Hershey 4, Bridgeport 3 Overtime Final

New York Islander Fan Central | 4/14/2010 06:04:00 PM |
Hershey leads series 1-0.
1. BRI Smith, (1) , 5:40
1. BRI Martin, (1) (Bentivoglio, MacDonald), 15:14
2. HER Giroux, (1) (Aucoin, Amadio), 5:33
2. BRI MacDonald, (1) (Reese, Reich), 19:59
3. HER Bouchard, (1) (Wellar, Wilson), 14:14
3. HER Perreault, (1) (Giroux, Bourque), 18:52
OT: HER Joudrey, (1)

AHL.com: Has the recap of Bridgeport's 4-3 overtime loss after leading by two in third.

NYIFC Comments:
Game was more than there for Bridgeport with Holtby shaky and pk doing a great job, no idea if high stick on tying goal but Bridgeport had two goal lead and opposing goalie out in a game that would have had Hershey doing some serious second guessing.

Munroe was good, he did not have to steal the game from the opening minute as Bears seemed a step behind for much of this game.

If series goes deep and Bridgeport comes up short it's the game you absolutely know you had to take.
Twitter updates listening to Sound Tigers audio web-cast of game one.

Radio/webcast/audiocast coverage from Bridgeport Sound Tigers games are announced by Carmine Vetrano here Hershey is covered by WQIC 100.1 FM and Sportsjuice.com which will start it's pre-game at 6:40pm Wednesday.

AHL.com: Will have game center up at 7pm with lineups/live box-score.

For those who wish to watch I'm sure that option is available through pay services on Neulion/AHL. If I discover something for free I will post it here during night or have it available for game two.

Aside from that the full media/twitter/blog coverage is available from both clubs on sidebars.

Updated: All radio/webcast are working and free for both teams, Scott Munroe for Bridgeport starting in net. Brendan Witt out along with Klementyev/Motherwell and Justin Dibenetetto.

Rhett Rakhshani is playing his first AHL playoff game paired with Mike Radja.

Reese-MacDonald paired to start game, Dustin Kohn is back playing and Trevor Smith opened scoring and hit a crossbar going for his second. Holtby not having a good start for Bears. Matt Martin has made it 2-0 for Bridgeport.

Twittering from this point during game one.

Let the playoffs begin.

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