Wyatt Smith had a goal and two assists and Steve Regier scored twice in the third period as Bridgeport doubled up Norfolk, 6-3, in a Sunday afternoon affair at the Arena at Harbor Yard.
With the win, the Sound Tigers improved to 12-2-1-2 in their last 17 home games.
Masi Marjamaki, Jeremy Colliton and Chris Thompson also scored for the Sound Tigers. Thompson’s goal, his first in 48 career AHL contests, snapped a 3-3 tie late in the second period.
Wade Dubielewicz finished with 42 saves as Bridgeport started the Admirals off on their 11-game road trip with a loss, and moved past Norfolk into sole possession of third place in the East Division.
Nathan Barrett led the Admirals with a goal and an assist on the afternoon.
Elsewhere on Sunday:Ben Simon scored one goal and assisted on another as Syracuse tied a franchise record with its seventh win in a row, 5-2 over BinghamtonPascal Pelletier‘s hat trick helped Providence roll to an 8-3 win over visiting Wilkes-Barre/ScrantonCaptain Paul Healey scored two goals for the second straight game as Lowell defeated Springfield, 4-1Brad Winchester capped a three-point game by scoring the winning goal with 6:09 left in regulation, lifting Hamilton to a 3-2 victory over OmahaThomas Pock recorded a goal and two assists as Hartford upped its points streak to eight games (7-0-0-1) with a 4-3 win in PortlandFrederic Cassivi, a Calder Cup champion with Chicago in 2002, made 33 saves as Hershey defeated the Wolves, 3-1Brad Smyth and Lauri Tukonen had a goal and an assist each as Manchester overcame Philadelphia’s four-goal first period and defeated the Phantoms in a shootout, 5-4Charles Linglet‘s second-period goal sparked Peoria’s rally from two goals down, and his score in the sixth shootout round gave the Rivermen a 4-3 win over MilwaukeeCraig Valette snapped a tie early in the third period as Cleveland ended its 13-game winless streak with a 4-2 win in Rochester