Hershey Bears dominate Wolf Pack in Game 1

The Baby Caps scored six goals last night
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The Hershey Bears began the Atlantic Division Finals with a 6-1 Game 1 win at Giant Center over the Hartford Wolf Pack. The win improves the Bears playoff record to 4-1.

Bears score a 6 pack on the Wolf Pack

Chase Priskie began the scoriing at 7:40 into the first period taking a pass from Henrik Rybinksi to beat Olof Lindbolm glove side for his first of the postseason. Then Ethen Frank struck on a power play goal at 3:58 in the second period for his fourth of the Calder Cup Playoffs. Hendrix Lapierre and Joe Snively had the helpers there to double the Bears lead to 2-0.

Hunter Shepard then allowed a rare goal to Jake Leschyshyn on a breakaway at 5:42 that got Hartford on the board. The Bears would answer with a goa from Alex Limoges for his second of the playoffs at 13:23 off a rebound from Lapierre. Snivley, a native of Herndon, VA, had the extra helper for his second assist of the night.

Garrett Roe then joined the scoring party at 14:35 redirecting a shot from Lucas Johansen as Mike Vecchione had the secondary assist. It was Roe's first goal of the playoffs. In the third period Ivan Miroshnichenko made it 5-1 at 11:01, stealing the puck at the blue line and racing in to backhand it in for his third of the playoffs.

At 13:07 Jimmy Huntington scored shorthanded to round out the scoring cutting through Hartford defensive players and scoring his first of the playoffs. Rybinski and Johansen had the helpers there.

The Bears would finish with a 30-14 shot advatage as Shepard made 13 saves. The Bears went 2 for 4 on the power play whil ethe Wolf Pack went 0 for 6. You can catch the full game highlights here:

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