The win ties the best-of-five series at one game apiece and gives the eighth-seeded Monarchs the upper hand in the series over top-seeded Norfolk as the next three games will be played in Manchester, starting with Game 3 on Wednesday.
[...][The] Monarchs took a 2-0 lead after one period of play Saturday on goals by Vey and Brandon Kozun.
[...] Martin Jones [...] held the league’s top offense scoreless for more than 60 minutes after replacing Jeff Zatkoff in the second period on Friday night. [...]
Robert Czarnik scored what ended up being the game winner 5:28 into the third, and then [...] Vey [...] made it 4-2 with 3:44 left to play. Andy Andreoff scored an empty-net goal with 2:01 remaining [...].