Providence Bruins Providence Bruins Even Up The Series With Syracuse With An OT Winner Share Tweet Published 3 months ago on May 22, 2017 By Justin Doyle Providence Ties The Series At 1 Last night was game two of the Conference finals against the Syracuse Crunch. The Providence Bruins fell in-game one. The Bruins were looking to even the series and they did just that. Syracuse got an early lead scoring just 1 minute into the game. The Crunch were able to hold the lead for the rest of the period as the Bruins were not able to produce many scoring chances. After a great penalty kill the P-Bâ€™s were able to gain some life and energy and started making chances. Then late in the second they found themselves on the power play. Danton Heinen was able to find Jordan Szwarz in and Szwarz was able to put ti in and tie the game at one. Thus the game was tied at one heading into the third. The third went scoreless with plenty of chances from both teams, and so overtime was needed. Finally at 8:28 of OT Wayne Simpson found Szwarz again at the tops of the circles and Szwarz fired a wrister that found its way through and gave the Bruins the win. ICYMI - a quick look at tonightâ€™s OT game winner from @ahlbruins forward Jordan Szwarz #letsgobruins #pbruinspride pic.twitter.com/GqmF7Eo0G3 â€” Providence Bruins (@AHLBruins) May 22, 2017 Related Topics:Calder CupfeaturedProvidence BruinsProvidence Bruins Playoffs Up Next Providence Bruins Unable To Complete The Comeback In Game 3 Loss Don't Miss Providence Bruins Are Headed To The Conference Finals Justin Doyle Justin is a Computer Networking student at Wentworth Institute of Technology and joined the Trifecta Network as an Editor in February of 2016 and is a guest on Down to the WIRE Sports Talk. Continue Reading Advertisement You may like AHL To Allow Players Under Contract To Attend 2018 OlympicsÂ Providence Bruins 2017-2018 Regular Season Schedule Released Providence Bruins Defense Non-existent And Get Blown Out In Game 4 Against Syracuse Providence Bruins Unable To Complete The Comeback In Game 3 Loss Providence Bruins Are Headed To The Conference Finals Providence Bruins Rally Back As They Head To Game Seven NHL AHL To Allow Players Under Contract To Attend 2018 OlympicsÂ Published 1 month ago on July 20, 2017 By Tanner Rebelo American Hockey League To Allow Players Under Contract To Attend 2018 Olympics According to an AP report, the American Hockey League (AHL) will be letting their players attend the 2018Â winter Olympics. David Andrews, the CEO and President of the league confirmed on Wednesday that teams were informed they could loan players on AHL contracts to national teams. The AHL league office sent a memo to its 30 clubs stating that they can loan players for the Olympics from FebruaryÂ 5th to the 26th. This is big news with the NHL barring its players to go for the first time since 1994. One thing that has been held up is the concept of allowing players assigned to the AHL or ones on one or two-way NHL contracts. According to the AHL, nothing has been made of these players yet. NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly denied a Canadian Broadcasting Corporation reports that the league had told its 31 teams that AHL players could be loaned to play in the Olympics. It was an AHL memo sent at the direction of that leagueâ€™s board of governors without any sort of NHL approval. “I would guess weâ€™re going to lose a fair number of players,” Andrews said in April. “Not just to Canada and the U.S., but weâ€™re going to lose some players to other teams, as well. But weâ€™re used to that. Every team in our league has usually got two or three guys who are on recalls to the NHL, so itâ€™s not going to really change our competitive integrity or anything else.” The U.S. and Canada are expected to rely on players in European leagues and college and junior hockey to fill out Olympic rosters. That being said, there are certain NHL players like Alexander Ovechkin who will ignore the NHL policy and play for his home country. Continue Reading Boston Bruins Providence Bruins 2017-2018 Regular Season Schedule Released Published 2 months ago on July 13, 2017 By Justin Doyle Providence Has Released The 2017-2018 Regular Season Schedule Earlier this week the Providence Bruins announced their regularÂ season schedule for the 2017-18 season. Providence will kick off the season against Springfield in Providence on Saturday, October 7 at 7:05. Oddly enough their last game of the season is also at home against Springfield. Here is their full season schedule and their home schedule. Here are some notable nights on the schedule: Saturday, September 30: Preseason Game & Fanfest Saturday, October 7: Opening Night in Providence (vs. SPR) Friday, October 13: Pink in the Rink (vs. SPR) Friday, January 26: Military Appreciation Night (vs. HER) Friday, March 23 & Saturday, March 24: Star Wars Weekend (vs. LV) Sunday, April 15: Regular season finale and Fan Appreciation Day (vs. SPR) Continue Reading Boston Bruins Boston Bruins Rumor: Tommy Cross Resigned To Two-Way Contract Published 3 months ago on June 14, 2017 By Tanner Rebelo Boston Bruins Rumor: Depth Defenseman Tommy Cross Resigned To Two-Way Contract With the Stanley Cup now in the rearview mirror it is business as usual around the NHL and that includes the Boston Bruins. On Wednesday morning it is being reported that the Boston Bruins have resigned Tommy Cross to a 1 year deal worth $650 thousand. The contract is a two-way deal that will provide young players in the AHL with a veteran role model. Cross, 27-years-old, is a left shot defenseman who has been in the Bruins organization since being drafted in 2007 in the second round with the 35th overall pick when he was just 18-years-old. He played four years at Boston College and first played professionally in Providence in the 2011-2012 season and his first full season as a pro came a year later in 2012-13. At Boston College Cross was part of two NCAA National Championship teams with one being in 2010 and the second coming in his senior where he was the Captain of Boston College in their National Title run. In his senior year at BC CrossÂ set career highs in games played (44), assists (19) points (24) and penalty minutes (66) during the regular season. Cross is entering his sixth year in the Bruins organization and at the NHL level he has played in 3 regular season games, all three came in the 2015-16 campaign where he recorded his first NHL career point with an assist. In the playoffs this past season Cross was called upon to play in one game where he provided a positive impact recording an assist and finished the game with a +1 in the overtime loss against Ottawa on 4/17. The depth defenseman played in 74 games last season for the Providence Bruins recording 35 points and a +18 +/-. In the AHL playoffs Cross was very effective playing in 16 games recording 9 points. The signing is the fifth time Boston has resigned Cross and he will likely serve as a veteran leader in Providence and be called upon as a depth defenseman in Boston if needed. It is worth noting that Cross will likely not be protected by Boston in the NHL expansion draft and could in theory be picked by Las Vegas. 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