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2019-20 Hershey Bears' Schedule
2019-20 Hershey Bears’ Schedule
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  • Hershey Builds on Hot Start (2/28/2021) by Jeff Falk - BY DON SCOTT The Hershey Bears began their latest three-games-in four-days stretch on Wednesday with a 4-2 loss in Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, then handed the Binghamton Devils a 6-3 home loss on Friday, before posting a 3-0 triumph on Giant Center ice Saturday. On Wednesday, Radim Zohorna scored twice, including his first AHL goal, to lead Wilkes-Barre/Scranton to its […]
  • Hershey’s Working on a Roll (2/21/2021) by Jeff Falk - BY DON SCOTT It was a big Saturday afternoon for the Hershey Bears, as rookie Connor McMichael got his first pro hat trick, goalie Zach Fucale made 34 saves in his initial game and the Bears scoring a 3-1 victory over the visiting Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins. It was Hershey’s first home win this season.  “The play […]
  • Spencer Carbery Pleased With His Bears’ Start (2/20/2021) by Jeff Falk - BY DON SCOTT The Hershey Bears season opener with Binghamton on February 5 had to be rescheduled to mid-February, as one of the five games they have been unable to play as of this past Saturday. Prior to that game, head coach Spencer Carbery talked about how he felt the team has been playing in […]
  • With Another Road Triumph, Hershey Remains Unbeaten (2/18/2021) by Jeff Falk - BY DON SCOTT The Hershey Bears unloaded 43 shots on Wednesday, but only two found the back of the net and that was just enough for them to record a 2-1 road victory over the Binghamton Devils.  The Bears held a 13-5 edge in shots in the first period, but trailed 1-0 on Reilly Walsh’s […]
  • Phantoms Nudge Hershey in Overtime (2/15/2021) by Jeff Falk - BY DON SCOTT The Hershey Bears needed just 16 seconds to take a 1-0 lead in Sunday’s Valentine’s Day game with the visiting Lehigh Valley Phantoms. But it was the Phantoms who ended up with a 5-4 overtime win. Joe Snively’s first goal of the season was set up by Reece Willcox and Lucas Johanson […]
  • Bears Earn First Win, On the Road (2/12/2021) by Jeff Falk - BY DON SCOTT On Thursday night, the Hershey Bears scored 1:22 into the game, then had to hold on to claim a 3-2 road win in Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, despite playing part of the second and all of the third period with just four defenseman.  Just 1:22 into the game, Matt Moulson scored his first goal of […]
  • Long-Awaited Hershey Bears’ Return Ends with Loss in Overtime (2/7/2021) by Jeff Falk - BY DON SCOTT On Saturday night at Giant Center, the Hershey Bears ended 335 days between games with a 2-1 overtime loss to the Lehigh Valley Phantoms in their 2021 season opener. The result marked the fourth consecutive season that Hershey suffered a loss to start their home schedule. The Bears took a 1-0 lead […]
  • 2020-21 Hershey Bears’ Schedule (2/1/2021) by Jeff Falk -   Feb. 5 at Binghamton 7:00 pm EST   Feb. 6 Lehigh Valley 4:00 pm EST   Feb. 11 at Wilkes-Barre/Scranton 5:00 pm EST   Feb. 14 Lehigh Valley 1:00 pm EST   Feb. 20 Wilkes-Barre/Scranton 1:00 pm EST   Feb. 24 at Wilkes-Barre/Scranton 5:00 pm EST   Feb. 26 at Binghamton 7:00 pm EST […]
  • Hershey Will Play AHL Season That May Not Include Calder Cup (1/26/2021) by Jeff Falk - BY DON SCOTT Spencer Carberry, who will start his third season as the Hershey Bears’ head coach, held a Zoom press meeting on Monday, after three days of practice that featured 27 players on the ice. The 15 forwards are Kody Clark, Axel Jonsson-Fjallby, Shane Gersich, Caleb Herbert, Kale Kessy, Brett Leason, Philippe Maillet, Mason […]
  • For Scott Allen, Off-Season’s Been a Hair-Raising Experience (1/12/2021) by Don Scott - BY DON SCOTT Hershey assistant coach Scott Allen finished last year, his initial season with the Bears, with a total of 62 games behind the benchm before the American Hockey League ended its season in mid-March, due to the COVID-19 virus. His second season will be an even shorter one for the same reason. That’s […]