Saturday hosted one of those rare nights where both the NHL and their AHL affiliates would squared off on the same day. The AHL Connecticut Whale did their part with a 4-2 victory, their fifth in seven tries, against the Worcester Sharks. After that game concluded, some three hours later the parent New York Rangers went on to beat the San Jose Sharks in a shootout 3-2.
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LATE GOAL BY BOWMAN BURIES BRUINS
Samson adds goal, assist; Teams to meet again Tuesday
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – After trading goals all game, The Charlotte Checkers used a late third period tally to beat the Providence Bruins, 4-3, on Sunday afternoon.
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Dale Weise returned to the Connecticut Whale and potted two goals. Maxime Sauve matched Weise’s two goals with two of his own for the visiting Providence Bruins. The Whale took five two-minute penalties in the third period allowing two power play goals and went on to drop a 4-2 decision to the visiting P-Bruins at the XL Center in front of 3,119 Tuesday night.
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