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Senators blow past Crunch, 8-2

The Belleville Senators blew past the Syracuse Crunch, 8-2, tonight at CAA Arena.

The loss drops the Crunch to 16-13-2-1 on the season and 1-2-0-0 in the six-game season series.

Goaltender Mike Condon stopped 18-of-22 before being relieved by Spencer Martin in the second period. Martin went on to turn aside 22-of-26. Joey Daccord earned the win with 22 saves in net for the Senators. Syracuse went 1-for-3 on the power play, while Belleville was 3-for-7.

Syracuse Crunch vs. Belleville Senators

Belleville opened scoring with a power-play goal and built a 3-0 lead in the first period. At the 4:52 mark, Filip Chlapik fired a wrister from the top of the left circle with the help of Jordan Murray and Vitaly Abramov. Seven minutes later, Rudolfs Balcers sped down the slot and beat Condon off assists from Logan Brown and Jonathan Aspirot. The Senators added another power-play goal late in the first period when Abramov tipped Chlapik’s one-timer from the point. Jordan Murray recorded the secondary helper.