Marlies Close Out Regular Season With Win

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
April 19 2014 05:54PM

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The playoffs are approaching for the third seed Toronto Marlies. But first, they had one last chance to give the home crowd a bit of a show without there being too much on the line. in fact, there wasn't anything on the line today; the Marlies and their opponents, the Rochester Americans, couldn't move up or down with either result. It was merely a game of pride, and one that went in favour of the Marlies.

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Marlies Lose To Utica, Locked Into 3rd

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
April 18 2014 09:07PM


If everything went the right way for the Toronto Marlies over the weekend, they had a reasonable chance of jumping into the second seed in the western conference to finish the season. However, this plan was quickly derailed, as tonight's game saw them lose to the Utica Comets by a score of 3 to 2.

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Marlies Beat Sens In OT

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
April 17 2014 10:53AM


Once again, it's late April and the Toronto Marlies are the only professional hockey game in town. It's a shame, but at the same time, at least there's a good chance at a stretch run for a bunch of these prospects. But first, the season has to be closed out, and part of that includes a whirlwind game against the Binghamton Senators, wherein the blue and white escaped with a 5-4 overtime win.

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Brennan Named AHL's Top Defenceman

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
April 16 2014 05:03PM


The American Hockey League announced today that TJ Brennan has won the 2014 Eddie Shore Award, as the AHL's most outstanding defenceman. It's their equivalent of the Norris Trophy, and for the first time, it's been won by a member of the Toronto Marlies.

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End Of A Slow Bleed

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
April 15 2014 06:18PM


A couple months back, when the shots against situation looked dire for the Toronto Maple Leafs, I wrote an article on here titled "How Bad Is The Bleeding?". Well, the season is over, and we don't have to pace the Leafs out anymore. They've given up 2945 shots this season. Here's how that stacks up compared to the last 26 years (earliest full season data available) of the National Hockey League.

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