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It was no ordinary trip through the Midwest division for the Toronto Marlies this past weekend. The group of games through Chicago, Milwaukee and Peoria represented numbers 3,4 and 5 of 7 straight away from Ricoh Coliseum and also brought the total number of states visited to 4 during the stretch of travel/games. However, those are not even the cool stats! The game against the Wolves, followed up by the game vs the Admirals represented to milestone moments for a pair of young Marlies.

Morgan Rielly scored his 1st AHL/Pro goal ...

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Photo courtesy of Christian Bonin / TSG Photo

Photo courtesy of Christian Bonin / TSG Photo

Yes, the Marlies play in Peoria.
Yes, I have six things to share with you ahead of the game.
Yes, one will involve a bus reference.

Why not get it out of the way early: since the captain took the cab ride to Air Canada Centre (extending his NHL stint by playing with the Leafs on Saturday night) he will not be joining the Marlies on their Sunday bus trip to Peoria
Toronto’s win over Milwaukee marked the seventh consecutive game in which the club has ...

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Toronto vs Peoria - Jesse Blacker

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Here are six notes from me, to you, ahead of Sunday’s game against the Peoria Rivermen:

I’d way rather take a cab ride to the ACC than a bus to Peoria (10hrs)
Despite the 4-2 loss to Abbotsford on Saturday, Marlies maintain their top-of-the-division, third-in-the-conference ranking
Joe Colborne has points in three straight games
Peoria sit 14th in the Western Conference and have managed only two wins over their past five
Stud Peoria goaltender – and former Canadian World Junior – Jake Allen was recently recalled to ...

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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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