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IceCaps complete road trip with 3-1 win over Monarchs

Paul Postma collected three assists to lead the St. John's IceCaps to a sixth straight win over the Manchester Monarchs on Saturday night in Manchester, N.H.

St. John's ties franchise record with sixth straight victory

Paul Postma collected three assists to lead the St. John's IceCaps to a sixth straight win, 3-1 over the Manchester Monarchs on Saturday night, at the Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester, N.H.
 
The win gave St. John's a 5-0 record on this road trip.
 
IceCaps centre Adam Lowry opened the scoring at 3:37 of the first period, as he carried the puck through the Monarchs' zone and used a wrap-around to beat Manchester goalie J.F.Berube. J.C. Lipon and Postma had assists. At 16:15, St. John's struck again as Kyle MacKinnon cut down the left side and drove to the net to deposit the puck. Postma and Samson were awarded helpers.
 
The IceCaps took advantage of a 5-3 powerplay only 44 seconds into the second period to make it 3-0. Jason Jaffray finished off a passing play to the right of Berube, while Postma and Samson recorded assists.
 
Linden Vey, on a rebound in front of IceCaps netminder Michael Hutchinson at 1:27 of the third, put Manchester on the scoreboard. Nick Delauriers had the lone assist.
 
The IceCaps return to St. John's Tuesday to host the Providence Bruins at Mile One Centre.