Bernier Blanks PiratesOctober 17, 2009 - American Hockey League (AHL) Portland Pirates
Bud Holloway led the Manchester offense with two goals and an assist while Viatcheslav Voynov and Scott Parse netted the other goals for the Monarchs. Andrei Loktionov added two assists in a winning effort.
The Monarchs improved to 4-2 in the win while Portland dropped to 2-4, suffering their second consecutive road shutout loss.
The game was scoreless after one. Manchester carried a 2-0 advantage into the third.
JP Lamoureux made his first career AHL start for the Pirates and allowed four goals on 27 shots.
The three stars of the game were all from the Monarchs. Bernier was the first, Holloway the second and Loktionov the third.
The Pirates continue a five game road trip tomorrow (Sunday) when they travel to Providence to meet the Bruins in a 4:05 p.m. start. The game can be heard live on News Talk WLOB 95.5FM and on-line at www.portlandpirates.com beginning with the pre-game show at 3:45 p.m.
The next Pirates home game takes place Friday, October 30th when the Lowell Devils visit the CCCC on Breast Cancer Awareness Night, presented by Paradigm Window Solutions. The Pirates will wear commemorative pink jerseys, which will be included in a silent auction during and following the game. The proceeds of the auction, as well as a portion of the game's 50/50 sales will be donated to the Maine Medical Center Cancer Institute's Breast Care Center. In addition, the Pirates have committed to donate $3 from every advanced ticket purchased through this promotion to the Maine Medical Center Cancer Institute's Breast Care Center to help promote breast health and research. In order for a donation to be made, tickets for the October 30th game must be purchased by calling the Pirates ticket office at (207) 828-4665 ext. 317. Advance or game-day tickets purchased at the CCCC Box Office will not qualify for the $3 donation.
Ticket plans for the 2009-2010 season are available at the Pirates office, located at 94 Free Street in Portland. The Pirates office is open Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. For all the information about Pirates 2009-2010 ticket plans and 2010 Time Warner Cable AHL All-Star Classic visit www.portlandpirates.com or call (207) 828-4665 Ext. 350 to speak with one of the Pirates account executives.
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