Friday, October 28, 2011

This Date In Providence Bruins History: October 28

1992: Grigori Panteleev scores his first North American professional goal to give the P-Bruins a 5-4 walkoff win at New Haven. It is the franchise’s first-ever regular-season road victory after losing on its first six tries.

1994: Grigori Panteleev scores twice and the power play inserts three conversions, including two on a five-minute major, as part of a 7-2 romp over the visiting Albany River Rats.

1995: Tod Hartje scores his second shorthanded goal of the season while Clayton Beddoes, Ted Crowley and Marc Potvin all convert on the power play before Tim Sweeney busts a 4-4 tie en route to a 5-4 win at Hershey.

2006: Martins Karsums, Tyler Redenbach and Petr Tenkrat all have three-point nights as part of a 7-4 victory at Portland. Pierre-Alexandre Parenteau nails a hat trick in the losing cause for the Pirates.