Marlies Win 3-2 Over Abbotsford

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
March 23 2014 03:48PM

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After a disappointing 5-1 loss against the Milwaukee Admirals yesterday afternoon, the Toronto Marlies had to come into today with clear minds and an eagerness to rebound from their prior mistakes. Their opponents today were the Abbotsford Heat, hot off the heels of a 5-1 game themselves, in their case a win against Hamilton. Would it be the home team's wakeup call or the visitor's momentum that ruled the day? Somehow, it was both. The Marlies stormed out to start, the Heat took over for most of the game, and a major penalty gave Toronto the last push they needed to pull out a 3-2 win.

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REMINDER: It's a Game and These are People

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
March 22 2014 11:53PM

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Hey there, it's me, Jeffler. I'm that guy that the internet tells to Shut Up a lot. Please look at the above picture, of just some of April Reimer (James' wife)'s interactions box on twitter. Read every single message, and come back to me. 

Are we done? Okay. Let's have a moment.

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LEAFS POSTGAME - The Spiral Continues

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
March 22 2014 07:49PM

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This was a weird game, to say the least. I'm not even sure if I'm comfortable with saying that a team won this game; rather, one where one lost less than the other. The two teams took turns waking up, falling asleep, and going back to step one. In this case, the Leafs were a little bit better at messing up, and the Habs took home two regulation points.

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Marlies Blown Out By Milwaukee

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
March 22 2014 03:45PM

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If the AHL regular season ended last night, the 3rd place in the Western Conference Toronto Marlies would be put against the 6th place Milwaukee Admirals in the first round of the playoffs. There's still lots of time to go, but in the event that the standings remain the same, today's game will be a good example of how it might play out. Barring that, it's an opportunity to see Filip Forsberg, who I have an immense prospect crush on. Either way, the game lived up to the bill, though some goaltending mistakes by both Rookies and a stellar effort by Admirals netminder Scott Darling lead to a 5-1 loss.

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Battle of the Grinders: Clarkson vs. Komarov

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
March 21 2014 08:33PM

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This summer, the Toronto Maple Leafs signed David Clarkson to a deal that was bad (7 years @ 5.25 per) when it was signed, but now feels extremely ugly. "Why did they sign this guy over keeping Clarke MacArthur?" many yelled, thinking he was the cheapest player they could compare him to. But as it turns out, we can dig even deeper. I give you: David Clarkson (2014 Model) vs. Leo Komarov (2013 Model).

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