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  • Boyd Sparks Hershey Victory (10/14/2019) by Don Scott - By Don Scott Travis Boyd scored twice for the second straight game and Pheonix Copley came within 1:25 of recording a shutout Sunday, in Hershey’s 5-1 victory over Wilkes-Barre/Scranton on the Giant Center ice. After hitting two goal posts in the first period, Christian Djoos setup Boyd at the 15:27 mark on a power-play strike, then […]
  • Bears Pick Up Initial Triumph of Season (10/13/2019) by Don Scott - By Don Scott The Hershey Bears hit the road for the first time this season on Saturday, and had to overcome three separate one-goal deficits, then take its only lead of the contest with one second remaining in overtime, to claim a 4-3 victory over the Lehigh Valley Phantoms. Travis Boyd, making his season debut […]
  • Hershey Seeks to Build Upon Last Season’s Success (10/9/2019) by Don Scott - BY DON SCOTT Before the start of the regular season, Hershey head coach Spencer Carberry talked about the bizarre 2018-19 season, one that saw the Bears go from the bottom of the league in December to within a point of finishing in second place in the division, and winning the opening round of Calder Cup […]
  • Hershey Loses a Game, But Gains a Point (10/7/2019) by Jeff Falk - By Don Scott HERSHEY – Brendan Gaunce poked a loose puck past Pheonix Copley, after an initial shot by Alex Petrovic was stopped at 3:59 of overtime Sunday night, to give the visiting Providence Bruins a 2-1 victory over the Bears at Giant Center. Despite the Bruins not getting a shot until eight minutes into […]
  • Chocolate and White Encounter Defeat in Opener (10/6/2019) by Don Scott - By Don Scott The Hershey Bears needed just 62 seconds to take a 1-0 lead over the visiting Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins in the home opener at Giant Center on Saturday night, but when the final buzzer sounded it was the Penguins who claimed a 4-3 victory. Rookie defenseman Alex Alexeyev, in his first pro game and on his […]
  • Hershey Ends Preseason on High Note (10/3/2019) by Don Scott - By Don Scott For the first time in three preseason contests, the Hershey Bears took a 1-0 first period lead, then finished with a 2-0 road win over the Lehigh Valley Phantoms on Monday. Vitek Vanecek recorded the shutout for the Bears, stopping all 26 shots he faced to help Hershey complete the three-games with […]
  • Hershey Evens Its Preseason Slate (10/2/2019) by Don Scott - Trailing 1-0 after two periods in Saturday’s pre-season test with the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins on Giant Center ice, the Bears pulled even in the third period to force overtime, where they claimed a 2-1 victory. As in Friday’s contest, the teams skated through a scoreless opening frame before the Pens scored with 10 seconds remaining in […]
  • Bears Fall to Baby Pens in Exhibition Opener (10/1/2019) by Don Scott -   Hershey goaltender Logan Thompson stopped 18 of 19 shots, but the Bears dropped a 2-0 road decision Friday night to the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins, in the opener of the Bears’ three-game pre-season schedule. Following a scoreless opening period, the Penguins needed just 10 seconds into a power play to take a 1-0 lead when Sam […]
  • Fox Yearns to be a Bear (9/30/2019) by Don Scott -   Dillan Fox, a 2009 graduate of Lower Dauphin High School, made his first appearance on the Giant Center ice Monday as an invitee to the Hershey Bears 2019 training camp. During his senior year senior year in high school, he played for the Central Penn Panthers, also played a couple years for the Hershey […]
  • Bears Will Use Training Camp to Sort Out Some Things (9/29/2019) by Don Scott -   The Hershey Bears 2019 training camp opened Monday with 30 players (three goaltenders, 10 defenseman, 17 forwards) taking to the ice in preparation for three pre-season games starting Friday at Wilkes-Barre/Scranton. Saturday the same two teams will faceoff at Giant Center in Hershey, then the Bears travel to Lehigh Valley Monday. Only ten players […]