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  1. Dec. 4, 2016, Syracuse @ Hershey ... Per the Fox Sports event report: "The videos that come from these events are always awesome, but the Bears' had some strategically-placed cameras to make it all even better. The camera behind the Hershey bench is especially great." I agree. Good job, Bears fans!
  2. I wouldn't have predicted this in 100 years. I thought Hershey had a shot to win the series in 7 games if a lot of things went their way. I thought Toronto in 5, with a couple blow outs by Toronto was more realistic. Even after Hershey won the first two I still thought this series had 6 games written all over it. Hershey played amazingly well in the first two games, but Toronto wasn't slacking off. Hershey just dug deep and overcame in 2 very tight games. I figured with 4 of the last 5 in Toronto it was going to be a severe uphill battle when with the 2-0 series lead. But the 8-2 blowout in game 3 came out of absolutely no where. I was sure Toronto would win this one. At home, looking to prove something. Being the genuinely better, more talented team. Etc etc.. But game 3 was an outright ass whipping. I mean there were 2 short handed goals on 1 penalty that were significant as they put the game out of reach early in the 3rd. I know the series isn't over. I know Toronto is really good and if they figure out how to turn it on they could make a series of this again. I am encouraged by something the BEars radio announcer said (technically the Caps radio announcer) about the Toronto Raptors playing a playoff game and the Red Sox being in town to face the Blue Jays both during Friday's game 4. You have to think that the Marlies aren't going to be more coveted ticket in town so maybe that building will be quiet.
  3. With Lehigh Valley and Wilkes Barre coming to Hershey this weekend, just putting out an alert to fans of those teams that may be traveling to Hershey this weekend (Especially Sunday). Giant Center is struggling right now with a new security policy and if you arent at the doors by a minimum of 6:15 you likely will miss the start of the game. Wednesday's game at Hershey was a delayed start because of this and i dont want traveling fans to have a bad experience because of it. (Feel free to move this post wherever its appropriate) just wanted to alert traveling fans to help their experience.
  4. I missed this....what the heck happened here? This doesn't look like working and playing well with others. 2 - HER Gazley, 12:57 - Unsportsmanlike conduct, 2 min 2 - HER Gazley, 12:57 - Misconduct - Unsportsmanlike conduct, (75.4) 10 min 2 - HER Sill, 12:57 - Misconduct - Continuing altercation, (46.5) 10 min 2 - HER Walker, 12:57 - Unsportsmanlike conduct, 2 min (PP) 2 - POR Acolatse, 12:57 - Misconduct - Continuing altercation, (46.5) 10 min 2 - POR Wilson, 12:57 - Unsportsmanlike conduct, 2 min 2 - POR Wilson, 12:57 - Misconduct - Unsportsmanlike conduct, (75.4) 10 min
  5. Sorry for any Sharks fans on the page, Bears win 10-4. Statement game from how we played Wednesday night. Hershey set a team record with 48 shots on goal in a playoff game, 1st time scoring 10 goals in a playoff game since Kentucky was around.
  6. From telegram.com: Bears take 2-0 lead over Worcester Sharks Worcester Sharks embark on daunting journey From ldnews.com: Hershey Bears claim Game 2, return home with 2-0 series lead From Sharkspage.com: WorSharks lose 3-1 to Hershey, now need miracle comeback to avoid elimination From sharksahl.com: Sharks drop Game 2 to Bears 3-1 From hersheybears.com: Bears 3, Sharks 1 From theahl.com: Game Summary Scorer's Sheet
  7. From telegram.com: Worcester Sharks drop playoff opener Micheal Haley ends his scoring slump From ldnews.com: Bears rally to take Game 1 in Worcester, 4-1 From Sharkspage.com: Major mistake costs WorSharks in game one loss to Hershey From sharksahl.com: Sharks drop Game 1 to the Bears 4-1 From hersheybears.com: Late power play goals propel Bears to game 1 victory From theahl.com: Game Summary Scorer's Sheet
  8. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qOZJVpGk5s0 A game that was nearly 200pims saw a brawl including a goalie fight in the 2nd period.
  9. From telegram.com: Worcester Sharks hold off Bears Haley, Moore square off once more From pennlive.com: Worcester Sharks end Hershey Bears' three-game winning streak, Pheonix Copley's shutout streak From Sharkspage.com: WorSharks end home stand on up note with 5-4 win over Hershey From sharksahl.com: Sharks end six game home stand with exciting 5-4 victory over Bears From hersheybears.com: Sharks hold on to bear Bears From theahl.com: Game Summary Scorer's sheet
  10. Bold & Underlined - Veteran Goalies: Phillip Grubauer, David Leggio Defense: Julien Brouillette, Michal Cajkovsky, Chay Genoway, David Kolomatis, Tomas Kundratek, Dmitri Orlov, Cameron Schilling, Nate Schmidt, Tyson Strachan, Patrick Wey, Patrick Wellar Forwards: Josh Brittain, Dane Byers ©, Nicolas Deschamps, Stan Galiev, Jamie Johnson, Michael Latta, Peter LeBlanc, Garrett Mitchell, John Mitchell, Joel Rechlicz, Peter Ruegsegger, Brandon Segal, Ryan Stoa, Jeff Taffe (A), Nathan Walker, Matt Watkins, Casey Wellman, Derek Whitmore 31 on the opening night roster is too heavy, IMO, and the veteran glut will create some down time for someone. Hoping things will sort themselves out in the first few weeks. Season starts tonight against the Phantoms. On the bright side, we're bigger, tougher, a little younger than last season, and loaded between the pipes. Let's do this !!
