It took three games, but the Springfield Pics snapped their three-game losing streak in dramatic fashion.
The Springfield Pics dropped the first of two games to the Boston Junior Bruins 2 - 1 on Saturday night in an uneventful game, with zero penalties.
The Bruins opened up the scoring near the midway point of the game with a goal from Connor Juhasz. Alec Ernst was credited with the assist.
The Bruins then scored what would be the game-winning goal at the 7:55 mark of the 3rd period from Alec Ernst. Brayden Naumann was credited with the assist.
Gavin Rock spoiled the shutout less than a minute later. Cole Lemay was credited with the assist.
Both goaltenders were busy, as Sam Zavelson stopped 43 out of 45 shots in the loss, while Jacob Sanville stopped 51 out of 52 shots for the win.
Sunday's game was busy in the penalty box, unlike the previous matchup, with four special teams goals being scored, all in favor of the Pics, as the Pics defeated the Bruins 8-2.
Dom Ingham opened up the scoring just under 4 minutes remaining the period. Derek Boutin was credited with the assist.
Dom got his second goal just a little over 4 minutes into the second period with assists from Derek Boutin and Kade Bacon on the power play.
Carter Brunelle got what would be the game-winning goal just over a minute and a half later. Luc Fricchione and Dom Ingham were credited with the assists.
Connor O'Brien got an unassisted short-handed goal just about 3 minutes later.
Brayden Naumann spoiled the shutout midway through the 2nd period. Daniel Rau was credited with the assist.
Adam Lindahl got revenge for the goal 6 minutes later. Carter Brunelle was credited with the assist.
Dom Ingham capped his trifecta with just over 1 minute remaining in the 2nd period. Connor O'Brien and Louis Pelland were credited with the assists.
Aaron O'Connor put one more up for the Bruins 3 minutes into the 3rd period. Connor Juhasz was credited with the assist.
Hunter Dodds put one more up for the Pics for good measure at the 11:47 mark of the 3rd.
Adam Lindhal capped the scoring frenzy at the 15:19 mark of the 3rd with an unassisted goal.
Elijah Rapaport stopped 27 out of 29 shots for the win, while Jacob Sanville stopped 38 out of 46 shots for the loss.