Providence Bruins

Nov 8, 2014

P-BRUINS FALL TO WORCESTER SHARKS, 4-2

WORCESTER, MA. – The Providence Bruins fell to the Worcester Sharks tonight at the DCU Center in their third meeting of the season.

The Sharks got out to an early lead just 5:50 into the first period. Capitalizing on their power play, Melker Karlsson put the Sharks up 1-0 with a backhander past Providence goaltender Malcolm Subban. Bryan Lerg and Chris Tierney were credited with the assists. But with 5:10 to go in the period, the P-Bruins tied it up. Cory Kane got one past Worcester’s goaltender Troy Grosenick. The goal, assisted by Chris Casto and Drew MacKenzie, was Kane’s first of the year. With the score all tied up, tempers flared and Tommy Cross and Eriah Hayes dropped the mitts with 3:40 remaining in the period. Cross headed to the box with four minutes for roughing, while Hayes received two minutes for roughing.

In the second period, neither team could find the back of the net and it looked like the tie would last into the third. But with just 32 seconds left in the period, Alexander Khokhlachev notched his fifth goal of the season to give the P-Bruins the lead for the first time of the night. Khokhlachev’s power play goal was assisted by Steve Eminger and put the P-Bruins up 2-1.

But the Sharks continued to fight back in the third. Two quick strikes helped them regain the lead. First at 7:09, Chris Tierney tied it up with a goal assisted by Eriah Hayes and Matt Taormina. The goal was Tierney’s first professional goal. Then minutes later at 10:19, Eriah Hayes found the back of the net and put the Sharks up 3-2. With 2:49 left in the period, Ryan Carpenter added another one for Worcester to put them up 4-2. Melker Karlsson and Matt Tennyson were credited with the assists. The game closed out with the final score 4-2.

PROVIDENCE SCORING:

#38 Cory Kane (Chris Casto, Drew MacKenzie)

#13 Alexander Khokhlachev (Steve Eminger)

PROVIDENCE GOALTENDING:

#47 Malcolm Subban (37 saves on 41 shots)

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The Providence Bruins are an American Hockey League franchise and the top affiliate of the NHL’s Boston Bruins. Since moving to Providence in 1992 the P-Bruins have been among the league leaders in regular season attendance. On the ice the team has enjoyed similar success, having won five division titles, three regular season titles and the Calder Cup in 1999.

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