BRIDGEPORT, Conn. - The only hockey team from Philadelphia with a win so far this season could not win its second yesterday as five Bridgeport Sound Tigers scored in a 5-1 AHL win over the Phantoms.

The Phantoms outshot Bridgeport by 23-9 in the first two periods at the Arena at Harbor Yard, and by 31-22 in the game, but still absorbed their fourth loss in a row to drop to 1-4.

The Phantoms scored the first goal just 2 minutes, 37 seconds into the game. Nate Raduns' shot from the right circle beat Bridgeport goalie Peter Mannino for the Phantoms' first shorthanded goal of the season.

Jean-Sebastien Aubin took the loss, making 17 saves on 22 shots, while Mannino secured his first win as a pro by stopping 30 of 31.