ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - Tyler Randell's goal at 19:36 of the third period was the winner as the Providence Bruins swept their two-game stand in St. John's by edging the IceCaps 5-4 on Saturday in American Hockey League action.
Chris Breen, Alexander Khokhlachev, Zack Phillips and Andrew Cherniwchan supplied the rest of the offence for the Bruins (38-23-9), Boston's AHL affiliate. Providence, which has now won three in a row, also won Friday night's game in St. John's 3-0.
Joel Armia had a pair of goals for the IceCaps (30-32-10), who dropped their fifth straight. Blair Riley and Patrice Cormier also found the back of the net for the farm club of the Winnipeg Jets.
Jeremy Smith got the win in net, making 32 saves. Peter Budaj started for St. John's but was lifted after allowing three goals on six shots in 14:31. Connor Hellebuyck went the rest of the way and kicked out 12 shots.
The Bruins were scoreless on three power-play opportunities while the IceCaps had a goal on five chances with the man advantage.