The Providence Bruins lost the opening two games of their Best-of-5 series to open the Calder Cup Playoffs, while Maine was handed a first-round exit for a second straight season.
The Providence Bruins will face familiar foe Hartford in a Best-of-5 series beginning Friday, while the Maine Mariners look to fight off elimination on the road.
The Providence Bruins await their first round opponent after winning the Atlantic Division title. Meanwhile, the Maine Mariners face Reading in a rematch of last year’s first round series.
The Providence Bruins are vying for the top seed in the Eastern Conference, while the Maine Mariners are entrenched in a battle for home ice in the first round.
The Providence Bruins took a couple on the chin over the weekend while the Maine Mariners officially clinched a postseason berth.
Another strong weekend for Bruins affiliates saw Providence clinch a postseason berth and Maine inch closer to securing their playoff spot.
As both Bruins affiliates enter the home stretch, playoff positioning is on the line.
The Bruins affiliates are trending in opposite directions. While the ECHL Maine Mariners look like title contenders, the Providence Bruins have been slumping as of late.
Not a memorable weekend for the Bruins affiliates, going a combined 1-4-0 last weekend.
The Providence Bruins went 1-1-1 in three games last weekend to stay atop the Atlantic Division while the Maine Mariners keep climbing the ladder
The Providence Bruins are in first place in the Atlantic Division, while Maine is inching closer to home ice in the first round.
After going unbeaten for over a month, the Maine Mariners have suddenly been handed a dose a reality. Meanwhile, Providence rediscovered its form.
The Providence Bruins are starting to slip, while the Maine Mariners keep rolling despite their first loss in over a month.
Maine hasn’t lost in regulation in over a month, while Providence keeps showing its mettle.
The Maine Mariners are becoming the talk of the town after a perfect road trip last week. As for Providence, it’s the same winning ways in the chase for first place.
Providence skated to two big victories to close their road trip. Maine extends point streak to six games.
Providence, in the midst of a grueling eight-game road trip, has righted the ship after recent struggles. Maine is finally clicking into gear after a sluggish start.
Providence played to a series split with two overtime games against Lehigh Valley. Maine got a pair of much-needed road wins.
Providence and Maine both notched a series split over the weekend.
Providence got back in the win column with a thrilling series sweep at Syracuse over the weekend. Up in Maine, the Mariners season has been marred by inconsistency.
Providence had its torrid start halted with three losses over the weekend, while Maine’s defense returns from Canada with more questions than answers.
Providence kept it rolling with contributions from all over the roster. Maine, meanwhile, is trending in the wrong direction.
Despite the off-ice distractions and a revolving door in goal, Providence stood tall to sweep the week. Maine, meanwhile, suffered its first true setback.
Top prospects for the Providence Bruins continued to shine over the weekend while the Maine Mariners had another offensive outburst on the road.
The Providence Bruins endured a shaky start to their four-game homestand, while the Maine Mariners earned a series win on the opening weekend.
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