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Weekly Recap: May 6, 2024 – May 12, 2024

May 14, 2024

The Belleville Senators 2023-24 season has unfortunately come to an end after a valiant four-game series with the Cleveland Monsters, in Ohio last week. Despite winning the first game of their best-of-five set on home ice at the start of the Month, the Senators were stifled by the North’s top regular season team, dropping another overtime defeat in Game 3, followed by another tight loss in Game 4. Here’s a recap of the action from last week, as we prepare to shift focus to the 2024 offseason.

Wednesday May 8, 2024: Belleville Senators – 2 vs Cleveland Monsters – 3 (OT) (North Division Semi-Finals – Game 3)

Game three of the North Division Semi-Final has come and gone, and similar to the first two games of the series, we saw a little bit of everything. ‘The Land’ was hostile for the B-Sens entering game three. A crowd of over 14,000 fans was in attendance, and Belleville felt the pressure early, but was able to bounce back throughout the night, but not being able to edge in front. Josh Currie and Donovan Sebrango scored for Belleville, while Mads Sogaard made 41 saves in the defeat.


Friday May 10, 2024: Belleville Senators – 1 vs Cleveland Monsters – 3 (North Division Semi-Finals – Game 4)

It was do-or-die for the Belleville Senators entering game four of the North Semi-Finals, trailing the Clevland Monsters 2-1 in the first to three series. Unfortunately for the Senators, they again ran into a tough goaltender in Jet Greaves, and were only able to muster a goal from Stephen Halliday, falling 3-1. Leevi Merilainen stepped in for Mads Sogaard and made 27 of 29 saves in his Calder Cup Playoff debut.


Playoff Picture:

Will their pair of losses last week the Belleville Senators have officially been eliminated from the 2024 Calder Cup Playoffs. The Cleveland Monsters have advanced to the North Division Final to face the Syracuse Crunch in a best-of-five series. The winner will move on to the Eastern Conference Final, to play the winner between the Hershey Bears and Hartford Wolf Pack.  You can get a full look at the Calder Cup Playoff picture via the American Hockey League Website.



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About the Belleville Senators

The Belleville Senators are the American Hockey League affiliate of the National Hockey Leagues’ Ottawa Senators and have been operating in the AHL since the 2017-18 season. The Senators play their home games out of the CAA Arena at the Quinte Sports and Wellness Centre and have graduated more than 60 players to the NHL since moving from Binghamton, New York.

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