Two early power play goals are the difference as the Crunch are swept in the second round.
Game Three was as bad as the Crunch have played in a long, long time.
The Crunch are down 0-2 heading back to Syracuse.
Losing is not fun, but there was at least one positive for the Crunch despite the loss.
They scored 18 goals over 3 games, but it was the key saves that propelled them to the North Division finals.
The 6-2 win was similar to the way they played down the stretch of the regular season
Jamie McBain also had three points in the victory
The Crunch have an okay week, but it’s hard to not be looking forward.
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The Crunch played three games and won all of them. They are now in second place in the division.
The Crunch got back in the winning column, but their week before the AHL All-Star break might be remembered for the one game they didn’t win.
The Syracuse Crunch are on a three-game losing streak and have been weakened by recalls. They hope to get back to winning this week.
They had their backs against the wall in both games and found a way to get the job done.
Syracuse splits the weekend with a win over Providence and a loss on the road against the Phantoms
The Crunch defeated three division opponents to extend their winning streak to six straight games.
The Crunch take down the top team in the North Division.
For the first time this season, the Crunch look like a potential threat in the North Division.
It was a close game from start to finish.
The Crunch still have a lot of work to do if they plan on moving out of the basement of the Eastern Conference, but they could be well on their way to doing so.
The Syracuse Crunch offense took a trip to Canada this past weekend while the defense forgot to board the bus.