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Making changes and moving bodies is the work of an American League team. The story about moving up like Stuart Percy is always more enviable to tell than the story of players going the other way. The other way, just like those who come from the NHL, seems to bring with it an air of failure. This isn’t the case most of the time but it helps for folks who aren’t invested fully to understand better when you say demoted instead of re-assigned.

The Marlies need to see something more from […]

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The Toronto Marlies and Utica Comets will once again face off today at 3pm at Ricoh Coliseum. On Saturday, the Comets edged out the Marlies by a score of 2-1 in the Marlies home opener. This will be the 2nd of 8 meetings between the two teams this season.

Trevor Smith scored the lone goal for the Marlies in the loss yesterday, with Connor Brown notching the assist for his first pro point. Antoine Bibeau made 32 saves in his first pro start for the Marlies. The Marlies went 0-for-4 on […]

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Welcome back, Marlies fans!

The Toronto Marlies will be opening up their 10th anniversary season at Ricoh Coliseum on Saturday at 3pm when they host the Utica Comets, AHL affiliate of the Vancouver Canucks. This will be the first of eight meetings between the two teams this season, and game one of a Thanksgiving Weekend double-header between the two teams.

Yesterday, Toronto announced their opening day roster which consists of 31 players, including Trevor Smith, who resumes his Marlies captain duties for a second season. Korbinian Holzer and Troy Bodie will assume […]

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The youth movement never ceases in the American League. Every team could say they were going to rely on their youth for energy and their veterans for leadership. Last season for the Marlies it was about working class. A lunch bucket team that if they didn’t gut it out they didn’t win. That was mostly true. There were a few nights that didn’t go their way for other reasons but you could pin a lot of losses on the third game in three days, the end of a road trip, […]

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Standing in the lobby of the Centennial Centre in Gravenhurst I was speaking with a fan who was dissecting the past five to ten years of the Maple Leafs organization. It’s always interesting to hear what people think has happened and what will happen. So many different takes. The opinions as sometimes they do, turned critical and a little negative. Standing to one side of us was an old time Leaf fan who been a citizen in Leaf Nation since the 50’s, prior to that he didn’t want to say […]

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Math problems. For some, the figuring of how a train leaves Chicago and meets a train leaving New York is a little bit more about outcomes than it is about the equation. The two trains are going to meet, like it or not, and that seldom turns out in a positive manner. The idea of the word/math problem is to marry the abstract of a situation with the ease of which it can be solved. It truly doesn’t matter if it’s trains or planes or buses.

Well transportation does matter if […]

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