BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — Mackenzie Weeger got his second goal of the season on a power play with 4:22 remaining Sunday to break a scoreless deadlock as the Portland Pirates completed a weekend sweep against the Bridgeport Sound Tigers with a 3-0 win at Webster Bank Arena.

The Pirates (14-11-1-0) have won six of their last seven outings, including a 2-1 victory Saturday night in Bridgeport.

Portland dominated the first period, outshooting the Sound Tigers 16-4, but had nothing to show for its effort.

The game remained scoreless until after Bridgeport’s Justin Florek received a tripping penalty with 5:50 remaining, giving the Pirates their fourth power-play opportunity. Weeger scored on a wrist shot from above the faceoff circles, with Shane Harper and Brent Regner picking up assists.

The Sound Tigers (16-12-2-1) pulled goaltender Christopher Gibson for an extra attacker with 1:42 left, but the Pirates got empty-net goals from Wayne Simpson and Garrett Wilson to seal the victory.

Mike McKenna stopped all 23 shots he faced to pick up his first shutout of the season and his 11th in a Pirates uniform, placing him second in team history behind Martin Brochu, who had 15 shutouts.

Prior to the game, defenseman Josh Brown was called up to the Pirates from the ECHL’s Manchester Monarchs. Brown has appeared in 27 games for Manchester this season, with a goal and five assists.