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Connecticut Whale 4, Bridgeport Sound Tigers 3 (OT) By Brian Ring Hartford, CT, April 22, 2012 – The Connecticut Whale defeated the Bridgeport Sound Tigers, 4-3 in overtime, Sunday night at the XL Center to sweep their first-round playoff series, three games to none. Marek Hrivik had two goals for the Whale and Casey Wellman tallied the overtime game-winner to give Connecticut their first postseason series win since 2006. “Everybody is contributing and pulling their weight and that’s what it takes, and that’s why it’s been such a good feeling tonight,” said Whale head coach Ken Gernander. The Whale took the first lead of the game on Hrivik’s third goal in the last two games, as he scored at the 6:11 mark of the first period on the power-play. Hrivik took a pass from Wellman and skated to the bottom of the circle before firing a shot through Sound Tigers goaltender Kevin Poulin (50 saves). Mike Vernace picked up the secondary assist on the goal. The Sound Tigers would end Cam Talbot’...
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