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GAMEDAY: vs. Providence 11/11
November 11, 2017Posted by on
Who: Providence Bruins
Where: Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza
When: 7:05 p.m.
Last Game: Wednesday at home against Toronto, the Penguins won 4-2 in a thriller of a game that featured the two best teams in the Eastern Conference. It was the Penguins skating away with the two points, 4-2, off goals from Thomas DiPauli (two goals) Andrey Pedan (his first) and Ryan Haggerty (his fifth goal in four games) — For Providence, the Bruins last skated Sunday in Bridgeport and were shutout for the second time in the weekend by the Sound Tigers.
Record: For WBS: 8-2-0-1 (17 pts., 1st place Atlantic Division) // For PRO: 7-4-0-0 (14 pts., 4th place Atlantic Division)
Referee(s): Andrew Howard / Ben O’Quinn
Linesmen: Jason Mandroc / J.P. Waleski
Why You Should Care: Both teams did not play Friday, so fatigue is not an issue for either team. The Penguins will look to exact some revenge on the Bruins who ousted them from the playoffs last season in the first round. Should be another great game, like Wednesday was when the Marlies were in.
Promotion(s): Veterans Day / Penguins Team Card Strip #1
Other Game to Watch: Lehigh Valley travels to Hershey, in a matchup that the Penguins should be watching closely.
Next Five Games: @ HER 11/12, @ BNG 11/17, LV 11/22, @ SYR 11/24, SYR 11/25
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