So, How Did It Go?

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
May 02 2014 08:45PM


As you've probably heard, the Toronto Marlies knocked the Milwaukee Admirals in a swift and timely fashion, opting to prevent the series from even reaching the beginning of the weekend. I expected it to be a much closer series, but this team has been very good at defying expectation all year. Just for laughs, though, I decided to compare my series preview to what actually happened.

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Toronto Marlies Sweep Milwaukee Admirals in First Round

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
May 01 2014 07:28PM


When the standings decided that the Toronto Marlies were going to face the Milwaukee Admirals in the first round, I was expecting the blue and white to be in a bit of an uphill battle. After all, this was a team that beat Toronto in both regular season games. But contrary to the past, Toronto outscored their 6th seed opponent 11-4 in the first two games, winning both. This set up a potential sweep today, which ended up going down with a 2-0 win.

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Key Players Returning as Marlies Look To Close Out Series

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
April 30 2014 02:08PM


The Toronto Marlies had their third practice since returning home from Milwaukee today, and with tomorrow's game quickly approaching, seem to be focused on closing things out sooner than later.

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How The Leafs Ruined The Playoffs

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
April 29 2014 07:39PM


The Stanley Cup Playoffs have been a bit of a mess this season, and it's all thanks to the Toronto Maple Leafs ruining everything. Hear me out. 

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Connecting the Leafs to the KHL Finals

Jeff Veillette (Jeffler)
April 28 2014 03:57PM

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The Kontinental Hockey League is a magical place. The fans are fewer, but they're louder. The players are often paid more than they'd make in North America, but as a whole, the teams spend less. Ilya Kovalchuk and Alexander Radulov are still people that exist to be good at winning hockey games. And, most importantly, instead of the Stanley Cup, they play for the Gagarin Cup. This year, Metallurg Magnitogorsk is taking on Lev Praha, in a series that's about to go to a 7th and deciding game on Wednesday.

I was bored, so I took a look at some of the connections these two teams have to the Leafs.

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