Coming off an impressive 6-1 win against the Hartford Wolf Pack on Friday, the Hershey Bears kept the momentum going for a tight game against the Toronto Marlies. Both teams exchanged goals, but it was the Hershey Bears who came out victorious in the end holding onto their one goal lead.
The Hershey Bears are now one point behind the fourth place Bridgeport Sound Tigers, who the team plays on today. A win would be big in the standings and playoff push for sure.
Let’s start off with this amazing photo of Hubert Labrie
The sadness that sets in when your favorite twig breaks.
And the smiles when your teammates make fun of you for it.
Could this be the last time we Stanislav Galiev in a Bears’ sweater?
Little bit of shovin’. I love the kid’s reaction along the glass.
When you flash the glove but miss the puck – that would be me. I feel for you Milner.
Taking a knee and getting ready for the game.
Some linesman in training practice dropping the puck with the team captains.
New arrival Tom Gilbert is a starter for his debut in Chocolatetown.
Caps’ fans should recognize this guy! Brooks Laich made his first return to the Giant Center since the 05-06 season.
Zach Sill wanted to go, but Marlies d-man Travis Dermott was not having it.
Thoughts of the Marlies player: “I can’t handle a fight with you. Are you kidding me?”
Sometimes crashing the net comes at a price.
Hands up for Chris Bourque’s goal!
What did you just say to me?
Darren Dietz scores a beauty of a goal to tie the game
So smiley. It makes me happy.
Good to see him get on the scoresheet after being scratched for a few games.
That feeling when you score the gamewinner.
Nice goal dude. High five.
Empty net. Extra man. One minute remaining. Everybody up.
Joe Cannata nets a win with a solid performance in his return from South Carolina.
Handshakes for Liam.
and handshakes for Djoos.
By: Tori Hartman