Providence Bruins

Dec 27, 2014

THE PROVIDENCE BRUINS FALL TO THE MANCHESTER MONARCHS 3-2 IN OVERTIME

MANCHESTER, N.H. - The puck dropped at 3:00pm at the Verizon Wireless Arena to start the P-Bruins second road game of the weekend. 

The Providence Bruins came out strong in the first period with 10 shots on goal, doubling Manchester’s 5 shots on goal. Rob Flick got the Providence Bruins on the board first at the 9:52 mark with the assist going to Justin Florek. 

The Manchester Monarchs went into the second period trailing the P-Bruins and eager to get on the board. O’Brien tied up the score for Manchester 8:07 into the second. Despite not being able to capitlize on any opportunities, the Providence Bruins still out-shot the Monarchs 16-12 in the second period. 

With the score tied at one, the Providence Bruins and the Monarchs entered the third battling for the lead. Backman broke the tie at the 9:05 mark. Flick got his second goal of the night to tie the score at 2 at the 10:55 mark with the assists going to Youds and Asuchak. 

After three periods of the play and the score still tied at 2, the Providence Bruins and the Manchester Monarchs went into overtime. 2:15 into overtime, Ebert scored for the Monarchs breaking the tie. The Providence Bruins fell to the Manchester Monarchs 3-2. 

PROVIDENCE SCORING:

#10 Rob Flick (Florek)

#10 Rob Flick (Youds, Asuchak)

 

PROVIDENCE GOALTENDING:

#30 Jeremy Smith (24 saves on 27 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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