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The road trip continues for the Toronto Marlies (43-24-2-4) as they visit the Binghamton Senators (42-24-2-5) in their final match-up this season at 7:05pm on AHL Live. The last meeting between the Marlies and Senators was on February 26th in Toronto, where the Marlies defeated the Senators by a score of 4-2.

The Senators currently sit 5th in the Eastern Conference and officially clinched a berth in the 2014 Calder Cup Playoffs this past Sunday despite falling 1-0 to the Hershey Bears in overtime. Stephane da Costa currently leads the team ...

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The Toronto Marlies (31-17-2-2) host the Binghamton Senators (33-16-1-3) in their second School Day Game of the season today at 11 am at Ricoh Coliseum.

This will be the first of two match-ups between the two teams this season. The Senators currently sit first in the East Division with 70 points. The team last hit the ice last Saturday, February 22nd in a 3-2 loss to the Utica Comets at home, which snapped a 4-game win streak. Forward Mark Stone is currently on a 10-game point streak. Stephane Da ...

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Toronto vs Binghamton - Paul Ranger Jake Gardiner

Here are six points ahead of Saturday’s game against Binghamton:

Toronto’s captain Ryan Hamilton ranks second in the league with a shooting percentage of 24
Ranked third in the conference, Toronto needs four points to take second
Making his first return to Toronto is ex-Maple Leafs defenceman Brett Lebda
Binghamton has won only three of their last seven
The Marlies are 5-4-0-1 in their last ten meetings against the Senators
Tune into all the action starting at 3pm on Rogers TV, TSN 1050 and AHL Live

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Games at hand. The amount of games a team has played can help determine where they end up in the standings. It played in Toronto’s favour, following a win on Sunday, as the Marlies jumped from 8th to 3rd in the Western Conference. This is why the point continues to be made – the stretch of 10 straight home games (now 8) carries a lot of weight for the Marlies because of how they are positioned in the standings. At 51 games played heading into this week, Toronto has 27 ...

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Toronto vs Binghamton - Mike Zigomanis, Jesse Blacker, Josh Engel

 

Marlies are in Binghamton Friday to face the Senators with a lineup which has changed even more since the shifting of bodies that happened with the opening of Maple Leafs training camp. The Marlies currently sit third in the Eastern Conference while the Senators are ranked fourth in the west. Friday marks the second meeting between the two clubs this season, both being in Binghamton, with the remaining two to be hosted at Ricoh in early March.

The Marlies will be without Keith Aucoin who was acquired by the New York ...

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It has been a very busy week and the Marlies have not yet reached game day, so buckle up for a packed full edition of the latest blog!
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For the second straight season, both coach Dallas Eakins and Captain Ryan Hamilton will represent the Toronto Marlies on the Western Conference All-Star squad. This honour, announced today, was also bestowed on defenceman Mike Kostka. While currently at Toronto Maple Leaf camp and missing time in the AHL, Kostka rests 3rd in the league when tallying points from a defenceman and would lead ...

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