  11. Great article about Hershey with comments from players and coaches, past and present. Some nice pictures as well. Rated: PG May contain comments and pictures distressing to Portland fans. http://www.nhl.com/ice/news.htm?id=713927
  12. From telegram.com: Worcester Sharks fall in overtime to Bears From pennlive.com: Hershey Bears beat Worcester Sharks in overtime for fourth straight win From Sharkspage.com: WorSharks lose 3-2 in OT, see playoff chances hit virtually nil From sharksahl.com: WorSharks suffer overtime loss in much-needed contest against the Bears From hersheybears.com: Wellman ends nailbiter in overtime, Bears win fourth straight From theahl.com: Game Summary Game Report
  13. From telegram.com: Worcester Sharks afloat after stunning rally Dan DaSilva takes Sharks' all-time scoring lead From pennlive.com: Late rally lifts Worcester Sharks to stunning win over Hershey Bears From Sharkspage.com: WorSharks rally in third period to stun Hershey 4-2 From sharksahl.com: WorSharks rally for three late goals to top Hershey 4-2 From theahl.com: Game Summary Game Report
  14. Bruins are in 8th and Hershey in 9th. Hershey is 5 points behind and have 2 games in hand. Providence Bruins (-) vs Hershey (5) points in () are out of 8th place Providence Bruins: (home record 16-10-2-3) 33-22-2-7 75pts. third in Atlantic Division. Hershey Bears: (away record 11-13-3-1) 31-23-4-4 70pts. fourth in East Division. BRUINS SCHEDULE: Date | Opponent | Result Mar. 15 | @Springfield | 4-2 | L Mar. 16 | Hartford | 3-2 | W (ot) || Mar. 23 | Hartford | 3:05 | Mar. 26 | @W-B/Scranton | 7:05| All Time Regular Season Mettings: The Bruins are 18-16-2 all time at home vs Hershey Previous Meetings This Season: 3 Providence @ Hershey 2 Team Stat Comparison Providence | | Hershey Goals 205 | | 185 Goals Against 186 | | 179 Power Play Goals 53 | | 48 Power Play Goals Allowed 47 | | 46 Power Play Rank 2 | | 22 Penalty Kill Rank 23 | | 11 HPP Rank 14| | - APP Rank - | | 15 HPK Rank 22 | | - APK Rank - | | 14 Goals For Rank 2 tied at 4 | | 2 tied at 12 Goals Against Rank 20 | | 3 way tie for 14 PIM 962 | | 1191 Ovrall OT Record 2-2 | | 2-4 Ovrall S/O Record 10-7 | | 6-4 Last 10 Games 4-4-1-1 (W1) | | 2-6-1-1 (L1) Fighting Majors 63 | | 65 Player Stats Providence ||| Hershey| Goals Craig Cunningham | 21 | | Jeff Taffe | 17 Assists Alexander Khokhlachev | 31 | | Brandon Segal | 26 Points Alexander Khokhlachev | 50 | | Brandon Segal | 41 PP Seth Griffith | 9 | | Jeff Taffe | 9 SH 5 tied at | 1 | | 2 tied at | 2 PIM Bobby Robbins | 210 | |Dane Byers | 193 SOG Criag Cunningham | 199 | | Jeff Taffe | 162 +/- Nick Johnson | 16 | | 2 tied at | 12 Fighting Majors Bobby Robbins | 24 | | Dane Byers | 15 Goalie Stats: Providence GOALIE| RECORD| GP| TGA| GAA| SO| SV| SV% Niklas Svedburg | 21-14-3| 39| 105| 2.79| 2| 1023| 0.907 Malcolm Subban | 12-8-4| 26| 61| 2.39| 1| 669| 0.916 Hershey Ryan Gill | 2-1-0| 3| 5| 1.66| 0| 91| 0.948 David Leggio | 17-16-3| 37| 100| 2.73| 1| 1022| 0.911 Philip Grauber | 11-10-1| 22| 60| 2.73| 2| 606| 0.910 The referee for tonight's game is: The linesman:
  15. From telegram.com: Hershey Bears pin first shutout on Worcester Sharks From pennlive.com: David Leggio's shutout of Worcester Sharks sends Hershey Bears into Christmas break on high note Injured Hershey Bears F Stan Galiev will be sidelined up to two weeks From ldnews.com: Bears show bite in Worcester win From Sharkspage.com: WorSharks blanked by Bears 4-0 From sharksahl.com: Sharks fire 44 shots but no dice in Hershey From hersheybears.com: Leggio and the Bears Shut Down Sharks From theahl.com: Game Summary Game Report
  16. From telegram.com: Freddie Hamilton, Worcester Sharks ice Bears From pennlive.com: Worcester Sharks end Hershey Bears' winning streak at two F Stan Galiev, D Julien Brouillette and linesman Bob Goodman injured in Hershey Bears-Worcester Sharks game From Sharkspage.com: Hamilton, WorSharks chomp Bears, win 3-2 From sharksahl.com: Freddie is a nightmare for the Bears in Hershey From hersheybears.com: Sharks Hold on to Defeat Bears From theahl.com: Game Summary Game Report
  17. http://www.pennlive.com/sports/index.ssf/2013/05/mark_french_will_not_return_in.html No word on Troy Mann's status. With the praise I've seen given to him lately for the young Bears "D" and the penalty kill, I could see him getting the job.
