The Bridgeport Sound Tigers fell to the Hartford Wolf Pack by a final score of 5-2 in American Hockey League Action on Friday. There were some bright spots for the Sound Tigers as they were able to score twice on the power play, but the Wolf Pack found responses throughout the game to earn the victory.
It was the Wolf Pack getting on the board first thanks to goals by Tim Gettinger and Ty Ronning, who both found the back of the cage in the First Period of play.
Bridgeport responded with Second Period goals by Samuel Bolduc and Cole Bardreau. Hartford took over momentum of the game later in the frame thanks to goals by Ronning, Austin Rueschhoff, and Morgan Barron.
The Sound Tigers were able to outshoot Hartford 10-7 in the Third Period but were unable to find any offensive rhythm.
Cory Schneider played well in the cage for the Sound Tigers, as Schneider was able to make 22 saves on 27 shots, as the keeper is on a conditioning assignment for the New York Islanders.
The Bridgeport Sound Tigers will return to action on Monday with a game against the Providence Bruins. Face-off is set for 1:00 p.m. at the New England Sports Center.
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