Providence Bruins

Dec 20, 2014

THE PROVIDENCE BRUINS FALL TO THE MANCHESTER MONARCHS, 5-4

MANCHESTER, N.H. –The puck dropped at the Verizon Wireless Arena at 7:00PM tonight for the Providence Bruins’ second road game of the weekend. 

The Providence Bruins took an early lead thanks to a goal from Anthony Camara just 2:34 seconds into the first period. The assists went to Cross and Werek. The Monarchs answered Camara’s goal at the 9:27 mark to tie the score at one. The Manchester Monarchs struck once again on a power play at the 14:28 mark to take the lead. Auger scored a third goal for the Monarchs about 30 seconds later at the 14:54 mark to end the first period. 

The Providence Bruins entered the second period ready to bounce back from their 2 goal defecit. The Bruins started the period strong once again thanks to a power play goal from David Pastrnak to make the score 3-2 at the 3:39 mark. Ferlin tied the score at 3 at the 8:21 mark with the assists going to Werek and Stuart. Malcolm Subban remained steady in net and held off the Monarchs for the rest of the period, keeping the score 3-3.

Both teams went into the third frame of the game eager to break the 3-3 tie. O’Neill got the Monarchs on the board first in the 3rd at the 2:17 mark. Weal netted the 5th goal of the night for the Manchester Monarchs at the 11:55 mark. Providence anwered Weal’s goal with their 4th of the night thanks to David Pastrnak’s goal at the 15:19 mark with the assists going to Caron and Florek. Despite battling hard through the third, the Providence Bruins ultimately fell to the Manchester Monarchs 5-4. 

 

PROVIDENCE SCORING

#15 Anthony Camara (Cross, Werek)

#32 David Pastrnak (Caron, Florek)

#19 Brian Ferlin (Werek, Stuart)

#32 David Pastrnak (Caron, Florek)

PROVIDENCE GOALTENDING

#47 Malcolm Subban (19 saves on 24 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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