Senators Hand P-Bruins Loss In Return From COVID-19 Pause

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Providence Bruins Press Release

PROVIDENCE, RI – Jack Studnicka scored his fourth goal of the season and Jakub Lauko recorded his sixth assist, but the Providence Bruins fell to the Belleville Senators on Friday night, 4-1. Tonight’s contest marked Providence’s first game since November 27. The P-Bruins went four-for-five on the penalty kill, but failed to score a power play goal and were outshot, 34-25.

 

STATS

– Jack Studnicka scored his fourth goal of the season
and second in the last two games. He has recorded a
point in three consecutive contests and led the team
with six shots tonight.
– Jakub Lauko recorded his sixth assist of the season
on Studnicka’s goal. The Praha, Czech Republic,
native has recorded nine points (3G, 6A) in 18 games
this season.
– Kyle Keyser got the start in goal for Providence and recorded 30 saves on 34 shots.
– Six different skaters made their season debut for the
P-Bruins tonight.
– Jesper Froden fired four shots on goal and has
recorded at least one shot on net in every game this
season.

 

NEXT GAME

– The P-Bruins will travel to Springfield, Massachusetts
and take on the Springfield Thunderbirds on Saturday,
December 11 at MassMutual Center. Puck drop is set
for 7:05 p.m. ET

 

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