Hershey Loses to Providence 6-2 Saturday Night.
The Hershey Bears were off to a promising start at the beginning of Saturday nights game in Providence to take on the Bruins.
Jordan Szwarz would be the only player to score a goal in the first period, putting the Bruins on the board in the first period at 7:09. It would stay that way and end 1-0 after the first twenty minutes.
During the second period, Hershey scored their first goal of the night just over two minutes into the period. Ryan Sproul earned his first goal with the Bears tying the game at 1-1. Nathan Walker took a shot at the net at 7:20 in the period, and Mike Sgarbossa would tip it in for his twelfth game of the year, putting Hershey ahead 2-1.
At 11:58 in the period Szwarz would get his second goal of the night tying up the game with his ninth goal of the season. Boston gained the lead at 18:59 when Kyle Cumisky snuck one past Ilya Samsonov making it 3-2.
On a power play goal in the final stanza, Boston pulled ahead by two goals with a quick shot from Cameron Hughes at 4:05 in the period. With less than a minute left in the period Providence would score two goals, first an empty net at 18:13 scored by Anton Bildh. With Samsonov back between the pipes, it would only take 15 seconds for Tanner Pond to bury a puck in the net making it 6-2 Providence.
Hershey was outshot by Providence 24-21. Hershey’s record now stands at 11-14-0-2.