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Game Day Build-Up: Senators ready for rematch with Moose in Manitoba

January 7, 2024

Belleville Sens Game Day Build-Up
Jan.7/24 @ Manitoba Moose (NHL Affiliate: Winnipeg Jets)           

The Set-Up:

The Belleville Senators (15-11-2-2) are on their best run of the season as they enter today’s rematch with the Manitoba Moose (12-16-0-0), at Canada Life Centre. The Sens stopped the Moose in their tracks with a 3-1 win here at Canada Life Centre yesterday, earning their fifth win in a row, behind goals from Josh Currie, Graham McPhee and Egor Sokolov. Mads Sogaard also made 15 saves as the Senators smothered Manitoba’s attack throughout the game. Belleville should expect a strong pushback from the Moose, who have lost three straight and five-of-six and will want to put up a better showing on home ice before both teams head back to CAA Arena later this week.

Previous History:

Belleville’s win on Saturday evened the season series between the Sens and Moose to 1-1-0-0, with the visiting team earning both wins. The Sens are now 14-14-4-0 lifetime against the Moose, with a 7-5-3-0 mark at Canada Life Centre.

Roster Notes:

There were no transactions between Belleville, or either of its affiliates overnight, while Phil Daoust remains the only Senator on the injured list. Full lineup details, including today’s alignment, will be available prior to puck drop.

Who to Watch:

Egor Sokolov is Belleville’s new active point streak leader, scoring an empty-net goal last night, for his fifth consecutive game with a point (two goals, four assists). Sokolov, who plays in his 200th career AHL game today, has also scored in back-to-back contests. Defender Donovan Sebrango notched his first point as a Senators on Saturday, picking up an assist on Josh Currie’s first-period goal, while Kevin Mandolese has won his last three contests and made 86 saves on 93 shots over that span.

A trio of Moose had their point streaks end on Saturday, but Brad Lambert’s assist gives him points in back-to-back games (one goal, two assists). The 20-year-old from Lahti, Finland also sits among the top 10 in AHL rookie scoring and the top 5 in rookie goals scored. Winnipeg’s first-round draft pick (30th overall) in 2022 is among the youngest players in the league as well.

Ticket info:

Tickets for all Belleville Sens home games for the remainder of the 2023-24 season are now on sale online, via Ticketmaster or the Belleville Sens Ticket Hub, by visiting the Belleville Sens Box Office at the Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre, or by emailing Box Office hours are available by clicking here.

Fans can also click the following links for more information on season seat membershipsflex packsgroup experiences or Business Elite memberships, or send an email to

Follow the action:

Today’s game starts at 3:00 p.m. (ET) and can be seen on AHL TV and heard on the Belleville Sens Entertainment Network. Pregame coverage from the Canada Life Centre in Winnipeg, Manitoba, begins at 2:50 p.m. (ET) with David Foot and Jacob Stoller.

The full 2023-24 Belleville Senators regular season schedule can be found by clicking here.

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