Found February 19, 2012 on
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By Brian Ring
Providence, RI, February 19, 2012 - The Connecticut Whale were defeated by the Providence Bruins, 4-3, Sunday afternoon at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center. Carter Camper led the Bruins with a hat trick, including the third-period game-winning goal.
Andre Deveaux scored twice, and Kris Newbury had two assists, in the Whale’s first regulation loss in their last nine games (7-1-1-0).
“We really would have liked to have had two more points here tonight,” said Whale head coach Ken Gernander. “But we made some mistakes that cost you games and that’s often times the case when you don’t win.”
Camper scored the first goal of the game 5:47 into the first period, as he beat Whale goaltender Cam Talbot (35 saves) off of a pass from behind the net by Zach Hamill. Calle Ridderwall also assisted on the goal.
The Whale would tie the game back up just 1:26 later, as Mats Zuccarello and Deveaux entered the Providence zone on a two-on-one break. Quick passing opened up space behind Bruin...
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