The Worcester Sharks got two goals from their third line 71 seconds--and one intermission--apart and some big saves from goaltender Frank Doyle to defeat the Providence Bruins 2-1 Saturday night at the DCU Center in Worcester, Massachusetts in front 7,568 fans, the largest home crowd in franchise history. With the win the WorSharks' magic number to make the playoffs drops to eight.In previous seasons this was the type of game Worcester probably would have lost. They'd own the ice on both ends, but run into a hot goaltender who would look like a sheet of plywood in front of the net, and then not get the timely save in their own end or watch a bad bounce roll into their net to send the team home with one in the loss column. But this season the WorSharks win many more of those games than...

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