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Mar 20, 2015

P-BRUINS’ HOME POINT STREAK SNAPPED IN LOSS TO MONARCHS

PROVIDENCE, R.I. - The Providence Bruins could not record a point at home for the first time in more than two months in a 5-2 loss to the Manchester Monarchs Friday at the Dunkin Donuts Center. Providence’s last regulation defeat at the Dunk came on January 11 versus the Portland Pirates.

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Mar 15, 2015

P-BRUINS BLAST ADMIRALS 4-1

PROVIDENCE, R.I. - The Providence Bruins scored another pair of third period goals to finish off the Norfolk Admirals 4-1 Sunday afternoon at the Dunkin Donuts Center. Providence swept the four-game season series, with all of the games being decided in regulation.

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Mar 14, 2015

FIVE-GOAL THIRD PUMMELS FALCONS, 5-0

SPRINGFIELD, M.A. - The Providence Bruins scored five times in the third period to defeat the Springfield Falcons 5-0 Saturday evening at the Mass Mutual Center and win the season series. The Bruins scored twice within a minute span, and twice within 0:30.

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Mar 13, 2015

P-BRUINS LOSE AT HOME FOR FIRST TIME IN TWO MONTHS

PROVIDENCE, R.I. - Scott Laughton scored the game-winner and Rob Zepp was 33-for-34 as the Providence Bruins dropped their first contest at home in two months, falling to the Lehigh Valley Phantoms 2-1 Friday night at the Dunkin Donuts Center.

In the opening period, the Bruins had the first power play, first five shots, and the first goal. Both Colin Stuart and Paul Carey had chances in front that were blocked, but Stuart eventually put the home team on top. At 17:06, Stuart re-directed a Steve Eminger wrister that came from the blue line, beating Zepp on the man advantage. 

The Phantoms retaliated with almost literally a last-second goal. With 1.1 seconds left on the clock, the visiting team answered on the power play as Adam Comrie snuck a wrister past Jeremy Smith from the right point.

Neither team scored in the second, and the P-Bruins limited the Phantoms to only four shots. Providence had more bids in the second period (10) than Lehigh Valley had in the first two combined (9). 

Neither team scored in the third either, as Providence and Lehigh Valley each had seven bids on the opposing goaltender. Stuart had a big shot block, taking one off of the leg in the slot on a point-blank shot during the Flyers affiliate’s power play. Later in the period, Jason Akeson hit the left post. The Bruins had a few good chances of their own, including hitting the post a minute later.

In Overtime, Smith made a save at the near post, going into a split to stop a Mark Alt breakaway with 2:37 left. Eminger nearly had a one-timer on the near doorstep as time expired, but the puck hopped over his stick.

In the shootout, the first four shooters were held off of the board. Scott Laughton scored the game-winner with a triple fake on the right side of the crease. As the Bruins’ last hope, Khokhlachev maneuvered the puck past Zepp, but his shot hit the post as he approached the goal line.

It was the first loss in a shootout (or overtime) for the Bruins at home all season, and it snapped the 11-game home win streak. The team has registered points in seven games in a row, the previous six all victories.

The Bruins hit the road for a Saturday evening contest against the Springfield Falcons at 7:00pm.

 

PROVIDENCE SCORING

#49 Colin Stuart (#44 Steve Eminger, #17 Seth Griffith)

 

PROVIDENCE GOALTENDING:

#30 Jeremy Smith (20 saves on 21 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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Mar 8, 2015

SMITH’S 52 SAVES TAME SHARKS, 3-2

PROVIDENCE, R.I. - Jeremy Smith made 52 saves and the Providence Bruins snuck past the Worcester Sharks 3-2 Sunday afternoon at the Dunkin Donuts Center. It was the second night in a row that the P-Bruins’ goaltender notched the team-high in saves. (Malcolm Subban was 42-of-43 in the 4-1 win over Springfield on Saturday.)

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Mar 7, 2015

SUBBAN'S 42 SAVES GROUND FALCONS, 4-1

PROVIDENCE, R.I. - Malcolm Subban made 42 saves and the team scored two more power play goals to support him in a 4-1 win for the Providence Bruins over the Springfield Falcons Saturday at the Dunkin Donuts Center.

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Mar 6, 2015

POWER PLAY PAIR MAKES THE DIFFERENCE IN 2-1 WIN

PROVIDENCE, R.I. - The Providence Bruins scored twice on the power play against the best penalty killing unit in the league and defeated the Hershey Bears 2-1 Friday night at the Dunkin Donuts Center. Paul Carey and Zack Phillips each had points in their respective P-Bruins debuts, and Seth Griffith scored the game-winner.

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Feb 28, 2015

STUART’S LATE GOAL SINKS ADMIRALS, 4-3

NORFOLK, V.A. - Justin Florek scored two game-tying goals and Colin Stuart had a game-winning goal for the second time in as many nights as the Providence Bruins defeated the Norfolk Admirals 4-3 at the Scope on Saturday night, sweeping the weekend series. The Bruins ended their road trip with seven out of a possible ten points.

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Feb 27, 2015

SUBBAN MAKES 36 SAVES AS P-BRUINS DOWN NORFOLK ADMIRALS 2-1

NORFOLK, V.A. - David Warsofsky scored on the power play and Colin Stuart scored the eventual game-winner as the Providence Bruins beat the Norfolk Admirals 2-1 at the Scope on Friday night. Malcolm Subban had his shutout bid spoiled with 1:17 to go, but finished the evening 36-for-37.

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Feb 22, 2015

O’BRIEN’S OT GOAL TOPS P-BRUINS 5-4

HERSHEY, P.A. - The Providence Bruins hit three posts and outshot the Hershey Bears 15-3 during the third period, but Jimmy O’Brien scored in overtime to hand the Bears a 5-4 victory at the GIANT Center on Sunday evening.

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