The Worcester Sharks finished their four game Canadian swing splitting both two game series against the Manitoba Moose and Abbotsford Heat.The WorSharks first game ever in Canada was Tuesday, and Worcester jumped out early on the Moose with T.J. Trevelyan's power play goal at 5:19 of the first. Unfortunately that would be the only puck the WorSharks could get past former Boston College standout Cory Schneider, who stopped 34 of 35 Worcester shots. Second period goals by Sergei Shirokov and Pierre-Cedric Labrie gave the Moose the lead, and Matt Pope's third period tally made for the 3-1 final. Alex Stalock was the third star of the game.Wednesday's rematch saw the WorSharks get off on the wrong foot with Manitoba center Marty Murray putting the Moose up 1-0 just 29 seconds into the...

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