Admirals Game Results

  • 19 weeks 1 day ago

    Dominguenator helps Crunch run winning streak to eight.

    RCH-0
    SYR-4

    Louis Domingue stopped all 27 shots he faced for the shutout win. That's how you work a conditioning start with style and flair.

    First Period
    7:20 SYR Joseph (8), (Stephens)(PP)

    Second Period
    2:11 SYR Erne (12), (Joseph, Peca)
    14:21 SYR Stephens (11), (Joseph, Domingue)
    14:59 SYR Volkov (11), (Verhaeghe, Stephens)

    Third Period
    NO SCORING

    Domingue, Mathieu Joseph, and Mitchell Stephens were the game's three stars. With news of J.T. Brown's impending assignment to Syracuse, there's a forward spot open in Tampa and darned near every single guy you'd hope to step up and throw their resume across Yzerman's desk found the scoresheet tonight.

    Tonight's big win moves Syracuse to within spitting distance of the Americans for the second spot in the North Division. They're now 4 points behind Rochester and seven points back of first place Toronto with a game in hand on each club.

    Box score from TheAHL.com.

  • 19 weeks 2 days ago

    Ingram, Crunch continue to roll on.

    SYR-3
    UTI-2

    Connor Ingram allowed 2 goals on 39 shots for the victory. Six straight victories for the young netminder settling into the number one role due to injuries up top in Tampa Bay.

    First Period
    5:08 SYR Walcott (2), (Verhaeghe)
    12:47 UTI Comrie (3), (Sautner, Blujus)
    18:14 SYR Bournival (12), (Peca, Condra)

    Second Period
    3:04 UTI Boucher (17), (Wiercioch, MacEwen)

    Third Period
    2:24 SYR Verhaeghe (8), (Bodie, Erne)(PP)

    Carter Verhaeghe and Ingram were the game's first and second stars.

    The victory was Syracuse's seventh consecutive trip to the winner's circle.

    After missing, essentially, a year and a half of hockey due to injury, Jonne Tammela made his season debut for the Crunch tonight and registered one shot on goal.

    Box score from TheAHL.com.

  • 19 weeks 4 days ago

    Ingram keeps it rolling.

    SYR-4
    BNG-1

    Connor Ingram allowed just 1 goal on 35 shots for his 5th straight victory. Ingram helped Syracuse overcome a stunning 35-16 shot deficit to get the victory and he's now raised his season save percentage above the proverbial goaltender's Mendoza Line at .901.

    First Period
    NO SCORING

    Second Period
    0:49 SYR Bournival (11), (Condra, McBain)(PP)
    6:07 SYR Erne (11), (Bournival, McNeill)
    13:27 BNG Thomson (3), (Baddock, Jacobs)

    Third Period
    1:05 SYR McBain (5), (Stephens, Bournival)
    3:43 SYR Lynch (9), (Erne)(SH)

    Ingram, Michael Bournival, and Adam Erne were the game's three stars.

    The Crunch have moved to within 6 points of Rochester for second place in the North Division and 7 points of Toronto for first place with a game in hand on both of those division rivals.

    Box score from TheAHL.com.

  • 20 weeks 10 hours ago

    Comeback Crunch sweep the weekend.

    SYR-4
    PRO-3

    Connor Ingram allowed 3 goals on 24 shots for the victory.

    First Period
    0:17 SYR Bournival (10), (Erne, Thomas)
    12:51 PRO Beleskey (3), (Cave, Cross)
    14:31 SYR Peca (8), (Joseph, Walcott)

    Second Period
    4:36 PRO Cehlarik (5), (Karlsson, Cross)
    12:50 PRO Bjork (2), (O'Gara, Karlsson)(PP)

    Third Period
    3:48 SYR Stephens (10), (Verhaeghe)
    7:26 SYR Erne (10), (Lynch)

    Adam Erne and Matthew Peca were the game's first and third stars. Both Erne and fellow winger Mitchell Stephens potted their 10th goals of the season. Stephens has 4 goals in the past 3 games and appears to be yet another forward throwing their resume on Steve Yzerman's desk for a second half cup of coffee with Tampa Bay.

    With the win, at this hour, the Crunch have clearly separated from the pack behind them and sit on an island in third place in the North Divison 6 points up on Laval and 8 points up on Utica. They sit a full 7 points behind second place Rochester and 9 back of first place Toronto, although they hold a game in hand on the Americans and two games in hand on the Marlies.

    Box score from TheAHL.com.

  • 20 weeks 1 day ago

    Crunch hang on for tough road win.

    SYR-3
    HFD-2

    Connor Ingram allowed 2 goals on 33 shots for the victory including stopping all 16 shots he faced in the critical final frame including a penalty shot. With Domingue up with the big club, the Ingram era in Syracuse has started off well so far.

    First Period
    6:04 SYR Yan (6), (Peca, Walcott)

    Second Period
    2:49 HFD Whitney (8), (Kosmachuk, Gilmour)(PP)
    4:20 HFD Gropp (8), (Tambellini)
    16:11 SYR Condra (5), (Bodie, Lynch)
    17:39 SYR Stephens (9), (Cernak, Volkov)

    Third Period
    NO SCORING

    Mitchell Stephens and Ingram were the game's first and second stars. Don't look now, but Stephens has the sneakiest 9 goals of any rookie in the league, including 3 in his last couple of games.

