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March 09. 2014 9:08PM

Monarchs complete a perfect weekend with win over Wolf Pack

Manchester Monarchs Jordan Weal beats Hartford Wolf Pack goalie David LeNeveu for a goal in the first period of their game Sunday at the Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester. (Mark Bolton/Union Leader)

Three for three. And six for six.

The Manchester Monarchs made it three wins in their weekend games, taking six of a possible six points — by beating the Hartford Wolf Pack 3-2 on Sunday at Verizon Wireless Arena.

Right wing Zach O’Brien had two assists to lead the way as eight different Monarchs recorded a point. Manchester (39-16-2-6) leads the Atlantic Division with 86 points.

Center Colin Fraser converted a power play into a 1-0 lead at 9:14 of the first period. Andrew Campbell (12:54) and Jordan Weal (16:53) raised the lead to 3-0 before the end of the first period.

T.J. Hensick scored with 23 seconds left in the first period, then again with 59 seconds remaining in the third period, after Hartford pulled LeNeveu.

J.F. Berube (22-14-2) earned his 22nd win of the season, stopping 17 of 19 shots. LeNeveu (4-8-0) took his eighth loss of the season with 22 saves on 25 shots.

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