The Toronto Marlies Have Won A Hockey Game

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
December 02 2014 07:43PM


It's been almost a month, but after losing nine straight, the Toronto Marlies have finally done it. They've snapped their franchise record losing streak and won a hockey game, beating the Grand Rapids Griffins by a score of 4-2.

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Monday Mailbag: Tuesday Mailbag Edition

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
December 02 2014 07:03AM


I had a day off yesterday. I cleaned my room, did laundry, and took care of errands. It's been a long few weeks, so it was good to get that all out of the way.

I also forgot to write the mailbag. Whoops. But there's lots of stuff to talk about!

To submit a question, either leave a comment on here or tweet myself (@Jeffler) or the site (@TLNdc).

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Marlies Freefall Continues With 9th Consecutive Loss

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
November 30 2014 06:15PM


If all good things must come to an end, surely the bad ones will have the same fate as well. The Toronto Marlies certainly came into today hoping that would be the case, entering the game in the midst of their longest losing streak in team history. Unfortunately for them, the end is till a ways away, as the Lake Erie Monsters handed them a 4-1 defeat in front of the fans at Ricoh Coliseum.

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Leafs Post Game: Making Pat Proud

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
November 29 2014 07:51PM

The Toronto Maple Leafs did a very cool thing and honoured Pat Quinn before tonight's game. They also did another cool thing and ran the Washington Capitals out of the Air Canada Centre, defeating them by a score of 6-2.

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What's Up With The Toronto Marlies?

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
November 28 2014 04:44PM


The final buzzer sounds at Ricoh Coliseum. Fans, for the most part, are just happy to have their team back in town. After all, they've spent the past several weeks on a road trip while their home arena was put to a different use, hosting the annual Royal Winter Fair. The reaction from the players, however, is not as positive. Heads are hung low during the walk from the bench to the room. Men living out their dreams look visibly frustrated.

Perhaps the loud f-bomb that escaped the room, coming from an unidentified player, best describes the Toronto Marlies' seven game losing streak.

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