Toronto - Keith Aucoin

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UPDATE: Matt Frattin to dress for the Toronto Marlies tonight. In his 13 playoff games prior to injury Frattin scored 10 goals, 13 points. Certainly a welcomed return to the Toronto lineup.

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As it marked the beginning of the Marlies extended time away from Ricoh, so too does it indicate the end.

The Toronto Marlies return to Copps Coliseum to meet the Bulldogs after stringing together four wins and suffering only two losses since they last squared off in a game that was ultimately decided by Simon Gysbers’ overtime goal. Those four ...

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Biggs/Percy - Stuart Percy

Not staying long, just wanted to leave you folks with the latest in the Biggs/Percy series. The camera tags along through an entire Mississauga Steelheads game day as head coach James Boyd speaks on Percy’s leadership style; the team squares off against an offensive Erie top line including 15 year old Connor McDavid; and Stuart speaks of what the poppy means to him.

Enjoy.

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This could possibly be the most interesting test the Marlies have faced – and perhaps will face – all season.

The draft rankings of the Oklahoma City roster (AHL affiliate to the Edmonton Oilers) may be the most prestigious in all the AHL right now. The Barons boast seven selected in the second round to add to the six drafted in the NHL’s top 30, including two chosen first overall. Clutch goals, shootout goals and game winning goals have made Jordan Eberle, Taylor Hall and Ryan Nugent-Hopkins household names.

That’s ...

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Jon Abbott

First off I’d like to dispel any rumours that Jon Abbott has turned 100, that’s just preposterous (the video for that would have to be much better). No, rather he crossed 100 games called with the Marlies this past week.

While the team fought from behind to tie and eventually win in Houston, our good friend Jon Abbott was sitting in front of the Marlies microphone for the 100th time. All of us wanted to make sure we recognized this feat, and not just those at Marlies headquarters. Many sent along your ...

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First up, isn’t this pic incredible? It’s from a while ago, but it’s so good it is definitely worth reusing.

By now you probably know that the Marlies defeated the San Antonio Rampage on Saturday night in impressive fashion. Twice the team trailed by two goals, but first of the year tallies from Colborne, Scott, Kadri and D’Amigo lead the club to a 5-3 victory and a sweep of the Texan leg of this Royal roadie.

Now, had you not been online Saturday what you likely missed was the friendly beaking that escaped ...

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The last six periods have seen nine goals from the Toronto squad, the most yet over a two game span this season. On Saturday the Marlies will look to prove they can continue the upward swing and string together a third straight road victory.

The San Antonio Rampage – AHL affiliate to the Florida Panthers – will play host to the Toronto team on the ice surface inside AT&T Centre. Toronto was winless last season in the pair of games against the rampage, prolonging the struggles the Marlies have had against ...

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