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BRAMPTON, Ontario — The franchise-tying win streak will have to wait.

Brampton broke open a 1-1 tie with three goals in a span of two minutes and eight seconds to earn a 5-1 win over Adirondack in an ECHL game Wednesday. The Thunder (8-3) were trying for a franchise-tying seventh consecutive win.

Peter MacArthur started the scoring with his fifth goal of the season at 9:53 of the first period. He scored on a power play with assists going to James Henry and Shane Conacher.

Brampton tied it with Brandon Marino’s power-play goal to end the first period knotted at 1. It stayed that way through the second period.

The Beast (5-4-1) broke it at 11:46 of the third, just after the Thunder killed a penalty, on Anthony Beauregard’s tally. David Pacan then scored on the power play to make it 3-1 at 13:16. Jordan Henry then notched the Beast’s fourth goal just 38 seconds later.

The Thunder host Reading on Friday.

Beast 5, Thunder 1

Adirondack 1 0 0 — 1

Brampton 1 0 4 — 5

First Period — 1, Adirondack, MacArthur 5 (Henry, Conacher), 9:53 (pp). 2, Brampton, Marino 3 (Ciampini, Bradford), 14:27 (pp).

Second Period — None.

Third Period — 3, Brampton, Beauregard 2 (Leef, Luchuk), 11:46. 4, Brampton, Pacan 3 (Bradford, Marino), 13:16 (pp). 5, Brampton, Henry 3 (Todd, Ciampini), 13:54. 5, Brampton, Petgrave 1, 19:49 (en).

Power Plays — Adirondack 1-4, Brampton 2-5.

Goalies-saves — Adirondack, Johnson (34 shots-30 saves). Brampton, Paterson (32-31).

A — 2,053.

Referee — Fernandez.

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