Check off a weekend win for the Belleville Senators. Czech centre Filip Chlapik, a native of Prague, tallied twice and tacked on an assist to lead the B-Sens to a 4-3 win over the visiting Utica Comets in an AHL North Division battle Saturday night at Yardmen Arena. Chlapik took over the team lead in points with 30 (10 goals, 20 assists) and has picked up seven points in his last five games.
The Wellington Dukes were behind the eight-ball, literally, after dropping Game 2 of their OJHL North East Conference semi-final series Sunday afternoon to the hometown Newmarket Hurricanes in Newmarket. Dukes were bombed, 8-1, and now trail the best-of-seven set 2-0 after getting blanked 3-0 Friday night at Essroc Arena in the series opener. Game 3 is Tuesday in Wellington at 7:30 p.m. Game 4 goes back to Newmarket Thursday, also at 7:30 p.m.
The Belleville Senators hope the luck of the Irish is with them tonight when they look to bounce back from a Friday loss to the juggernaut Toronto Marlies at Yardmen Arena. The Utica Comets are in town for a St. Patrick's Day tilt, following a 3-1 Belleville loss to the league-best Marlies in an AHL North Division contest viewed by a sellout crowd of 4,319. Marlies return to Belleville next Friday and if goaltender Calvin Pickard misses the team bus the B-Sens won't be disappointed.
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Selecting a term
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