PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Alexandre Bolduc had two goals, Louis Domingue made 24 saves and the Portland Pirates won their fourth straight, defeating the Providence Bruins 4-2 at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center.

Bolduc scored 20 seconds into the second period on assists by Jordan Martinook and Andrew Campbell, and got his team-leading fifth goal on a power play midway through the period.

Dylan Resse and Lucas Lessio assisted on the second goal.

Bolduc also has seven assists and leads the Pirates in points with 12.

Bolduc hadn’t scored since Oct. 24, the last of a three-game goal streak.

Henrik Samuelson added a power-play goal in the first period, and Tyler Gaudet scored short-handed nine minutes into the third.

Justin Florek had a short-handed goal in the second period, and Ben Youds scored with 1:26 left for the Bruins, who ended a five-game win streak.

The Pirates have benefited from their special teams during their winning streak.

Portland has converted five of 12 power plays and has three short-handed goals in its last four games while killing off 19 of 21 short-handed situations, including the last 12.

Portland held the Albany Devils scoreless in seven chances during a win Sunday, and nullified the Bruins’ five opportunities Friday night.

The Pirates had scored on just four of 30 power plays over their first seven games.