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Wednesday, Jan 17, 2024 at 8:16 am

Syracuse women’s ice hockey falls 6-3 to Saint Lawrence

Gino Antimarino: “Syracuse women’s ice hockey fell six-three tonight to number 10 Saint Lawrence in its last nonconference game of the season. And S-U goalie Allie Kellie made history tonight as she stopped 65 of these and set a new single-game school record. But that wasn’t the only milestone that the grad student accomplished. Kelley her 3,000th career save but to the netminder, it was just another day at the office.”


Allie Kelley: “Honestly, the mark doesn’t really mean much. All the games are pretty similar to me. Just came in today, I was like just want to have fun. Sometimes the games get away and they cannot be fun so that was my main focus. But overall, experience is still great. Just trying to keep it fun.”


Coach Britni Smith: “I mean she’s definitely facing a lot of shots right now and she’s up to the task. Would like to see us play a little tougher D-zone to not give up 71 but you know to only have six against four of them on the power play in a game like that, it’s pretty impressive.”


Gino Antimarino: “Syracuse heads back to conference play this weekend when it travels to Pegula Ice Arena to take on Penn State. And the Orange could use some exceptional goaltending as the Nittany Lions sit at the top of the conference with eight wins in the C-H-A this season. Opening puck drop is at six on Friday. Reporting from Tennity Ice Pavilion, I’m Gino Antimarino, Citrus TV.”