Three third-period power-play goals lead Phantoms to 6-0 win over Bulldogs

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HAMILTON - Alexandre Picard, Kyle Greentree and Jared Ross of Philadelphia each scored power play goals in a 3:35 span of the third period to lead the Philadelphia Phantoms to a 6-0 win over the Hamilton Bulldogs on Friday in AHL action.

Philadelphia goaltender Brian Boucher stopped all 28 Hamilton shots he faced to earn the shutout victory.

The Phantoms opened the scoring at 7:33 of the first period with a goal by Jonathan Matsumoto.

Philadelphia took a two-goal lead in the second period on David Laliberte's first AHL goal at 16:47. Josh Beaulieu scored 40 seconds later to extend the lead to 3-0.

The Phantoms added three power-play goals in the third to take a 6-0 lead.

Hamilton goaltender Yann Danis turned aside 25 of 31 shots.

The loss drops the Bulldogs' season record to 7-9-0-3.


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