- Pirates’ tanks run dry against Bruins
- Pirates starting to peak at the right time
- Pirates’ special teams rule over the IceCaps
- Decision looming on Lewiston’s future in the NAHL
- Auger scores twice to down the Pirates
- Pirates fall to Bears in OT, again
- Bears stop Pirates’ streak at seven
- Florida Panthers to be Pirates new NHL affiliate
- Pirates to join forces with the Florida Panthers
- Falmouth’s Nordstrom wins Travis Roy Award
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