  18. The 24th head coach in Bears history is Mike Haviland. Coming from the Blackhawks/Norfolk organization. What kind of coach is he? Offensive, defensive? Or doesn't it matter if he has to follow through with the Caps plan?
  19. Round 1 Best of 5 In Providence Friday April 26 and Saturday April 28 In Hershey Saturday May 4th and Sunday May 5th In Providence Wedensday May 8th If this was a 7 game series I'd say Hershey had no shot. But in a 5 game set, anything can happen. But just because anything CAN happen doesn't mean anything WILL happen. Hershey hasn't exactly been lights out down the stretch. And Providence doesn't exactly suck. Hershey has proven they can win in Providence as they did a couple weeks ago. I think the best plausible scenario for Hershey is to win in 5. There is some chance the Bears would pull off the upset, but it won't be in dominating fashion. It would take all 5 games to do it. I think the best plausible scenario for Providence is a 3 game sweep. There is a halfway decent chance the Bruins could dominate and sweep the first round. If I were a gambling man I'd bet on Providence in 4. Hershey isn't great, but they aren't awful either. I think they'll find a way to win 1, and bid their home crowd a fairwell in person after Game 4 in Hershey.
  20. capitals.nhl.com/club/news.htm?id=661100 Looks like this was announced on Wednesday, and I'm a little late. Pretty sure this one will be a Bears home game, unlike this past year's. I'm excited about it.
  21. Rumblick

    Bears weekend

    Well, now we get to see how all the changes impact the team. I like the moves (with one notable exception), but on ice is where the results will be seen. A pair of games with the first place Crunch, followed by a game in Wilkes-Barre could tell us a lot. Thing I like most about the additions is that we're bigger. Adding Deschamps, Byers, and Latta are sure to make us a tougher team to play against, and we've got talent on our top 3 lines. Should be an interesting weekend.
  22. To Preds: Filip Forsberg To Caps: Martin Erat Michael Latta(Going to Hershey)
  23. Okay, so we're out of the All-Star Break, and the Bears are 9th in the conference (which doesn't mean a lot, given that there's a 6-point spread between the 5th place team and the 13th place team). As the standings don't say much, let's look at the team itself: Goal: A bright spot, even with Holtby gone. Grubauer looks like the real goods, and Sabourin makes for a solid backup and mentor for the kid. Defense: Kundratek's got as many goals as every other D-man combined, but his -13 is way past everyone else for worst on the team. If Orlov proves he's healthy, those two will likely switch places. Hopefully, TK comes back having learned a little about playing in his own end. Schilling, who was supposed to battle for a spot in September, has been unremarkable all season. The rest of them are more or less interchangeable. No real standouts, no NHL prospects on the blue line beyond Schilling & TK. Forwards: We could easily end the season without a 25-goal guy, and only Jeff Taffe is even close to a point per game pace. Thing is, only one guy on the roster (Potulny) has a career high in goals over 30, so this really shouldn't surprise anyone. I don't know that our top 3 forwards would be top 3 anywhere else, and after that group, we're mediocre or worse. Again, prospects are an issue, with only Mitchell and possibly Hamill having even the slightest hope of seeing the NHL in the near future. Washington needs to increase their scouting budget. Drafting a little bigger would be nice, too - seems like every team that comes in is substantially bigger than us. Coaches: I think French & Mann have proven what the AHL is all about - you're as good as your talent pool. After a few years with some serious skill, the DC pool has more or less dried up and the Bears signings just aren't showing as much as we've come to expect. After being saddled with extra coaching bodies early on, F & M pushed the team to an 11-4-1 start post-Oates, but have leveled off since. I know a number of people want them gone, but I'm not sure how much more they could do given what they're working with. The Bears have won 2 of 10 games vs. the top 4 teams in the league, so a long playoff run isn't in the cards. I wonder if Yingst will make any moves in the next month or so with the players he has under Hershey contract. Movement might be possible with the lockout over. At this point, I don't think it could hurt.
  24. It is the final game and unfortuinately Park Pass Night. I only want the ticket, you can keep the park pass. If you know of anyone who is only interested in the Park Pass and has no intention of staying for tHe game, please send me a PM. THANKS A BUNCH.
  25. To Bears/Capitals Nicolas Deschamps To Marlies/Leafs: Kevin Marshall