Admirals Game Results

  • 1 year 29 weeks ago

    Last night's collapse continues into today's match.

    SYR-1
    ADK-6

    Riku Helenius allowed 4 goals on 14 shots for the loss before giving way to Dustin Tokarski, who allowed 2 on 12 shots the rest of the way. At some point you'd like one of your two championship pedigree goaltenders to step up and act like it and steal you a game rather than getting lit up like Roman candles.

    First Period
    ADK Gustafsson, (4) , 7:02

    Second Period
    ADK Mangene, (2) (Sim), 0:37
    ADK Dimmen, (3) (Mangene, Sim), 10:56
    ADK Laliberte, (2) (Syvret, Akeson), 12:34 (PP)

    Third Period
    ADK Eddy, (2) (Wellwood, Lauridsen), 1:30
    ADK Laliberte, (3) (Akeson, Noebels), 13:21
    SYR Johnson, (23) (Connolly, Neilson), 18:38 (PP)

    This is the kind of embarassing loss where you'd expect Julien BriseBois to start looking to make some moves, now. The Crunch let some valuable veteran components like Segal, Smith, and Jackson walk over the offseason with the thought there was enough good youth to handle it. And, yes, there is a lot of good youth. But, in my mind, a piece needs to be added to, at the very least, try to fill some of what was lost between Conacher and now, possibly, Alex Killorn, to Tampa Bay.

    Box score from TheAHL.com.

  • 1 year 29 weeks ago

    Third Period choke.

    ALB-4
    SYR-3

    Dustin Tokarski allowed 4 goals on 21 shots. Really, it was 4 goals on 8 shots in the Third Period. Not good.

    First Period
    NO SCORING

    Second Period
    SYR Namestnikov, (3) (Wyman, Oberg), 1:39
    SYR Johnson, (21) , 19:48

    Third Period
    ALB Whitney, (12) (Anderson), 4:03
    ALB Parse, (1) (Gelinas, Anderson), 10:32 (PP)
    ALB Anderson, (9) (McKelvie, Zajac), 12:01
    ALB Sestito, (7) (Sislo, Wiseman), 17:40
    SYR Johnson, (22) (Connolly), 19:38

    Evan Oberg was the game's third star. Remember Evan Oberg? 5 points in 33 games is almost unthinkable considering how productive and active he was last season.

    What an epic melt down. At least the Crunch finally got Tyler Johnson off the side of the milk carton.

    Box score from TheAHL.com.

  • 1 year 29 weeks ago


    By Jeremy Houghtaling

    For Tyler Johnson, it was a game he'd rather just forget.

    Despite tallying a pair of goals to break out of an 11-game drought, the Syracuse Crunch forward had trouble coming up with words to describe the third period.

    The Crunch, who came into the frame with a two-goal lead on the Albany Devils, allowed four straight goals in a 4-3 loss at the Onondaga County War Memorial Saturday. One night after snapping a two-game losing streak, Syracuse found itself with the same problems that caused it to drop six out of the previous eight.

    "It was just a lot of stupid mistakes, it was uncharacteristic of our team," Johnson said. "I can't really think of a word except horrendous; it just wasn't good. Our effort was there, it was just dumb. We didn't play smart."

  • 1 year 29 weeks ago


    By Jeremy Houghtaling

    With a subtle pump of the fist, Richard Panik's celebration showed his goal was more alleviating than exhilarating.

    After his team squandered a two-goal lead against the Adirondack Phantoms, the Syracuse Crunch forward picked up a loose puck that ricocheted off a defenseman, and fired it low blocker-side. It wasn't his prettiest, but it counted all the same.

    "I was so relieved that I scored and I put the team in the lead," Panik said.

    The Slovakian winger's team-leading 21st goal of the season stood up as the game-winner, and Philip-Michael Devos added an insurance marker, as the Crunch snapped their two-game losing streak with a 4-2 win at the Onondaga County War Memorial Friday night.

  • 1 year 29 weeks ago

    Getting back on track.

    ADK-2
    SYR-4

    Dustin Tokarski allowed 2 goals on 26 shots for the victory.

    First Period
    SYR Angelidis, (7) (Cote), 14:33

    Second Period
    SYR Connolly, (18) (Killorn), 4:20
    ADK FitzGerald, (1) (Syvret), 5:37
    ADK Laliberte, (1) (Akeson, Dimmen), 12:20

    Third Period
    SYR Panik, (21) (Gauthier, Namestnikov), 9:15
    SYR Devos, (3) (Connolly), 17:30

    Richard Panik, Brett Connolly, and Mike Angelidis were the game's three stars. That's some impressive leadership by example by three of the team's best players.

    It was a long week of hard work and soul searching for the Crunch as they continue to try to establish an identity in the post-lockout world. Fortunately, they got a result from their work right out of the chute, which is important to validate what they've put into the process so far and to keep it going.

    Albany comes to town tomorrow. Syracuse moves within 2 points of Binghamton for both the East Division and the Eastern Conference lead.

    Box score from TheAHL.com.

  • 1 year 30 weeks ago


    By Jeremy Houghtaling

    Richard Panik was in the right place at the right time.

    The Syracuse Crunch forward, stationed just outside the Rochester Americans' crease, watched as the puck trickled away from a sprawling David Leggio.

    "I was standing on the goal line and I tapped it in," Panik said.

    With the game tied, the tide seemed to turn in the Crunch's favor.

    But that feeling was brief.

    Before the goal was finished being announced, Rochester retook the lead on a Rick Schofield goal. The Americans scored three more times before the Crunch could respond, as Syracuse fell 5-3 at the Onondaga County War Memorial Saturday.

