Marlies close out weekend with pair of losses

Jeff Veillette
March 13 2016 07:44PM


The last time we sat down, the topic-du-jour was the Toronto Marlies' new-found mortality and how they shook through it with a blowout win against the Portland Pirates. At the same time, though, we also talked about how Sheldon Keefe believed that the team was entering their toughest weekend of hockey yet. Sure enough, he was proven correct as the Marlies dropped games against the Providence Bruins and Albany Devils to close out another weaker-than-usual weekend.

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Mortality, Can vs Will, and the Toronto Marlies

Jeff Veillette
March 12 2016 11:08AM


The dream of the Toronto Marlies finishing the season with an 0.800 record is all but over. It was a great run while it lasted, but thanks to a three-game losing streak last weekend, the blue and white would have to win every game they play the rest of the season to accomplish the milestone. Having the bragging rights of being the best team to ever run through an AHL regular season would have been nice (and still not terribly unattainable) but at the same time, feeling a sense of mortality isn't a bad thing either.

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Leafs recall Rinat Valiev from Toronto Marlies

Jeff Veillette
March 11 2016 09:48AM

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The Toronto Maple Leafs continue the merry-go-round of NHL looks today, this time calling up defenceman Rinat Valiev from the Toronto Marlies while sending TJ Brennan back down.

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Marlies sign Taylor Doherty to PTO

Jeff Veillette
March 10 2016 04:13PM

Ahead of another grueling three-in-three weekend, the Toronto Marlies have shored up their defensive depth. The team announced today that they've signed Taylor Doherty to a Professional Tryout deal.

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It Doesn't Matter Where You're From, As Long As You Can Play

Jeff Veillette
March 10 2016 11:04AM

Last night, I had the opportunity to go to the Leafs game courtesy of the legendary Watts and Volts Electric Company (and by that, I mean my uncle sent a few of us people he cares about to have a night off). It's nice to go take in a game in the stands every so often to refresh your perspective on the game. That is, of course, until you end up sitting next to "that guy".

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