The Providence Bruins defeated the Springfield Thunderbirds Sunday afternoon 3-0 to wrap up their month of February games. The P-Bruins got goals from Joe Morrow, Matt Grzelcyk and Colton Hargrove while Zane McIntyre earned the start between the pipes.
The Providence Bruins defeated the Bridgeport Sound Tigers Saturday night 4-3 to sweep the home-and-home series between the clubs. The P-Bruins got goals from Chris Porter, Jake DeBrusk, Jordan Szwarz and Tommy Cross while Malcolm Subban earned the start between the pipes.
The Providence Bruins defeated the Bridgeport Sound Tigers Friday night 2-1 in the opener of a home-and-home series between the clubs. The P-Bruins got goals from Sean Kuraly and Rob O’Gara while Zane McIntyre earned the start between the pipes.
The Providence Bruins are in the midst of a tight race in the Atlantic Division, and the team was able to take four of six points this weekend in their most crucial set of games all season. The P-Bruins welcomed the Hershey Bears to town for two games at the Dunk Friday and Saturday with the teams splitting the series a game apiece. Providence closed out the weekend, which saw them play three days in a row at home for just the second time all year, with an exciting 3-2 win against first place Wilkes-Barre Scranton.
The Providence Bruins defeated the Wilkes-Barre Scranton Penguins Sunday afternoon 3-2 in the finale of their three-game weekend at the Dunk. The P-Bruins got goals from Danton Heinen, Sean Kuraly and Jordan Szwarz while Zane McIntyre earned the start between the pipes.
The Providence Bruins fell to the Hershey Bears Saturday night 4-0 in their second of back-to-back games with the club. Malcolm Subban got the start in net for the P-Bruins, who were shutout for the third time this season and second time with Subban starting at home.
The Providence Bruins defeated the Hershey Bears Friday night 4-3 in the first of back-to-back home games with team. The P-Bruins got goals from Colby Cave, Jordan Szwarz, Alex Grant and Anton Blidh while Zane McIntyre earned the start between the pipes.
The Atlanta Gladiators of the ECHL and Boston Bruins of the NHL have extended their affiliation via a new two-year agreement. Gladiators Head Coach and General Manager of Hockey Operations Andy Brandt announced the extension today as the team will continue serving as the lone ECHL partner for both Boston and the AHL Providence Bruins.
The Providence Bruins completed a busy week of action, playing four games in six nights and taking five of a possible eight points. The P-Bruins kicked off the week with their second Tuesday game of the season, defeating the Albany Devils 4-1 on the road. The team had a home-and-home with Bridgeport Friday and Saturday, but could not win either match up with a team now just two points behind them in the standings. After their first shutout of the season at home 1-0, Providence was able to salvage a point Saturday in Bridgeport losing 5-4 in a shootout. The P-Bruins finished their weekend at home with a 4-1 win over Springfield as Noel Acciari netted their first hat-trick of the season. The team is 28-13-5-4 with 65 pts, good for third in the Atlantic division and third in the Eastern Conference.
The Providence Bruins defeated the Springfield Thunderbirds Sunday 4-1 in their first of five straight home games at the Dunk. Noel Acciari netted the first hat-trick of the season for the P-Bruins, who also got a goal from Tommy Cross while Malcolm Subban earned the start between the pipes.