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Syracuse Crunch Loan Goaltender Brandon Halverson to Orlando Solar Bears

March 27, 2024 - American Hockey League (AHL)
Syracuse Crunch News Release


SYRACUSE, N.Y. - The Syracuse Crunch have loaned goaltender Brandon Halverson to the Orlando Solar Bears of the ECHL, General Manager Stacy Roest announced today.

Halverson, 27, has appeared in eight games with the Crunch this season posting a 5-2-0 record with a .894 save percentage and 2.86 goals-against average. He earned his first AHL shutout with a 26-save performance against the Utica Comets on Nov. 24. Halverson has also played in 30 games with the Orlando Solar Bears of the ECHL recording an 14-11-4 record along with a .916 save percentage and 2.75 goals-against average. Last season, the Traverse City, MI native appeared in 17 games with the Bayreuth Tigers going 6-10-0 with a .909 save percentage and 3.54 goals-against average.

The 6-foot-4, 209-pound netminder has appeared in 60 career AHL games with the Crunch, Tucson Roadrunners and Hartford Wolf Pack since 2016 amassing an 23-31-4 record, .890 save percentage and 3.34 goals-against average.

Halverson was selected by the New York Rangers in the second round, 59th overall at the 2014 NHL Draft. He was signed to a two-year AHL contract by the Crunch on Nov. 28.

Single game tickets and ticket packages for the 2023-24 season are on sale now and can be purchased in person at the Crunch office located inside the Upstate Medical University Arena at Onondaga County War Memorial at 800 S. State St. in Syracuse, by calling the office at 315-473-4444 or online through Ticketmaster. For the latest Crunch news, visit www.syracusecrunch.com or follow the club on Facebook (www.facebook.com/syracusecrunch), Twitter (@SyracuseCrunch) and Instagram (@syracusecrunch).


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