HERSHEY, P.a., — Sigh. The Hershey Bears had their chance to move on to the Eastern Conference Finals, but the Providence Bruins hung on to see another day, defeating Hershey 4-2. The game started great with the Bears controlling the play and ending the first period up 2-0. However, this is an elimination game and the Bruins weren’t going down with out a fight, rallying with four unanswered goals to win the game. If the Bears can channel the team that played in the first period for a full 60 minutes, we will have Game 7 in the bag. Go Bears!
Paul Carey makes his return to the Giant Center since his call-up with the Caps.
That face you make when you could get the job done in Game 6, but want to give the fans heart failure in Game 7.
Goalie is down, fans are up! It’s a goal from Chandler Stephenson.
The high five line for Chandler’s goal. Look at the facial hair on these boys.
Dustin Gazley pushing his way up the ice.
Christian Thomas darts around the Providence defender.
Ugh. They were so happy.
Ryan Bourque coming in for the rebound.
Yeah, I think this face tells it all. Game 7. Let’s do this boys!
By: Tori Hartman