Generous Toronto Marlies Give Iced Coffee to 12,097 People

Jeff Veillette
December 29 2015 11:51PM

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I'm going to be upfront with you; this game between the Toronto Marlies and the Lake Erie Monsters wasn't exactly one to phone home about. It was pretty low-event, nobody did anything particularly special, and ultimately, the Marlies lost 2-1. But truthfully, I wanted an excuse to point out the absurdity of a free coffee (Iced, no less) for a home victory, which apparently is a thing in Cleveland, so we may as well talk about the game.

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TLN Monday Mailbag: December 28th

Jeff Veillette
December 28 2015 08:11PM

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It's the last mailbag of 2015! We have a few great questions for you, but more than anything else, I'd like to thank you for putting up with me to the point of encouraging me with talking points over the last 52 weeks. Here's to 52 more in 2016!

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Dmytro Timashov gets assist on lone goal in Sweden / USA

Jeff Veillette
December 28 2015 10:39AM

Team Sweden played their second game of the World Junior Hockey Championships today, and while William Nylander was out of the lineup as a result of his upper-body injury, fellow Leafs prospect Dmytro Timashov returned to the box score with an assist on the game's lone goal.

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Leafs Postgame: Brooklyn Nets

Jeff Veillette
December 27 2015 06:52PM

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Photo Credit: Andy Marlin/USA TODAY Sports

Tonight was a battle of former players. Brad Boyes, PA Parenteau, and Michael Grabner wore the blue and white in a foreign building situated in a familiar market. On the other side of the ice, Mikhail Grabovski and Nikolai Kulemin reminded Leafs fans of an era since past. Tonight, it was the former group that gained the most from the experience, as the Leafs eeked out a 3-1 victory in Brooklyn.

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Whirlwind closing minutes end in Marlies loss

Jeff Veillette
December 27 2015 04:36PM

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Photo Credit: Mike Ivall / @M_IvallOJHLI

I've said it before, and I'll say it again; there's something about the St. John's IceCaps that just make the Toronto Marlies play differently. Games against Toronto excluded, the team appears to be a slightly above average group of players on the younger end of the American Hockey League.

But if you put the Marlies in front of them, it becomes very obvious that they're a group of Montreal Canadiens prospects looking to carry on the rivalry in the league below. They put an extra step in their stride, hit a little harder, cause a little more trouble, and attack the Marlies where it hurts the most; the scoreboard. Tonight was no exception to this, as they handed Toronto just their sixth regulation loss of the season.

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