There is good quiet, when the only sound you hear is the crackling of a dim campfire. Then, there is bad quiet, when the there is only the sound of bus wheels on the pavement after a game seven loss. The Marlies endured the latter this morning. The playoff run ended as will every other team save one, with a loss. This one coming not in a sweep, not in a over-matched toss of the coin but in a tight series where the year long battle […]
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After defeating the Texas Stars by a score of 2-1 in Game 6 last night to tie up their Western Conference Final series 3-3, the Marlies have forced Game 7 which is set for Tuesday night at 8:30pm ET in Texas.
The Marlies opened the scoring for the 13th consecutive game on Monday. Carter Ashton scored his third and fourth goals of the playoffs with two tallies in the victory. Peter Holland also had two points with two assists. Curtis McKenzie scored the lone Texas goal on the powerplay late in […]
It’s a must-win game for the Toronto Marlies to keep their playoff run alive as Game 6 of the Western Conference Finals between the Marlies and Texas Stars is set for tonight at 8:30pm at Cedar Park Center in Texas.
The Stars currently lead the series 3-2 after defeating the Marlies in a close 2-1 win on Saturday afternoon in Toronto. The Marlies opened the scoring thanks to Spencer Abbott’s 4th goal of the playoffs but were unable to find the scoresheet again. Texas outshot Toronto 33-18 and went 0-for-3 on […]
The Toronto Marlies will look to bounce back after falling to the Texas Stars on Wednesday evening 3-2 as Game 4 is set for tonight at Ricoh Coliseum. With the loss, the Stars now lead the best-of-seven series 2-1.
The Marlies opened the scoring once again in the game when T.J. Brennan scored just over 9 minutes into the first period. Texas would come back early in the second period to tie it, and the two teams traded goals in the third period but Travis Morin would ultimately score the difference […]
After taking a 3-0 series lead over the Chicago Wolves on Wednesday thanks to Jerry D’Amigo’s overtime goal, the Marlies have a chance to close out their best-of-seven series tonight at Ricoh Coliseum.
The Marlies and Wolves traded goals early in the first period of Game 3 with T.J. Brennan opening the scoring on the powerplay early in the first. Peter Holland scored his third goal of the playoffs, giving him 5 points over 3 games played. D’Amigo continues to lead the team and the League in scoring with 11 points […]