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Syracuse U. Hockey Schedule Update

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The Syracuse University ice hockey series against Lindenwood scheduled for January 15th and 16th is postponed due to COVID protocol in the Lindenwood program. The new date for the game will be announced when confirmed.

Syracuse (2-4-1 overall, 2-2-1 CHA) will return to the ice on Friday, January 22nd for the first game in a weekend series against Robert Morris at Tennity Ice Pavilion. The series opener on Friday will begin at 7 pm and the second game will be played on Saturday (1/23) at 3 pm. Both games will be streamed live on Cuse.com.

For complete coverage of Syracuse ice hockey, follow us on Facebook (Syracuse Women’s Ice Hockey), Twitter (@CuseIce) and Instagram (@CuseIce).

Syracuse University Athletics remains committed to doing everything it can to support and protect the health, safety and well-being of our student-athletes, our staff and the campus and Syracuse communities. All decisions will be science-based and informed by public health and guidance as provided by county, state and public health officials.
 
 If fans are permitted to attend games – in some capacity – Syracuse Athletics will announce plans for spectators to secure admission to the events. Fans will be required to sit in their socially-distanced seat locations and wear a face covering.

ORANGE ICE HOCKET GAMES AGAINST LINDENWOOD POSTPONED

The Syracuse University ice hockey series against Lindenwood scheduled for January 15th and 16th is postponed due to COVID protocol in the Lindenwood program. The new date for the game will be announced when confirmed.

Syracuse (2-4-1 overall, 2-2-1 CHA) will return to the ice on Friday, January 22nd for the first game in a weekend series against Robert Morris at Tennity Ice Pavilion. The series opener on Friday will begin at 7 pm and the second game will be played on Saturday (1/23) at 3 pm. Both games will be streamed live on Cuse.com.

For complete coverage of Syracuse ice hockey, follow us on Facebook (Syracuse Women’s Ice Hockey), Twitter (@CuseIce) and Instagram (@CuseIce).

Syracuse University Athletics remains committed to doing everything it can to support and protect the health, safety and well-being of our student-athletes, our staff and the campus and Syracuse communities. All decisions will be science-based and informed by public health and guidance as provided by county, state and public health officials.
 
 If fans are permitted to attend games – in some capacity – Syracuse Athletics will announce plans for spectators to secure admission to the events. Fans will be required to sit in their socially-distanced seat locations and wear a face covering.

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