Boston Bruins Prospects Roundup: Providence Bedevils Albany, 2-1, and More

December 15th, 2012 by Al Daniel Leave a reply »
The Providence Bruins and Albany Devils conducted a whole different goaltending card on a whole different synthetic pond, yet concocted the same basic result in the second installment of their season series Saturday night.

Like his colleague, Niklas Svedberg, at the expense of Keith Kinkaid at home 36 nights prior, Bruins goaltender Michael Hutchinson stamped a 2-1 shootout victory against Jeff Frazee before 3,441 viewers at Albany’s Times Union Center.

David Warsofsky outdueled Frazee in the top of the ninth “inning” of the deciding one-on-ones before Hutchinson stoned Stephen Gionta for his seventh shootout save of the night after a 28-save effort in regulation and overtime.

For the P-Bruins as a whole, this means retaining a virtual tie for first place in the Atlantic Division with the Portland Pirates, though they technically have the upper hand by virtue of games in hand.

For Hutchinson, Saturday’s upshot and unfolding carried a multifold element of redemption.

In his only pre ...

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