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By: James Swindells | Follow me on Twitter @jimswindells68

After a three-game homestand last weekend in which the Providence Bruins collected only three of the possible six points, the P-Bruins hit the road for a trio of games in upstate New York. Providence (10-2-2-2, 24 points), the Atlantic Division leader, traveled to Rochester on Thanksgiving Eve to face the Americans, the Buffalo Sabres’ top AHL affiliate, … Keep Reading