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Sharks Late Rally Not Enough, Fall to Wolf Pack 4-3

Monday, November 03, 2014

 

The Worcester Sharks (5-3-1) scored three goals in 6:54 late in the third period but it was not enough as they fell to the (6-2-1) Hartford Wolf Pack 4-3 at the XL Center in Hartford Connecticut on Sunday. The Sharks are now 0-2 against the Wolf Pack this year with two meetings remaining in the season. 

The Wolf Pack built up their lead early in the first period, scoring three goals on seven shots, their first goal coming just 29 seconds into the game. Chris Bourque, J.T. Miller and Danny Kristo all were able to find the back of the net to give the Pack their commanding lead. Later in the third period, the Wolf Pack's Jesper Fast added another to put Hartford up 4-0 in the game. 

For the Sharks, Ryan Carpenter broke the Hartford shut out with a goal, followed by Freddie Hamilton and Tyler Kennedy who cut the Hartford lead to one but Worcester could not get the equalizer despite outshooting the Wolf Pack 12-7 in the third period. 

Between the pipes, rookie goaltender J.P. Anderson made the start for Worcester, making 14 saves in the loss. For the Wolf Pack, Cedrick Desjardins made 39 saves in the game, allowing three goals, in his first start with the Wolf Pack and got the win. 

The Sharks return home this week for a Wednesday night showdown with the Lehigh Valley Phantoms. This will be the first meeting between these two teams this season. Click here to purchase tickets to the game.

 

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