Syracuse drops 6th straight game, 9-1, to No. 1 Wisconsin

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Syracuse drops 6th straight game, 9-1, to No. 1 Wisconsin

first_imgSyracuse isn’t ready to hang with the best teams in Division I. With its 9-1 loss to No. 1 Wisconsin (17-1, 7-1 Western Collegiate Hockey Association), the Orange are 0-7 against top-10 teams and 0-9-1 against out of conference opponents. Syracuse’s sixth straight loss came on Sunday afternoon in Madison, Wisconsin, and capped a string of four games in which SU (4-12-1, 4-3-0 College Hockey America) mustered two goals. The game was never in doubt. After jumping out to a 3-0 lead in the first period, the Badgers won the second period 2-1 and poured on four third-period goals. Wisconsin registered 31 more shots than Syracuse and scored on three of four power plays. A day after Syracuse goalie Maddi Welch recorded a career-high 48 saves, she faced 40 shots on goal, conceding nine times. Wisconsin struck first with a goal by redshirt senior forward Emily Clark seven minutes into the game. Five minutes later, forward Sophia Shaver added to Wisconsin’s lead. Later in the period, Clark scored her second goal on a power play to make it 3-0. AdvertisementThis is placeholder textFourteen minutes into the second period, SU freshman Abby Moloughney scored a short-handed goal while killing Emma Polaski’s interference penalty. Moloughney’s third goal of the season was assisted by freshman Lauren Bellefontaine, who played alongside Moloughney prior to coming to Syracuse on the Nepean Wildcats, an Ontario Juniors club.“I’ve been playing with Abby for a few years,” Bellefontaine said last week. “We’re playing really well together, we just haven’t always capitalized.”The Badgers quickly halted any Orange momentum, though, with back-to-back goals late in the second period to extend their lead to 5-1 heading into the final frame. In the third period, Clark netted her third goal of the game on a five-on-three power play after penalties by Polaski and Kristen Siermachesky. Before Siermachesky could return to the ice, Wisconsin added another power play goal to go up 7-1. The Badgers piled on two more goals late in the third period to sink SU. Polaski, who leads the Orange in scoring with eight goals, committed two costly penalties that resulted in Wisconsin goals and didn’t record a shot. Senior defenseman Allie Munroe, who scored SU’s lone goal yesterday, played solid defense with a team-high nine blocks. Syracuse’s last win came nearly a month ago, when they beat Penn State, 5-2, on Nov. 4. Syracuse’s schedule eases slightly in the upcoming week as the team travels to Hamilton, New York for a weekend series with unranked Colgate (9-5-2). Published on December 2, 2018 at 3:25 pm Contact Danny: dremerma@syr.edu | @DannyEmerman Commentscenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

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Match between the U-18 Teams of the Montenegro and Bosnia-Herzegovina ended with a Draw

first_imgThe second friendly match between the U-18 teams of the Montenegro and Bosnia and Herzegovina, which was played in Podgorica on Friday, ended with a draw 1:1.The home team took the lead in the 7th minute with a goal of Lazar Mijović, and equalization to the BH team was brought by Ivan Grgić at the beginning of the second half.The first match played two days ago ended with Montenegro’s victory of 2:0.Montenegro – Bosnia and Herzegovina 1:1 (1:0)FK Budućnost Training Camp, PodgoricaReferee: Marko Ćupić (Montenegro)Goals: 1:0 Mijović (7th), 1:1 Grgić (46th)Yellow cards: Mijović, Ivezić (Montenegro)Montenegro: Nikola Ivezić, Milan Radović, Milun Joković, Nemanja Božović, Nikola Vukotić, Elvin Marisenović (68thminute, Aleksa Ćetković), Jovan Dašić (68th minute, Dušan Vuković), Todor Šekularac (46th minute, Marko Vujačić), Lazar Mijović (46th minute, Filip Tmušić), Ognjen Bakić (82nd minute, Damjan Mugoša), Eldin Rastoder. Head Coach: Slobodan DraškovićBosnia and Herzegovina: Luka Damjanović, Luka Brandić, Filip Račić, Mustafa Šukilović, Dejan Popara (46th minute, Enver Kulašin), Denis Alijagić (46th minute, Obren Kljajić), Ivan Grgić, Dino Okanović (46th minute, Mustafa Trako), Dominik Peštić (67th minute, Ervin Burzić), Dženan Čerimagić (67th minute, Eldar Mulaosmanović), Petar Šetka. Head Coach: Slaven Musalast_img read more

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