Providence Bruins and Dance Intermission Performances

Providence Bruins and Dance Intermission Performances

Providence Bruins and Dance Intermission Performances

This game was fun, and interesting. From no scoring in the first, to a great slap shot goal by the Providence Bruins to start the second, along with a review goal for Springfield Falcons to tie the score at 1. Before this second could be over, the Falcons would score a go ahead goal, and there was a fight, with 3:21ish to play in the 2nd. Now all that was interesting, but the amount of scoring in the 3rd, might get you a little confused. The Providence Bruins were able to tie the score at 2 with 4 minutes to play in the game. You might think ok, no more scoring is going to happen now, but you would be dead wrong. Springfield Falcons scored to take a 3-2 lead just about a minute and a half later. Now with 2 and a half minutes remaining in the game, and the Bruins down by a goal. What could possibly make this game any better, you guessed it, the Bruins tied the score at 3, with 96 seconds remaining (1:33). I am thinking could this game be won in regulation? Nope, to OT we go.

OT, was not that interesting, I think I was just so hyped up because of all the excitement that happened to end the game, this could not get any better. Well, it is possible to do so. Get to a shootout, get a goal on the first attempt, only allow one goal to Springfield in the 4th round, but getting one back to win it in the 6th round, to give Providence Bruins a 4-3 win.

Photos to come in the coming weeks!

As to what other photos and interesting facts that I have accomplished during this game was to do the Intermission Performances in the Main Lobby. For this game the intermission performances were Dance. I enjoyed both the difficulty in getting good photos along with figuring out the lighting. This setting will be more difficult on Sunday afternoon games when there is sun shining in. Although as the season goes forward, at least for a few months this might not be a problem with all of the buildings, and the sun being lower in the sky during the winter months. I accept these challenges.