The Hershey Bears won an East Division battle over the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins in dramatic fashion when Graham Mink scored the game winner with eight seconds remaining in overtime, wrapping up a 3-2 victory for the home team.
Mink’s goal, which came on the power play, was his 19th of the season.
Hershey got out to an early lead on first period goals by Kris Beech and Tomas Fleischmann. Beech also assisted on Fleischmann’s goal and now has a team-leading 55 points (21g, 34a) on the season.
The Pens would strike back in the second period on goals by Daniel Carcillo and Krystofer Kolanos.
Hershey’s Frederic Cassivi stopped 20 of 22 shots picking up his league-leading 32nd win of the season. Dany Sabourin played well in the loss, making 41 saves on 44 shots.
The Bears (41-19-3-10, 95 pts.) and the Penguins (45-16-5-5, 100 pts.) completed their season series with the Pens finishing with the 6-1-2-1 advantage.
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