The human hand has 27 bones (28 if you include the sesamoid bone but really who ever includes that?) and an intricate connection of nerves and muscles and tendons that comprise a fairly complicated and not easily replicated piece of the human anatomy. While we aren’t the only species with opposable thumbs as some folks like to point out (koalas have two opposable thumbs so take that human superiority) we do use out hands for more than just gripping eucalyptus leaves and shoving them in our mouths. We use our hands […]
After coming off of a close 6-5 OT loss to the St. John’s IceCaps, the two teams are back at it again today at 3pm at Ricoh Coliseum. This will be the third game in as many days for the Marlies.
This will be the final meeting between Toronto and St. John’s this season. The Marlies were edged by the IceCaps at 1:21 in overtime on Saturday when Mike Cornell scored the game winner for St. John’s. Eric O’Dell of the IceCaps had a hat trick while Carl Klingberg recorded three […]
After a 4-3 OT win over the Utica Comets on Friday evening, the Marlies three-in-three weekend continues as they host the St. John’s IceCaps today at 3pm at Ricoh Coliseum. This will be the third of four match-ups between the two teams this season.
The IceCaps are coming off of a 4-1 loss to the Providence Bruins on Wednesday. With a record of 10-12-5-1, the IceCaps sit in fourth in the Atlantic Division. John Albert currently leads the team in scoring with 19 points over 28 games.
The Marlies completed a 4-3 […]
The Toronto Marlies are in Utica to take on the Comets at the Utica Memorial Auditorium at 7pm on AHL Live. This will be the fourth of eight match-ups between the two teams this season.
The Comets currently lead the North Division with a record of 17-5-3-0 and 37 points on the season. They’re coming off of a 3-1 win over the Rochester Americans on Wednesday evening, extending their current win streak to three games. Cal O’Reilly currently leads the team in scoring with 24 points over 25 games.
The Marlies are […]
The gatekeepers of Guinness Records might want to come with the Marlies on a road trip. The team doesn’t have the tallest, shortest, biggest or smallest of anything. Brad Lynn, Director of Hockey Operations, might just hold a record for answering the most questions on a hockey road trip. Some business school graduate might misinterpret that as lack of communication but they have never tried to move a hockey team from San Antonio to Oklahoma City to St. John’s all with someone going up to the Leafs and two guys […]
The holiday season is upon us, which means that the Marlies annual Teddy Bear Toss game is back for another year! This Sunday, December 14th at 3pm versus the St. John’s IceCaps, we’re asking fans to bring a new or gently used stuffed animal to the game. When the Marlies score their first goal, toss your toy onto the ice. All stuffed animals will be collected and donated to local charities.
As our way of saying thank you for your generosity, we’ll be giving all fans who bring a stuffed animal […]