The Providence Bruins welcomed the Hershey Bears to The AMP on Wednesday night for the sixth and final meeting of the season between the frontrunners in the AHL’s Atlantic Division. Hershey (41-16-5-4, 91 points) came to the capital city looking to extend their lead over Providence (40-16-8-2, 90 points) to three points and move them … Keep Reading
The Providence Bruins, the top AHL Affiliate of the Boston Bruins, headed to Charlotte to face the Checkers in the first of a weekend two-game set at the Bojangles Coliseum. Earlier this week, there were scenarios in place where Providence could have clinched a playoff berth with help, but those failed to materialize, and the P-Bruins looked … Keep Reading
Following the Providence Bruins’ 4-1 win over the Utica Commits last weekend, Providence improves to 28-9-7-2 as they came back from two goals down to win 4-3 in a shootout over the Wilkes Barre/Scranton Penguins. Providence goaltender Kyle Keyser made 30 saves and earned his seventh victory in the 2022-23 campaign, while Georgii Merkulov recorded … Keep Reading
Looking to improve upon their recent stretch in which they have won four of their last five outings, the Providence Bruins began their first 3-in-3 weekend since the weekend before Thanksgiving. The top AHL affiliate of the Boston Bruins headed into the weekend holding second place in the AHL’s Atlantic Division, three points behind the … Keep Reading
The Providence Bruins, the AHL’s top affiliate of the NHL’s Boston Bruins, opened the 2023 portion of the AHL schedule looking to continue the success they found during a year-end road trip to Pennsylvania. A trip-opening 1-0 loss to the AHL’s top team, the Hershey Bears, was followed by consecutive 4-3 wins over Wilkes-Barre/Scranton and … Keep Reading
Before their Christmas holiday break, the Providence Bruins (16-4-4-2) headed to North Carolina for a back-to-back series versus the Charlotte Checkers. Providence, the top AHL affiliate of the Boston Bruins, resides in second place in the AHL’s Atlantic Division behind division-leading Hershey and 11 points ahead of Charlotte. The two-game set at Bojangles Coliseum in … Keep Reading
The Providence Bruins, the top AHL affiliate of the Boston Bruins, moved into their ninth weekend of play, sitting one point behind the Atlantic Division-leading Hershey Bears. Hershey secured the top spot in the division over the idle P-Bruins with victories over the Charlotte Checkers on Tuesday night and the Bridgeport Islanders on Friday night. … Keep Reading
The Providence Bruins, the Boston Bruins’ top AHL affiliate, moved into the week’s slate of games following the Thanksgiving weekend, where they collected five of the possible six points to retain their slim first-place Atlantic Division lead over the Hershey Bears. Providence closed out November with a trip to Connecticut to face the Bridgeport Islanders … Keep Reading
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
The Providence Bruins moved into this weekend’s three-game homestand sitting atop the AHL’s league standings with a 10-1-1-1 record and a four-point Atlantic Division lead over the Hershey Bears. The 3-in-3 homestand kicked off with a back-to-back on Friday and Saturday night versus the Philadelphia Flyers AHL affiliate, the Lehigh Valley Phantoms.
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