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The Toronto Marlies (42-24-2-4) are in Wilkes-Barre/Scranton to take on the Penguins (42-23-3-5) to close out a three-in-three weekend. This will be the second and final match-up between the two teams this season. The Marlies and Penguins faced off on March 9th at Ricoh Coliseum where the Marlies fell 4-3 in a shootout.

The Penguins are coming off of a 2-1 victory over the Binghamton Senators on Saturday evening that officially clinched the team a berth in the 2014 Calder Cup Playoffs. With 92 points, the Penguins currently sit atop the […]

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The Toronto Marlies (34-19-2-2) finish off their third game in three days as they host the Wilkes-Barre Scranton Penguins (31-20-3-5) today at Ricoh Coliseum for 1964 Night.

This will also be the third game in three days for the Penguins as the team concludes a five-game road swing today in Toronto. The team is coming off a  4-2 victory yesterday in Hamilton against the Bulldogs. Andrew Ebbett had three points in the victory. Tom Kostopoulos currently leads the team in scoring with 41 points over 56 games.

The Marlies are coming off of a […]

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Toronto vs Wilkes-Barre/Scranton - Mike Zigomanis

Just days after the previous game day blog discussing Marlies on the move up to the NHL and how quickly things can change, the roster has yet again been shaken up.

Although the circumstances are all completely unrelated, it almost seems like the Marlies cashed in on a two-for-one deal. Matt Frattin was recalled by the NHL Maple Leafs to replace the injured Joffrey Lupul, while Toronto’s AHL blue line has been bolstered with the returning of both Korbinian Holzer and Jake Gardiner. Frattin made haste with impression making […]

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The final two games of the month of January also represent the remaining pair before the AHL All-Star break. It also means this is the final Pre Game Meal before February, so please enjoy!

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The Maple Leafs home opener is always  a game that holds a few more special moments than most of the rest to follow over the course of the NHL season in Toronto. For the Marlies organization, it was extra special. 11 of the 20 players that made up the Maple Leafs home opening roster had spent playing […]

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Toronto vs Wilkes-Barre/Scranton - Ben Scrivens & Mike Zigomanis

Saturday’s performance from Ben Scrivens was a stand-out one for the third-year pro.

I don’t want to pretend I’m a fancy shmancy hockey analyst – because when it comes to breaking down the forecheck or explaining the trap I’m all thumbs – but Scrivens’ poise, timing and sheer dominance looked to be the best he has put forward all season (not taking anything away from any other game – especially not his shutout).

Yet it seems the Urim and the Thummim did not fall in the Marlies favour (how’s that for a […]

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WBS Penguins - Phil Dupuis

As the Marlies continue their tour of the Eastern Conference, their next stop is the home of the Penguins.

Now, before everyone gets tongue-tied, I’ll help you out with the town name. The Penguins reside almost right in between Pittsburgh and Philadelphia; spelled Wilkes-Barre you’ll want to pronounce it WILLKS-BAR. The Scranton on the end honours the town 30 minutes away (made popular over recent times by The Office).

Now enough with the geography lesson, let’s switch to math.

Having lost their past two on the road, the Marlies visit Wilkes-Barre […]

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