Chris Wagner Logs First Goal Of AHL Season To Tie Game In Third Period

Wagner came up in a big spot


Chris Wagner last week revealed his goals for his time in the AHL.

The NHL veteran was demoted to the Providence Bruins after he cleared waivers, and he shared that he was wanted to rediscover his love for the game following a down year with the Boston Bruins.

Well, it seems Wagner is off to a strong start.

Skating in his second game with the P-Bruins, Wagner scored an equalizer in the third period against the Hartford Wolf Pack. His power play goal came in the third period to tie the game 3-3.

Jack Studnika notched a goal and an assist, Jakub Lauko had two helpers and Samuel Asselin scored his first goal of the season. But Providence eventually fell in a shootout.

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