  • 1 year 30 weeks ago

    It's starting to feel like Rochester has Syracuse's number.

    RCH-5
    SYR-3

    Riku Helenius allowed 5 goals on 21 shots for the loss. That's an ugly stat line and a bitter pill for the whole team to swallow when they outshot Rochester 46-21.

    First Period
    RCH Rissmiller, (1) (McNabb), 11:48 (PP)

    Second Period
    SYR Panik, (20) (Wyman, Angelidis), 11:28
    RCH Schofield, (6) (Varone, Legault), 12:06
    RCH Crawford, (3) (McNabb, Rissmiller), 14:16 (PP)

    Third Period
    RCH Sundher, (4) (Mancari, Porter), 7:34
    RCH Porter, (14) (Mancari, Gauthier-Leduc), 9:21
    SYR Connolly, (17) (Killorn, Korobov), 12:50
    SYR Gauthier, (5) (Barberio), 17:23

    Richard Panik notched his 20th goal of the season in the defeat. Alex Killorn is tied with Jason Zucker of Houston for second in rookie scoring behind Justin Schultz, whose callup to Edmonton puts the Rookie of the Year award in play for Killorn.

    But first, Syracuse needs to shake off the futility of this weekend.

    Box score from TheAHL.com.

  • 1 year 30 weeks ago

    A Bolt Prospects Alumni haunts his former organization.

    SYR-3
    SPR-5

    Dustin Tokarski allowed 4 goals on 25 shots for the loss.

    First Period
    NO SCORING

    Second Period
    SPR Craig, (13) (MacLeod, Drazenovic), 0:42 (PP)
    SYR Connolly, (16) (Killorn, Barberio), 8:37 (PP)
    SPR Goloubef, (3) (Drazenovic, MacLeod), 10:46
    SPR Chaput, (7) (Drazenovic), 12:51 (PP)

    Second Period
    SPR Craig, (14) , 12:01 (SH)
    SYR Wyman, (5) (Panik, Barberio), 16:53 (PP)
    SYR Killorn, (16) (Jacques, Barberio), 18:04 (PP)
    SPR Chaput, (8) (Craig), 19:08 (EN)

    Bolt Prospects Alumni Ryan Craig with 2 goals, including the GWG, and assists on the empty netter to seal it. Cold blooded.

    Box score from TheAHL.com.

  • 1 year 31 weeks ago


    By Jeremy Houghtaling

    It was the perfect recipe for some ruckus and a rally, and the Syracuse Crunch had all the ingredients.

    Dragging a four-game losing streak into a game against the St. John's IceCaps, a team that had come back from a four-goal deficit the last times the teams squared-off, the already frustrated Crunch allowed three straight IceCaps goals and trailed 3-2 in the second period.

    And then the gloves went flying.

    Syracuse defenseman Dmitry Korobov crunched IceCaps captain Jason Jaffray in the corner, drawing a crowd. As the line brawl started, Crunch goalie Dustin Tokarski shared a look down the ice with fellow netminder Eddie Pasquale, shrugged, and before he knew it, was swinging at center ice.

    "I was just running on adrenaline," Tokarski said. "It was fun. It's good to get the first one out of the way."

    The fisticuffs sparked the Crunch, who scored four unanswered goals en route to a 6-3 win at the Onondaga County War Memorial Saturday.

  • 1 year 31 weeks ago

    Breakthrough.

    STJ-3
    SYR-6

    Dustin Tokarski (pictured) allowed 3 goals on 18 shots before being kicked out of the game for leaving his crease to beat Eddie Pasquale like a drum. Key point: Eddie Pasquale is 6'3" 220 lbs. Tic is 6'0" 194 lbs. Didn't matter. Tic was like a rabid wolverine on its prey. He became a folk legend tonight. Oh, yeah, and Riku Helenius stopped all 15 shots he faced the rest of the way for the win (yawn).

    First Period
    SYR Killorn, (14) (Panik, Barberio), 14:50 (PP)
    SYR Wyman, (4) , 17:37 (SH)

    Second Period
    STJ Arsene, (1) (Mouillierat), 1:46
    STJ Mouillierat, (4) (O'Dell, Melchiori), 2:35
    STJ Cormier, (3) (Klingberg), 4:46 (PP)
    SYR Wilson, (1) (Oberg, Panik), 9:16

    Third Period
    SYR Killorn, (15) (Johnson, Barberio), 3:40 (PP)
    SYR Cote, (1) (Angelidis, Killorn), 15:58
    SYR Panik, (19) (Johnson, Korobov), 19:44

    Alex Killorn and Richard Panik were the game's first and second stars. Panik's game was his first back from a 3 game suspension, and he came out like an animal that's been caged up too long with 1 goal and 3 points to show for his night. The Panik attack has equalled his goal total from a season ago and the sky is the limit if he keeps playing like that. Killorn snapped a personal three game scoreless streak in style with 2 goals and 3 points, as the entire Syracuse team had a breakthrough.

    This was a huge win for this team, after suffering through the post-lockout malaise. They're still not at full strength with Taormina still out, but getting Panik tonight and winning an emotional, brawl-filled game by blowing a team off the rink in the Third Period goes a long way toward rekindling the club's confidence. They've been slowly recalibrating the bomb sites despite the setbacks and frustrations of the past few games, and tonight St. John's (and Eddie Pasquale's face, for that matter) was in the wrong place at the wrong time.

    Springfield is next on Friday.

    Box score from TheAHL.com.

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