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Crunch comeback falls short in overtime loss to Bruins

The Syracuse Crunch (7-7-2-2) mounted a comeback but fell to the Providence Bruins (11-2-3-2), 6-5, in overtime on Saturday night at the Upstate Medical University Arena.

Syracuse trailed 4-2 after two periods and 5-3 halfway through the third but scored two-straight goals to tie the game, including one with 44 seconds left in regulation. A minute into the overtime period, Chris Wagner netted the game-winning goal for Providence.

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Felix Robert scored twice for Syracuse, while Simon Ryfors, Ilya Usau, and Gabriel Fortier also found the back of the net. Max Lagace started in net and stopped 25-of-31 shots.

The Crunch will be back in action next Friday when they take on the Belleville Senators at CAA Arena. Puck drop is set for 7 p.m.



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