Toronto Marlies On Ice Goals Performance

Gus Katsaros
December 20 2012 05:10PM

Continuing the Toronto Marlies statistical breakdown, this post is devoted to player’s on-ice goals for and goals against totals.

Korbinian Holzer entering the game versus Lake Erie had been on the ice for 15 goals against. Of those, 10 were on the power play, and he had not been on the ice for any shorthanded goals – Toronto has allowed four shorthanded.

Holzer was on the ice for five even-strength goals against in 25 games, an average of one for every five games.

The Leafs 4th round pick (111th overall) in 2006 was on the ice for every goal against the Lake Erie Monsters, compromising 21% of his 19 total goals against and almost doubling the five even-strength goals.

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Breaking Boxcars: Toronto Marlies Edition

Gus Katsaros
December 18 2012 07:34AM

Image via Dave Abel

Sometimes it’s a just a trivial item, an interesting tidbit just as a matter of fact.

Three of the 2012-13 Toronto Marlies four shorthanded goals against were scored less than five minutes into the 3rd period. One broke a scoreless tie and another was an insurance goal extending the opposition lead by two goals.

Or, all four empty net goal scored against were in games in which the Marlies trailed by two or more goals.

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Leafs Prospects Points by Period

Gus Katsaros
December 13 2012 08:51AM


A few days back I presented the Maple Leafs prospects points breakdowns.

We're going to dig a little deeper into the numbers here. Let's take a trip.

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Leafs Prospects Points Tracking

Gus Katsaros
December 11 2012 08:48AM

I thought I'd enhance Justin Fisher's prospect update from yesterday since I'm doing some tracking at a league-wide level.
With there being no end in the immediate future to rectify the NHL lockout, our thoughts fall into the pipeline. Here's a detailed look at the Leafs prospects throughout North American Hockey Leagues.

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Freaky Frattin

Gus Katsaros
December 06 2012 09:45AM

It’s not difficult to get caught up in the hype surrounding the young Matt Frattin. After all, all he does at the AHL level is score goals.

During the regular season all he did was score.

During the playoffs all he did was score.

Then the injury ended his playoffs prematurely.

Even after a difficult summer of rehab and getting his knee back to strength, what did Frattin do upon return?

He scored. Then he did it again. And again. Then again and again.

Dude can score.

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