Thursday, May 23, 2013
From staff reports
HERSHEY, Pa. - Michael Stone scored the go-ahead goal midway through the second period and also collected an assist as the Portland Pirates earned a 3-1 victory Sunday over the Hershey Bears in front of a crowd of 7,810 at the Giant Center.
Hershey Bears' Stanislav Galiev (10) fights for the puck with Portland Pirates Mathieu Brodeur (6) during the second period of their AHL hockey game Sunday in Hershey, Pa. Portland won 3-1.
The Associated Press
WHO: Pirates vs. Worcester
WHEN: 7 p.m. Wednesday
Hershey's Tomas Kundratek scored a power-play goal 6:18 into the game, while Stone was serving a penalty for cross checking.
The Pirates, playing their third road game in three days, tied it with six minutes left in the opening period on a goal by Andy Miele, assisted by Chris Conner and Stone.
Stone put the Pirates ahead at 10:36 of the second period, with assists from Jordan Szwarz and Mathieu Brodeur.
Brodeur picked up a second assist when Alexandre Bolduc closed out the scoring at 10:05 of the third period.
Portland goalie Chad Johnson made 22 saves. Braden Holtby finished with 31 saves for Hershey.