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GAMEDAY: vs. Providence 3/27
March 26, 2016Posted by on
Home Game: 32
Who: Providence Bruins
Where: Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza
When: 7:05 p.m.
Last Game: Last night in Binghamton the Pens won 3-2 in overtime. Kael Mouillierat scored in overtime to win the game for the Pens. Tom Kostopoulos had the other two goals on the power play. For Providence, the Bruins were in Allentown last night and lost 4-3 to the Lehigh Valley Phantoms. The Bruins were down 3-1 and battled back to tie it at three, but the Phantoms would not be denied the victory.
Last Meeting: February 28 in Providence the Pens lost 3-2. Carter Rowney and Dominik Simon collected goals for the Pens in the loss.
Record: For WBS 40-21-4-1 (85 pts. 1st place Atlantic Division) — For PRO: 34-20-9-3 (80 pts., 3rd place Atlantic Division)
Why you should care: Expect a mad Providence team tonight. The Bruins had no business losing to the Phantoms last night who snapped an eight game losing streak by beating Providence last night. The Pens will need to be cautiously aggressive tonight with a Providence team that is extremely dangerous.
Referee(s): Fred Leblanc / Jake Brenk
Linesmen: Richard Jondo / Scott Pomento
Fan Bloggers: @nafsnep
Television: AHL Live and on MyNetworkTV local in Wilkes-Barre
Promotion(s): Super Hero Night
Other Game to Watch: Since the division is such a dead heat between the Pens and Bears, we are going Hershey hosting Albany tonight.
Next Five Games: SPR 3/29, BRI 4/2, POR 4/3, LV 4/8, @ HER 4/9
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