    We've said it before: all Dennis Yan does is score.

    Box score from TheAHL.com.

  • 21 weeks 8 hours ago

    Syracuse ends 2017 with plenty of fireworks.

    SYR-5
    BNG-0

    Connor Ingram stopped all 29 shots he faced for his second career shutout. With Domingue up top, Ingram's had a nice start to his tenure as the #1 for the Crunch. Budaj's injury may not be as serious as originally feared, but for however long he has to mind the store Ingram's doing it with style so far.

    First Period
    15:18 SYR Peca (7), (Verhaeghe)

    Second Period
    NO SCORING

    Third Period
    2:25 SYR Stephens (7), (Yan, Thomas)
    6:31 SYR Volkov (9), (Cirelli, Bodie)
    14:22 SYR Volkov (10), (Bournival, McBain)(PP)
    17:34 SYR Stephens (8), (Yan, Walcott)

    Ingram, Alexander Volkov, and Matthew Peca were the game's three stars. Volkov with four goals in the two weekend games and Peca caps December with 5-10-15 in 13 games. Needless to say, these are two guys sliding their resumes on Yzerman's desk for a potential recall.

    Box score from TheAHL.com.

  • 21 weeks 1 day ago


    By Jeremy Houghtaling

    Ben Thomas didn’t think the shot was in until he heard the roar.

    The Syracuse Crunch defenseman deked and shot from his backhand in the 11th round of the shootout. The puck went off Comets goalie Thatcher Demko’s blocker and popped over his shoulder and into the back of the net.

    Connor Ingram made a save at the other end, and Syracuse topped Utica, 3-2, at the Onondaga County War Memorial Saturday.

    “I went to the backhand there and I saw it go off his blocker and I thought he saved it,” Thomas said of his first pro shootout attempt. “Then I turned to the corner and heard everyone cheering. When I looked back it was in the net.”

  • 21 weeks 1 day ago

    Crunch dispose of rival Comets in a lengthy shootout.

    UTI-2
    SYR-3 (SO)

    Connor Ingram allowed 2 goals on 17 shots before stopping 8 of 11 in a lengthy penalty shot session for the SO victory. With Budaj's injury moving Domingue up to the big league, Ingram's got a window of opportunity here to prove his worth until and if BriseBois brings in another goaltender to help bolster the Crunch.

    First Period
    9:59 SYR Volkov (7), (Verhaeghe, McNeill)
    15:41 UTI Carcone (7), (Archibald, Brisebois)

    Second Period
    14:15 UTI Roy (1), (Chatfield)

    Third Period
    5:28 SYR Volkov (8), (Joseph, Cirelli)

    Overtime
    NO SCORING

    Shootout
    UTI- Archibald, Holm, Cassels
    SYR- Volkov, Joseph, Erne, Thomas

    Alexander Volkov and Ben Thomas were the game's first and third stars. Volkov had quite a night with both goals in regulation and the opening marker for Syracuse in the Shootout.

    Syracuse continues to slowly creep up onto the heels of Rochester and Toronto atop the division. They're now 7 points back of Toronto with a game in hand and 9 points back of the Americans with a pair of games in hand.

    Box score from TheAHL.com.

  • 21 weeks 4 days ago


    By Jeremy Houghtaling

    Syracuse Crunch head coach Benoit Groulx liked what he saw in the first game after the Christmas break.

    Dennis Yan recorded three points in his return from injury, Syracuse rebounded from an early deficit and a power play goal in the third period lifted the Crunch over the Toronto Marlies, 5-4, at the Onondaga County War Memorial Wednesday.

    “I’m quite happy with this win, but the way we played overall?” Groulx said. “First of all, much better game than the last game here for our fans. Secondly, we had legs. That’s not easy when you have three days off. … I was happy with the legs and the energy we had tonight. (We were) executing pretty well and got better as the game went along. Overall, a good showing.”

  • 21 weeks 4 days ago

    All Yan does is score.

    TOR-4
    SYR-5

    Louis Domingue allowed 4 goals on 26 shots for the win. Sweet goal support.

    First Period
    3:10 TOR Johnsson (11), (Kapanen)
    4:22 SYR Yan (4), (Volkov)
    10:53 SYR Yan (5), (Peca, Spencer)
    15:04 TOR Mueller (7), (Timashov)
    19:30 SYR Joseph (7), (Peca)

    Second Period
    1:45 TOR Gauthier (3), (Greening, Rychel)
    17:46 SYR Lynch (8), (Yan, Stephens)(PP)
    18:12 TOR Aaltonen (5), (unassisted)

    Third Period
    3:48 SYR Erne (9), (Joseph, Verhaeghe)(PP)

    Dennis Yan and Matthew Peca were the game’s first and third stars. Yan got in his first game in four weeks and dropped 2-1-3 to raise his season scoring to 0.50 points a game, which is such a Dennis Yan thing to do. He has a very particular set of skills. Peca now has a personal seven game points streak with 3-9-12 in that span, as he lines up his case for a potential NHL cup of coffee.

    Box score from TheAHL.com.

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