Trailing 2-1 Saturday night in Springfield, Hershey would even the score at the 15:17 mark of the second period on a highlight reel goal from Zach Sanford.
With Hershey shorthanded, Sanford skated the puck down the left wing, toe-dragged around forward Sena Acolatse to the middle of the ice, and lifted a backhander over the glove of Berra to make it 2-2.
The goal was Sanford’s ninth of the season and his second shorthanded goal of the year.
Newly acquired goalie, Parker Milner made 30 saves in his Hershey debut and Liam O’Brien scored with just over three minutes to play as the Bears topped the Springfield Thunderbirds 4-2 on Saturday night at the MassMutual Center. In three road games this week, Hershey collected five of a possible six points, going 2-0-0-1.
Video via Andrew Gallant
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By Jon Sorensen
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