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 discusses the release of the Syracuse Crunch’s regular season schedule. She talks about some highlights, discusses why the schedule is so North Division-heavy, and ponders what fans can do if they’d like to see a bigger variety of teams. She then finishes out her recap of the 2018-19 AHL season for Syracuse by covering March and April, including the Connor Ingram demotion and the team’s strong end to the regular season.
Playoff? What playoffs? Never happened.
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Articles referenced in this episode:
- Syracuse Crunch goalie shenanigans send Connor Ingram south to Solar Bears
- Crunch Corner: The Crunch Clinch a Playoff Spot
- Tampa Bay Lightning trade Connor Ingram to the Nashville Predators
- Syracuse Crunch defeat Utica Comets 6-2 for the 900th win in franchise history
- Syracuse Crunch defeat Rochester Americans 4-3 to claim North Division title
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