HERSHEY, Pa. — Connor Carrick scored short-handed with 14.8 seconds left to give the Hershey Bears a 3-2 win over the Portland Pirates, who had a four-game win streak stopped Friday night at the Giant Center.

Carrick’s goal came as Hershey was killing off a double-minor penalty.

Portland went ahead 1-0 on Logan Shaw’s sixth of the season 12:36 into the first period.

Hershey’s Chris Bourque tied it on a power play 8:06 into the second on a shot that went off defenseman Cameron Gaunce and past goalie Mike McKenna. The goal broke an 0-for-32 power-play streak for Hershey.

Dustin Gazley gave the Bears a 2-1 lead when he put in a rebound of a shot taken by Ryan Stanton 2:41 into the third.

The Pirates tied it 31 seconds later as Dylan Olsen redirected a shot by Wayne Simpson past goalie Justin Peters for his first goal.

McKenna finished with 29 saves for the Pirates, who were outshot 32-24.

Portland was given a a faceoff in the offensive zone with 1.8 seconds left after Hershey was mistakenly called for icing, but was unable to get a shot.