester (5-3-0).

The two teams play again on Friday in Manchester at 7 p.m.

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