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Syracuse Speaks: A Raw Charge podcast - episode 23

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February molded Syracuse into a team with playoff potential, but what will March bring?

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

This week, Alex spends a good chunk of the podcast reviewing Crunch at Your Service, the Syracuse Crunch’s most recent charity fundraising endeavor, which took place on Monday, March 2nd at Turning Stone Resort and Casino. It consisted of Tampa Bay Lightning prospects and organizational players acting goofy, performing tasks, and just generally being “at the service” of Crunch fans and sponsors for tips. Alex takes an in-depth look at what attending the event was like for a fan. She then lays out the team’s March, and raises the salient point that while February may have made Syracuse into a playoff team, March has the potential to make or break the Crunch’s hopes at a post season.

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