The Toronto Marlies (14-9-1-0) are in Rochester to take on the Americans (12-11-2-2) tonight at 7:05 pm. This will be the fourth of 10 match-ups between the North Division rivals this season. So far, the Marlies have a record of 1-2 against the Americans. Their last meeting was on November 30th, when the Marlies defeated the Americans by a score of 3-2 at home.

The Americans last game was on Saturday, December 14th where they were shutout by the Syracuse Crunch 1-0 while on the road. The loss ended […]

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The Toronto Marlies (13-9-1-0) take on the St. John’s IceCaps (15-10-1-2) at Ricoh Coliseum today at 3pm. This will be the second of four match-ups between the two teams this season and the final match-up at home against the IceCaps for the Marlies this year.

Last night, the IceCaps were in Hamilton taking on the Bulldogs where they earned a 3-0 shutout for their third straight win. Jussi Olkinuora earned his first career shutout in the victory. Eric O’Dell scored his 12th goal of the season […]

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The Toronto Marlies are now 13-9-1 and currently sit in second place in the North Division (7th in Western Conference)
The Toronto Marlies defeated the Hamilton Bulldogs 4-1 in a convincing victory on Friday evening at Copps Coliseum. They return home to host the St. John’s IceCaps on Sunday.
Spencer Abbott leads the Marlies in scoring with 25 points over 22 games

Drew MacIntyre ranks 1st (tie) in AHL wins (12)


Points: Spencer Abbott  25 points
Goals: T.J. Brennan 12 goals
Assists: Spencer Abbott 21 assists
+/-: Petter Granberg +10
Penalty Minutes: Sam Carrick 48 minutes



DATE: Sunday, […]

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The Toronto Marlies (12-9-1-0) will look to bounce back from two consecutive losses when they travel to Hamilton to take on the Bulldogs (12-10-0-3) at 7:30 pm ET tonight.

The Bulldogs last game was on Sunday, December 8th at home where they defeated the Lake Erie Monsters by a score of 6-2. Forwards Gabriel Dumont and Patrick Holland each had 3 points in the victory. With the win, the Bulldogs have taken sole possession of first place in the North Division. Martin St. Pierre leads the team in scoring with 23 […]

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Scientific theory isn’t likely what you think it is. We’ve become so used to detective shows offering us crime theories that we forget what the word means to the people who use it accurately.  It is akin to the word moron, which was a medical designation that quite quickly became derogatory slang. Real theories aren’t just some notion or gut feeling. Science theory explains things like gravity, relativity, motion, evolution. It carries the credentials of what we know so far about something is the accepted truth until, and this is […]

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The Toronto Marlies (12-8-1-0) host the Hamilton Bulldogs (10-10-0-3) this afternoon at Ricoh Coliseum in Round 5 of The AHL’s Battle of Ontario. The Marlies have a record of 3-0-1 against the Bulldogs so far this season. The last time these two teams met was on November 1st, where the Marlies defeated the Bulldogs 3-1 in Hamilton.

The Bulldogs are coming off of a 4-1 loss to the Lake Erie Monsters in Cleveland last night, allowing three power play goals in the loss. Forward Maxime Macenauer scored the lone goal for […]

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