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Sharks Score Three in Third, Beat Bruins 4-2

Sunday, November 09, 2014

 

The Worcester Sharks (7-3-1) scored three third period goals to beat the Providence Bruins (6-4-1) 4-2 on Saturday night at the DCU Center in front of 5, 310 fans. The Sharks improve to 3-0 against the Providence Bruins so far this year with nine meetings remaining.

Lighting the Lamp

The Bruins led 2-1 going into the third period but then the Sharks offense exploded for three goals. Rookie Chris Tierney scored his first goal as a professional hockey player to tie the game up at two and then Eriah Hayes put in the game winner off an offensive zone faceoff. Later in the period, Ryan Carpenter added an insurance marker, his third goal in as many games.

Impressive Debut

Tierney was named the first star of the game in his AHL debut, posting a goal and two assists for a three point night for the Worcester Sharks. Chris Tierney dressed in 11 games for the San Jose Sharks (NHL) earlier this season, recording two points, before being sent down to Worcester. 

Another Solid Performance

Between the pipes, Troy Grosenick picked up his AHL leading seventh win of the season with 23 saves in the game including nine in the third period. 

Hitting the Road

The Worcester Sharks next hit the road as they visit the Springfield Falcons on Tuesday for a 3 p.m. game. You can watch the game on AHLLive.com.  

 

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