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Jan 17, 2017

P-BRUINS WEEK IN REVIEW 1/9/17 - 1/15/17

The Providence Bruins remain in third place in both the Atlantic Division and the Eastern Conference with a record of 22-10-4-3 and 51 points. Their lone win of the weekend came on the road Saturday night in an exciting 1-0 victory. With the game seemingly headed to overtime, Jordan Szwarz scored with just 17 seconds left in the game to give the Bruins a 1-0 win over Springfield. Anton Khudobin got the win in net for his second shutout of the season while helping Providence win their seventh straight on the road. The P-Bruins suffered two losses at home, falling 2-1 to Utica Friday night and 5-3 to Bridgeport Sunday afternoon. The loss Friday was their first loss in regulation when scoring first while Sunday’s loss marked their first regulation defeat when scoring three or more goals.

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Jan 15, 2017

PROVIDENCE COMEBACK FALLS SHORT IN 5-3 LOSS

The Providence Bruins fell to the Bridgeport Sound Tigers Sunday afternoon 5-3 at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center despite erasing two two-goal deficits in the game. Providence got goals from Colby Cave, Zac Rinaldo and Sean Kuraly while Anton Khudobin got his second straight start in net.

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Jan 14, 2017

P-BRUINS WIN 1-0 FOR SEVENTH STRAIGHT ROAD WIN

The Providence Bruins defeated the Springfield Thunderbirds Saturday night 1-0 to push their AHL-best road winning streak up to seven games. Jordan Szwarz scored the lone goal for Providence with 17 seconds left in the game for Providence while Anton Khudobin got the start between the pipes.

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Jan 13, 2017

SUBBAN BROTHERS BATTLE IN A 2-1 P-BRUINS LOSS

The Providence Bruins fell to the Utica Comets Friday night at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center 2-1. Sean Kuraly scored the lone P-Bruins goal while Malcolm Subban earned the start in goal against the Comets, a team that featured his younger brother and AHL All-Star Jordan Subban.

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Jan 10, 2017

P-BRUINS WEEK IN REVIEW 1/2/17-1/8/17

The Providence Bruins continued to climb up the AHL standing after another successful weekend. The team started off with a home-and-home series against the Springfield Thunderbirds that saw each road team earn a 4-1 victory. They returned home to face the Hartford Wolf Pack and capped the weekend with their first shutout of the season 3-0. The P-Bruins are now 21-8-4-3 with 49 points, good for third in both the Atlantic division and the Eastern Conference.

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Jan 8, 2017

Khudobin leads Providence to first shutout victory of the season

The Providence Bruins defeated the Hartford Wolf Pack 3-0 Sunday afternoon for their first shutout victory of the season. Ben Marshall, Alex Grant and Sean Kuraly scored while Anton Khudobin earned his second straight start in net. 

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Jan 7, 2017

PROVIDENCE WINS 4-1 IN SPRINGFIELD, GET SIXTH STRAIGHT ROAD WIN

The Providence Bruins defeated the Springfield Thunderbirds tonight 4-1, salvaging a split of the team’s weekend home-and-home series. The team has now won six straight on the road, the longest streak in the AHL this year. Providence got goals from Jake DeBrusk, Wayne Simpson, Colby Cave and Tommy Cross while Anton Khudobin earned his first start in net since being sent down to Providence Friday.

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Jan 6, 2017

P-BRUINS SIX GAME WIN STREAK SNAPPED AFTER 4-1 LOSS

The Providence Bruins fell to the Springfield Thunderbirds tonight 4-1, putting an end to their season best six-game winning streak. The team had won six straight home games in addition to this, as well recording points in 19 of 20 games prior to tonight. Malcolm Subban got the start in net on a day that saw All-Star goalie Zane McIntyre promoted to Boston.

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Jan 5, 2017

MCINTYRE, HEINEN NAMED TO 2017 AHL ALL-STAR CLASSIC ROSTER

The AHL announced the 2017 All-Star Classic rosters and the Providence Bruins have two representatives. Goaltender Zane McIntyre and center Danton Heinen were selected as All-Stars for the first time in their careers and will participate in the AHL All-Star Skills Competition January 29 as well as the All-Star Challenge January 30.

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Jan 4, 2017

P-BRUINS SIGN TAYLOR DOHERTY TO A PTO

The Providence Bruins announced today that the team has signed defenseman Taylor Doherty to a professional tryout agreement. Doherty signed the deal yesterday and was added to the roster today. He has spent the 2016-17 season thus far with Orlando, scoring two goals and nine assists for 11 points in 20 games with the Solar Bears. He leads the team with 49 PIM and is first among Orlando defensemen with a +13 rating.

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