The Worcester Sharks fired a franchise record 55 shots on goal but needed two late third period goals to defeat the Providence Bruins 4-3 Saturday night at the DCU Center in Worcester, Massachusetts in front of a season high crowd of 6,334.Michael Wilson, returning to the lineup after missing three games as a healthy scratch, would give Worcester a 1-0 lead at 11:32 of the first as the WorSharks stormed the net trying to bang home a loose puck. With all five Providence players in the slot trying to get control of a loose puck and Worcester second line forwards trying to pry it loose, Wilson skated in from the point and grabbed the loose puck out of the pile of players and skated just to the left of the slot to get a clear shot. P-Bruins netminder Dany Sabourin had no idea where the puck...

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