The Worcester Sharks got goals from six different players to overcome a four goal second period deficit to defeat the Portland Pirates 6-5 in overtime Sunday afternoon at the DCU Center in Worcester, Massachusetts in front of 3,132 fans.The WorSharks began digging the deep hole they would eventually climb out of very early, just 42 seconds into the game on the second shot against Worcester goaltender Tyson Sexsmith. Mike Kostka would skate right in unmolested and beat a partially screened Sexsmith for the 1-0 Pirates lead.Worcester had a golden chance to draw even with about eight minutes to go in the opening period, but Dean Strong’s blast from about 20’ found the inside of the near post and bounded across the open net harmlessly ending up in the corner to the right of Pirates...

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