Bears Bounce Back, Bite Worcester 4-1

On March 24, 2013, in Game Recap, by Matt Trust

Worcester and Hershey face off in a game earlier in the season (Worcester Sharks Facebook Page)

Desperate for a win to close out the weekend, the Hershey Bears battled the Worcester Sharks for a Sunday matinee at the DCU Center. Following two crushing losses in Connecticut and Manchester, Garrett Mitchell received first star honors in a 4-1 victory over the Sharks.

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Boardwalk Hall before today’s game (Photo via @ScottStuccio)

Sunday afternoon the Hershey Bears traveled to Atlantic City to face the Albany Devils at the historic Boardwalk Hall. A night after his 40 save shutout spectacle, Philipp Grubauer received his second straight start in goal. Defensive turnovers and let downs in front of Grubauer led to a 6-4 loss on the Atlantic City Boardwalk.

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Hershey Cannot Stop Ice Caps, Lose 2-1

On November 11, 2012, in Game Recap, by Kyle Mace

HERSHEY, PA – Zach Hamill plays the puck in front of St. John’s net during Hershey 2-1 loss to the Ice Caps (Tim Stough – Sweetest Hockey On Earth)

Hershey Bears fans welcomed an old friend back to Giant Center, but his new team wasn’t very friendly. Former Bears defenseman Dean Arsene returned as a member of the St John’s IceCaps and helped beat the Bears 2-1 at Giant Center on Saturday night.

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Photo courtesy: Liam Edson

Friday the Hershey Bears looked to leap over the Springfield Falcons on the road for their fourth win of the year. Entering against the 5-1-0-1 Falcons, Braden Holtby received the nod to start in goal. It was Holtby’s first start since his 35-save shutout over Albany, six days prior. In front of a Springfield crowd of 3,489 fans, Boyd Kane and Matt Pope found the score sheet and Stan Galiev had the game-winning goal in the shootout as the Bears topped the Falcons, 3-2 (SO).

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Bears Drop Their Second Game in a Row, 3-2 (SO)

On March 10, 2012, in Game Recap, by Kathryn Hedrick

After being on the wrong end of a 6-1 thrashing last night, the Bears had a second chance to show their stuff against the St. John’s IceCaps.

The Bears weren’t able to get into a groove in the first period as both teams were in and out of the penalty boxes. But Ryan Potulny gave the Bears their first ever lead against the IceCaps with a power play goal a few minutes into the second period.

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The team to go the rest of the way…

On March 6, 2012, in News, by Brian Mills

Yesterday’s AHL Clear Day deadline has come and gone. From now til the end of the season, these will be the players in the Bears lineup. Exceptions of course for call-ups and injuries. Take a look at who made the list after the jump.

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Chris Bourque celebrates with Ryan Potulny after #22 scored the game winner for Hershey in overtime (All photos by Kyle Mace)

22. Ryan Potulny’s number. Also the number of seconds into over time he scored his 22nd goal of the season. That was also the game winning goal, giving Hershey a 2-1 win over the Springfield Falcons.

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SOS: Admirals’ Iceberg Sinks Hershey’s Titanic

On February 25, 2012, in Game Recap, by Kyle Mace

Braden Holtby looks back at one of Norfolk four goals from tonight’s game. (All photos by Kyle Mace)

Have you ever played the game Battleship? It felt like the Bears and Admirals were playing it tonight with both teams going back and forth all night long. But Norfolk was the winner of this game, hitting B1, 2, 3, and 4 and sinking S.S. Bears, 4-3.

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Rochester Americans send Hershey Packing, 5-2

On February 22, 2012, in Game Recap, by Kathryn Hedrick

In a match-up of the league’s most storied teams, the Bears were looking for a solid win on the road after experience some issues in this stretch.

Sadly, it didn’t turn out like they hoped. It started off just like we wanted it to. A gritty play resulted in Matt Pope chipping at puck at David Leggio. It took a nice bounce and hopped into the goal. But the Amerks scored on the power play and then during the final minute of the period to take the lead.

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Bears Drop Penalty-Filled Game against Admirals, 2-1

On January 27, 2012, in Game Recap, by Kathryn Hedrick

Graham Mink collides with a Norfolk Admiral. Photo by John Wright.

It’s almost time for the All-Star break but first the Hershey Bears have to play back-to-back games against the Norfolk Admirals.

The Hershey Bears have picked up many rivals throughout the years. It’s not much of a secret that these teams always play a tough game against each other. The first period saw seven combined penalties and no score.

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