Sens Sign Carlisle to AHL Deal
The Belleville Senators have signed defenceman Chris Carlisle to an American Hockey League contract for the remainder of the 2018-19 season.
The 24-year-old played in seven games with Belleville earlier in the season where he tallied two assists. He has also lined up for Providence and Grand Rapids this season in the AHL but has spent the bulk of the year in the ECHL with the Manchester Monarchs notching 17 points (two goals) in 37 games.
Belleville is back in action Thursday when they visit the Cleveland Monsters. The Sens return home March 15 to host Laval and tickets are available.
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