Ice Breaker Tournament Up Next for the Orange


Game Details: Ice Breker Tournament at the 1980 Rink, Herb Brooks Arena

Friday, October 21 (7pm) vs. Clarkson

Saturday October 22 vs. St. Lawrence/Holy Cross (2/5 PM)

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The Orange will play #11 Clarkson for the third time in nine days at the Ice Breaker Tournament in Lake Placid, N.Y. The first round of the tournament on Friday, Oct. 21 features St. Lawrence and Holy Cross in the first game at 4 pm followed by Syracuse and Clarkson at 7 pm. The Championship Game will be at 5 pm on Saturday, Oct. 22 with the third-place game at 2 pm.

Syracuse played a home-and-home series against Clarkson last week, losing 5-2 on Oct. 13 in Syracuse and 3-2 on Oct. 14 in Potsdam. The Orange also played St. Lawrence in a weekend series this season with the Saints winning both games. Should Syracuse play Holy Cross it will be the first time the programs have met on the ice.

Ice Breaker Fan Details

Tickets are available online and at the door. Spectator entrance: Glasshouse 3 and Miracle Plaza (the new and expanded mezzanine and public space between the 1932 Jack Shea Arena and 1980 Herb Brooks Arena) Accessible entrance: Miracle Plaza entrance & 1932 Jack Shea Arena entrance Parking: On-street and village parking, Municipal parking lot Handicap parking: Designated spaces available on Main St. in front of the 1932 Jack Shea Arena entrance  Fans are encouraged to arrive early to the games.

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Bellefontaine In Top 10

Lauren Bellefontaine recorded two assists against Clarkson to move into the 10th spot on Syracuse’s career scoring record list. She has 85 career total points, one point shy of the ninth spot.

D’Arcy Rookie of the Week

Orange defenseman Maya D’Arcy is the College Hockey America Rookie of the Week for her effort in Syracuse’s series against Clarkson. D’Arcy tallied an assist in the first game, which was her first collegiate point, and scored her first career goal in the second contest.

Orange Seeds

Sarah Marchand’s assist against Clarkson marked her 18th career assist. With that assist Marchand is one point away from having 30 career points. Her career scoring totals include 11 goals and 18 assists (29 points) in 39 games.  Junior forward Tatum White ranks 22nd in the nation with 66 faceoff wins. She had a season-high 16 victories in the faceoff circle at Merrimack (10/1). Her career-best is 20 at Robert Morris (2/26/21) during her first season at Syracuse.

Top 15 Teams on the Schedule

Six Syracuse opponents are ranked in this week’s USCHO Division 1 Women’s Poll (10/17).

#6 Colgate

#9 Princeton

#10 Cornell

#11 Clarkson

#12 Penn State

#15 Vermont

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