PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Oskar Steen scored twice to power the Providence Bruins past the Toronto Marlies 5-1 in the American Hockey League Sunday.
Cameron Hughes, Justin Brazeau and Eduards Tralmaks also scored for the Bruins (10-6-4) while Nick Wolff and Jack Studnicka had two assists apiece.
Troy Grosenick stopped 28 pucks for Providence, which won its second in a row.
Bobby McMann scored shorthanded for Toronto's only goal of the game. Joseph Woll blocked 36-of-41 shots in defeat for the Marlies (10-8-2).
The Bruins outshot the Marlies 41-29.
Toronto has lost two in a row after dropping a 5-4 decision against the Bridgeport Islanders on Saturday.
This report by The Canadian Press was first published Dec. 12, 2021.