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May 15, 2 weeks ago

P-Bruins on brink as Hershey takes Game 5 in OT

P-Bruins on brink as Hershey takes Game 5 in OT

As has been the case all weekend, the Providence Bruins outshot Hershey over the course of three-plus periods. But, like Thursday’s Game 3, it wasn’t enough. Massachusetts natives Chris Bourque and Paul Carey both scored in regulation whi…

May 13, 2 weeks ago

Providence flips Script on hershey; even series at 2-2

Providence flips Script on hershey; even series at 2-2

Thursday night after Providence’s tough 2-1 overtime loss, Austin Czarnik said that the Bruins needed to “come out harder” in order to pick up a win against a scrappy Hershey team. Come out harder is exactly what they did, and this …

May 12, 2 weeks ago

Hershey stuns Providence in Game 3

Hershey stuns Providence in Game 3

Sometimes the better team doesn’t win. As unfair as that is, it is just the harsh truth. Just ask the Providence Bruins on Thursday night. Despite outshooting the Hershey Bears 40-15 through 67:14 of playing time, the P-Bruins wound up on the w…

May 8, 3 weeks ago

Despite split with Hershey, Providence returns home with momentum

Despite split with Hershey, Providence returns home with momentum

File this under riding the wave of momentum. After advancing past Wilkes-Barre/Scranton in a thrilling opening round series, the Providence Bruins picked up right where they left off, scoring three first period goals, two of them during a Tommy Cross…

May 5, 3 weeks ago

P-Bruins shoot past WBS Penguins; face Hershey in division finals

P-Bruins shoot past WBS Penguins; face Hershey in division finals

A year ago, a loaded Providence Bruins team saw their season come to a screeching halt. After rallying from a 4-1 deficit, the Bruins, already down 0-2 in the best-of-five series thanks to two overtime defeats, came out flying to extend the series wi…

May 4, 3 weeks ago

Bruins’ brass bring closure to 2016-17; look ahead to 2017-18

Bruins’ brass bring closure to 2016-17; look ahead to 2017-18

Tuesday morning – the closure; Tuesday morning – the beginning. It’s the annual press conference by the Bruins’ ownership, owner Jeremy Jacobs, CEO Charlie Jacobs and President Cam Neely, to comment on the past season’s successes …