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12-09-2012, 11:08 AM
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Providence Bruins (vs) Adirondack Phantoms; 4:05 at the DDC Providence ; (12-9-12)

Providence Bruins (-) vs Adirondack Phantoms (3)
() are points out of eight in conference




Providence Bruins: (home: 5-4-0-2)

11-8-0-2 24pts. 3rd in Atlantic Division

Adirondack Phantoms: (away: 4-7-0-0)

10-12-0-0 20pts. 5th in NorthEast Division.







BRUINS SCHEDULE:

Date | Opponent | Result

Dec. 7 | Manchester | 3-2 | W
Dec. 8 | @Worcester | 3-2 | (so)W
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Dec. 14 | Springfield | 7:05 |
Dec. 15 | @Albany | 7:00 |





All Time Regular Season Mettings:

The Bruins are 1-1-0 all time at home vs Adirondack





Previous Meetings This Season:


1st meating of the season










Team Stat Comparison

Providence | | Adirondack

Goals

50 | | 57

Goals Against

59 | | 66

Power Play Goals

15 | | 20


Power Play Goals Allowed

20 | | 17


Power Play Rank

19 | | 18


Penalty Kill Rank

27 | | 10

HPP Rank

25 | | -

APP Rank

- | | 21

HPK Rank

25 | | -

APK Rank

- | | 20

Goals For Rank

2 way tie for 27th | | 26

Goals Against Rank

7 | |2 way tie for 17

PIM

389 | | 488

Ovrall OT Record

0-0 | | 1-0

Ovrall S/O Record

3-2 | | 1-0

Last 10 Games

7-2-0-1 (W2) | | 4-6-0-0 (W1)

Fighting Majors

24| | 23







Player Stats



Providence ||| Adirondack|

Goals

Jamie Tardif | 8 | | Brayden Schenn | 11

Assists

Chris Bourque | 14 | | Brayden Schenn | 14

Points

Chris Bourque | 16 | | Brayden Schenn | 25

PP

3 tied at | 3 | | Brayden Schenn | 5

SH

all tied at | 0 | | 3 tied at | 1

PIM

Bobby Robbins | 110 | |Zac Rinaldo | 66

SOG

Chris Bourque | 65 | | Brayden Schenn | 89

+/-

Alden Hirschfeld | +6 | | Oliver Lauridsen | +6


Fighting Majors


Bobby Robbins | 14 | | Cullen Eddy | 5






Goalie Stats:


Providence


GOALIE| RECORD| GP| TGA| GAA| SO| SV| SV%

Niklas Svedburg | 9-4-1| 15| 34| 2.36| 1| 398| 0.921
Michael Hutchinson | 2-4-1| 8| 21| 3.02| 0| 161| 0.885


Adirondack

Scott Monroe | 7-5-0| 14| 32| 2.51| 1| 356| 0.918
Cal Heeter | 3-7-0| 10| 30| 3.26| 0| 234| 0.886



The referee for tonight's game is:

Jean Hebert

The linesman:

Brian MacDonald & Todd Whittemore


Other Atlantic Division Games:


Worcester @ Manchester

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I'll be there with my son. Anyone else going?

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I'll be there with my son. Anyone else going?
I am, no football till monday so a rare sunday game for me.

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I'll be there as well.

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from Mark Drivver twitter:

Torey Krug out w/lower body today for PBruins. Button in his place. Svedberg starts. Looking forward to seeing Harry Z. & Adirondack studs

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Cool. We're off. Hopefully we don't get lost.

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2-1 Bruins with 4:17 left in the second. Two Tardif goals.

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2-1 after two. Bruins have a 38-17 shot advantage.

A few observations/thoughts:

Tardif's first goal was a snipe into the short (glove) side, upper corner on a 2-on-1 with Sauve. Amazing shot. His second was a rebound of a Spooner shot. Goalie thought he had it. Oops.

Trotman made a tremendous sliding block on an Adirondack shot with an open net.

Button can fly. Unsurprising that he's been used at wing.

Cross looks solid to me. Not spectacular, but a good stay-at-home defenseman.

Caron made a tremendous pass from behind the goalline to set up Hirshfield (I think it was) in the slot but he couldn't get a good shot off. Caron looks good to me. He's not a Gretzky by any means but he looks fine. Hard-working and physical.

Sauve tried to stand up for a teammate after a high stick but fortunately Caron stepped in front of him. Don't even try it Max.

Spooner is VERY fast. He outskated an Adirondack player when they were even at the start and was slashed to stop a scoring chance. Bruins then scored on the PP.

Seguin is in the house.

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Adirondack ties it on a PP.

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Going to OT.

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Bruins win! MacKinnon alone in front takes a beautiful Bartkowski feed and buries it.

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Nice two wins for the Baby B's. Chase the division title now.

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2-1 after two. Bruins have a 38-17 shot advantage.

A few observations/thoughts:

Tardif's first goal was a snipe into the short (glove) side, upper corner on a 2-on-1 with Sauve. Amazing shot. His second was a rebound of a Spooner shot. Goalie thought he had it. Oops.

Trotman made a tremendous sliding block on an Adirondack shot with an open net.

Button can fly. Unsurprising that he's been used at wing.

Cross looks solid to me. Not spectacular, but a good stay-at-home defenseman.

Caron made a tremendous pass from behind the goalline to set up Hirshfield (I think it was) in the slot but he couldn't get a good shot off. Caron looks good to me. He's not a Gretzky by any means but he looks fine. Hard-working and physical.

Sauve tried to stand up for a teammate after a high stick but fortunately Caron stepped in front of him. Don't even try it Max.

Spooner is VERY fast. He outskated an Adirondack player when they were even at the start and was slashed to stop a scoring chance. Bruins then scored on the PP.

Seguin is in the house.
Thanks for the recap.

How did Warsofsky look?

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Thanks for the recap.

How did Warsofsky look?
Didn't notice him a whole lot, which IMHO is good for a defenseman. I'm going again in a couple weeks so I'll keep an eye out for him.

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Where was Seguin? I didnt see him, but i was 14 minutes late bcause I paid to park, then realized i forgot the tickets at home

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Where was Seguin? I didnt see him, but i was 14 minutes late bcause I paid to park, then realized i forgot the tickets at home
Whoops. Good thing you don't live too far away.

Don't know where Segs was sitting - he tweeted that he was at the game. I tweeted him a wave.

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Whoops. Good thing you don't live too far away.

Don't know where Segs was sitting - he tweeted that he was at the game. I tweeted him a wave.
Yea i made it home and back in 20 minutes exactly. Parking guy screwed me, ended up paying $29 to park. I know Ray Bourque has been to a few games and I believe he sits in the restaurant. Maybe Tyler was up there?

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Yea i made it home and back in 20 minutes exactly. Parking guy screwed me, ended up paying $29 to park. I know Ray Bourque has been to a few games and I believe he sits in the restaurant. Maybe Tyler was up there?
I'm not sure how things are set up there, but I've seen some pics the past few years of various Bruins at P-B's games and it looks like press box/luxury or I'd guess restaurant seating? Whatever it is, that's probably where he was.

Sorry about the parking. That blows.

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Warsofsky is at his best when he carries the puck up ice into the zone. Once he gets hemmed into his own end with an even minimal forecheck looking for outlet passes or playing along the boards, watch out.

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