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Syracuse Speaks: A Raw Charge podcast - episode 15

Alex muses on the still vacant captaincy, the recent transactions and trades, and explores some important matches for November.

Syracuse Crunch Daniel Walcott (85) celebrates his goal against the Bridgeport Sound Tigers in American Hockey League (AHL) action at the War Memorial Arena in Syracuse, New York on Friday, November 1, 2019. Syracuse won 5-1.
Scott Thomas Photography

Welcome back to Syracuse Speaks! This podcast, hosted by Alex Ackerman, aims to bring more voices to the world of minor league hockey.

In this episode, host Alex Ackerman says she feels it’s put-up-or-shut-up time when it comes to naming a captain for the Crunch. She expresses her frustration with the process that seems to have been halted by the arrival of former Crunch captain Luke Witkowski. She then gathers herself back together in time to discuss some former Crunch players that could be paying their old team a visit this month (including Hubert Labrie, Matt Beleskey, and Matthew Peca). Finally, she rounds out the episode with a peak into two upcoming promotional nights for the team: Military Appreciation Night and their Hockey Fights Cancer game.

As always, please leave any questions, comments, or feedback for her here or on Twitter!