Hershey Bears head to Cleveland up 2-0 in Eastern Conference Finals of Calder Cup Playoffs

Just two wins away from a return to the Calder Cup Finals
Ethen Frank, Hershey Bears
Ethen Frank, Hershey Bears / Travis Boyd/Special to the Daily News /
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Tonight the Hershey Bears will take the ice in a crazy environment that usually houses the NBA's Cavs. Nonetheless it's a big game against the Cleveland Monsters with the Bears sitting up two games to none in the best of seven series.

You can catch the game at 7 p.m. and if you can't make it out to Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse no sweat because you can see it on TV on WPMT FOX in the Hershey market, AHLTV and NHL Netowrk nationally or if you're in the DC market the game is on Monumental Sports Network no pun intended.

You can hear the game on FOX Sports AM 1460 or on Caps Radio 24/7. The Bears note that radio pre game coverage starts at 6:30 p.m. while TV coverage starts at 7 p.m. on the dot.

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If you live in the Hershey area and want to watch with other Bears fans, there's a watch party at Aroogas on 637 E Main St, Hummelstown, PA with the zip code 17036 and reservations are preferred while seating is on a first come, first serve basis.

The Bears are up two games to none thanks to two thrilling overtime games at a sold out GIANT Center. In Game 2, Garrett Roe opened the scoring with a power play goal. After the Monsters tied it, Ethen Frank put the Bears back ahead. Pierrick Dube would be the winner with the overtime goal at 13:54 to give the Bears the win.

Don't forget puck drop is at 7 p.m. as Hershey looks to take a 3-0 series lead. In their playoff history, the club has posted a 30-1 series record when beginning a best of seven with three straight wins.

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