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Hockey fans know what a special place the Hockey Hall of Fame is. From its beautiful architecture to its various relics and artifacts, it’s truly an outstanding venue and a must-see destination for every hockey fan. Last week, the Marlies season seat holders got to experience the venue and all it had to offer while spending the evening with the members of the Toronto Marlies.

The evening started out with Marlies play-by-play man Todd Crocker welcoming everybody before inviting head coach Steve Spott to the podium for a few words. The first order of ...

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The Toronto Marlies (35-19-2-3) face off against the Hamilton Bulldogs (26-29-1-4) for the twelfth and final time this afternoon at Ricoh Coliseum. The Marlies are 5-4-0-2 against the Bulldogs this season. Check out this infographic on how the Battle of Ontario stacks up by the numbers.

The Bulldogs defeated the Syracuse Crunch last night on the road 2-1 in the shootout. Bulldogs forward Mike Blunden was the 18th shooter in the shootout and the only one to notch a goal. Martin St. Pierre leads the team in scoring with ...

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The Toronto Marlies (34-19-2-3) are in Rochester to take on the Americans (30-20-5-4) tonight at 7:05 pm in a key divisional match-up for the two teams. The Marlies are currently first place in the North with 73 points, while the Americans are not far behind with 69 points.

The Americans are coming off of a 5-4 overtime loss to the Oklahoma City Barons at home on Sunday to close out a three-in-three. Phil Varone notched three points in the victory and has collected 7 points in his last three ...

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Toronto was vastly different landscape in 1964. Do you remember? The Gardiner Expressway was finished and traffic was eased through downtown coming in and out of the city. Do you remember? The skyline was telling tales of things to come but it was still dominated by the Royal York Hotel. You remember.  The Cork Room served a mean dinner for under five bucks.  Is it coming back? Water fountains,  lumbering streetcars, a busy industrial waterfront…and a phenomenal junior team in the Marlboros.

Likely there are a lot of you who don’t ...

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The Toronto Marlies (34-19-2-2) finish off their third game in three days as they host the Wilkes-Barre Scranton Penguins (31-20-3-5) today at Ricoh Coliseum for 1964 Night.

This will also be the third game in three days for the Penguins as the team concludes a five-game road swing today in Toronto. The team is coming off a  4-2 victory yesterday in Hamilton against the Bulldogs. Andrew Ebbett had three points in the victory. Tom Kostopoulos currently leads the team in scoring with 41 points over 56 games.

The Marlies are coming off of a ...

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The Toronto Marlies (33-19-2-2) and the Lake Erie Monsters (24-26-0-6) face off once again this afternoon at 3pm at Ricoh Coliseum for a Blue and White Double Dangle game day.

Last night, the Marlies fell to the Monsters in Cleveland by a score of 3-2 in a rather feisty affair as the two teams racked up over 195 minutes in penalties. After trailing 3-0 to the Monsters in the third period, the Marlies managed to score two quick goals in the final frame thanks to Spencer Abbott and Jerry D’Amigo, but ...

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