Providence had a strong showing in Springfield to end their seven game losing skid.
Ben Sexton’s first goal of the season was the lone tally in the Providence scoresheet in the 4-1 loss against the Lehigh Valley Phantoms.
The P-Bruins forced the overtime and shootout but only came away with one point against the Portland Pirates.
A slow first period put Providence in a hole that they couldn’t manage to climb out of.
The P-Bruins held an advantage in shots on net the entire game, but the Sound Tigers walked away with the 4-3 win, extending Providence’s four game skid.
The Providence Bruins struck first, but struggled defensively against an aggressive Comets forecheck.
Springfield scored four unanswered goals in the 3rd period to overtake the Providence Bruins.
Hartford’s Brian Gibbons won the game for the Wolf Pack when he slipped the puck five hole 21 seconds into the over time period.
Vatrano and Kokhlachev each had two goals in tonight’s 6-4 win over the Portland Pirates.
Despite outshooting the Phantoms in the third period, the Providence Bruins were unable to rally and finish the weekend 1-1 against Lehigh.