CLEVELAND, Ohio — The only team to beat the Monsters in the young AHL season did it again Saturday night, and again by three goals, as Cleveland fell, 4-1, to the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins at Quicken Loans Arena. The loss left Cleveland at 3-2-0, in second place in the AHL North Division. WB/S stands at 3-0-0, first place in the Atlantic. Cleveland started the scoring at 7:30 of the first period, when center Kevin Stenlund rocketed a slap shot past WB/S goalie Anthony Peters, off feeds from Nathan Gerbe and Ryan MacInnis. But the middle frame belonged to the Penguins, with scoring by Anthony Angello at 3:13, Jimmy Hayes at 6:58 and Derek Grant at 10:55. Behind 3-1 with four minutes left in the game, Cleveland pulled goaltender Jean-Francois Berube for an extra skater, but the Penguins’ Teddy Blueger found the empty net, finishing the scoring and Cleveland’s chance of avenging Thursday night’s 3-0 loss to the Pens. Both teams were 0-for-3 on power plays and had three penalties totaling six minutes. Berube (2-2) stopped 30 shots in taking the loss in net for Cleveland. Peters blocked 32 for WB/S. Attendance was 8,873. Next up, the Monsters play the new division rival Utica Comets at 7 p.m. Friday at the Adirondack Bank Center.