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AHL Toronto Marlies vs Binghamton Senators, March 2, 2013

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Sam Carrick has played hockey in the Toronto area for a long time. The 21-year-old played his entire OHL career in Brampton, totalling almost 300 games with the Battalion. After a stint with Idaho in the ECHL, the Stouffville native returned home to play his 1st AHL game in his own backyard. Lacing them up for the Marlies on Saturday vs the Binghamton Senators, the Maple Leafs 5th rounder was quick

to make it a milestone affair. Sam tallied an assist on Toronto’s opening goal of the game, and grabbed his […]

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Toronto vs Houston - Jake Gardiner

With the returning of the National Hockey League to regular play, my favourite aspect of the AHL is starting to shine through once again. The development of first-year players.

That’s not to say it was non-existent during the first part of the season – the blooming of Spencer Abbott is a tremendous example of such – but with the holes that were left by players moving up top to the Leafs, the prominence of roles and minutes played by rookies has increased. With all eyes […]

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Toronto vs Hamilton - Jake Gardiner

The Marlies continue their four game home stand on Saturday as they host the Chicago Wolves at Ricoh Coliseum as the AHL standings race continues.

It’s the first time the two clubs have met during the course of the 2012/13 campaign, but the significance at this point in time could not be higher. Sitting seventh and eighth in the conference standings, both clubs are focused on avoiding a bump out of the playoff bubble.

The Marlies have trended downwards since the reinstatement of NHL play, having promoted a combination of […]

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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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