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The Central New York hockey schedule for January 6, 2024

The Central New York hockey schedule for Saturday, January 6, 2024, shows the AHL, college, USPHL, and Section III High School hockey in action.

AHL

  • 🚨 Syracuse at Toronto, 4 pm.

College – Men

Division I

  • 🚨 Colgate at #7 Maine, 7 pm.

Division III

  • 🚨Colby at Hamilton College, 1 pm.
  • 🚨 Manhattanville at #7 Utica, 7 pm.

College – Women

Division I

  • 🚨 #5 Clarkson at #4 Colgate, 3 pm.

#4 Colgate defeats #10 St. Lawrence

Division III

  • 🚨 #9 Utica at Alvernia, 2 pm.
  • 🚨 #7 Hamilton College at #11 Colby, 3 pm.
  • 🚨 #5 Plattsburgh at Oswego St., 3 pm.

USPHL – NCDC

  • 🚨 Utica Jr. Comets at Boston Jr. Bruins, 1:20 pm.

USPHL – Premier

  • 🚨 Utica Jr. Comets at Boston Jr. Bruins, 3:20 pm.

High School – Boys

  • 🚨 Baldwinsville at Skaneateles, 1 pm.
  • 🚨 Capital District at Mohawk Valley, 1 pm.
  • 🚨 McQuaid at Syracuse, 1 pm.
  • 🚨 Guilderland at Rome Free Academy, 1 pm.

High School – Girls

  • 🚨 Skaneateles at Massena, noon.
In this episode of the Central New York Hockey Report Podcast college hockey is back in Central New York and to help look at the second half of the season is Chris Sugar of the D-III Hockey News! We’ll look at the outlook for Utica, Hamilton College, Oswego, and Morrisville! Colgate hockey is also back, we’ll go over the Women’s team’s Battle at the Burgh championship and preview the Men’s team series against Maine! Also available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Amazon Music!
🥅 Intro + an inside look at The Full 60: 00:00 – 5:09.
🥅 Oswego St. Lakers Men’s Hockey: 5:10 – 14:22.
🥅 Utica Pioneers Men’s Hockey: 14:23 – 19:17.
🥅 Hamilton College Continentals Men’s Hockey: 19:19 – 23:10.
🥅 Morrisville Mustangs Men’s Hockey: 23:11 – 25:40.
🥅 Hamilton College Continentals Women’s Hockey: 28:16 – 34:02.
🥅 Utica Pioneers Women’s Hockey: 34:04 – 39:40.
🥅 Morrisville Mustangs Women’s Hockey: 39:41 – 46:16.
🥅 Oswego St. Lakers Women’s Hockey: 46:17 – 50:29.
🥅 Colgate Raiders Men’s + Women’s Hockey: 50:45 – 58:29.
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