Fortier, Lohin, and Bowlby all got their first career AHL goals.
They weren’t able to overcome a two-goal performance from veteran Matt Moulson.
Three early power play goals were enough as the Crunch take down Louis Domingue a day after they trade him.
The Sound Tigers are not having the best of seasons, but the Crunch played a full sixty minutes for one of the few times all year.
Finally, a game where they didn’t give up over six goals.
"Uuuggffffhhbhhhhbsbbwbdn" is the best way we can describe how we feel.
The Crunch couldn’t contain the offensive prowess of the Quinnipiac Bobby Orr, Chase Priskie.
The Crunch lost by four and probably should have lost by more.
The offense finally showed up as six different Crunch players scored.
Peter Abbadonato’s first career goal proves to be the game winner.
It was a hard fought game, so glad they get to do it eleven more times this season.
Brad Thiessen lived up to his "Brick Wall Brad" nickname as he sent the Crunch to the golf course with a 38-save shutout.
The Crunch jump to a 2-0 lead before holding on in the third period to keep from getting eliminated.
Game Two is deja vu for the Crunch as they are unable to solve Cleveland’s shotblocking schemes.
A whole team effort leads the Crunch to home ice during the first two rounds of the playoffs.
The rookie stops 34 Belleville shots to pick up his first professional shutout.
On a night the team honored the original 1994-95 team, the Crunch beat up and beat down the Comets.
Ryan Lohin makes his debut, but the offense is stifled in the loss.
Alex Barre-Boulet picks up his 30th goal on the game-winner as the Crunch creep closer to the top spot in the AHL.
The Crunch move back into first place.
Eddie Pasquale allows no puck to cross the line and the power play connects for the victory.
The Comets dictated play most of the night, but the Crunch made the most of their opportunities to pick up the win.
It wasn’t a good game, but at least they scored a couple of power play goals.
Eddie Pasquale makes 29 stops in his fifth straight start, while Andy Andreoff scores two goals.