Carter Ashton's hat trick was the difference in a 5-2 Marlies win over the Lake Erie Monsters on Sunday afternoon.
With three goals so far today Carter Ashton now has 13 goals in 16 games. Had only 11 in 53 games last season.
— Kyle Cicerella (@KyleTheReporter) March 2, 2014
Another player responding well to his demotion, Jerry D'Amigo added another assist (he's been playing at a point-per-game pace for the last 12) in today's win. Greg McKegg added two helpers while Brandon Kozun and TJ Brennan rounded out the scoring.
The Toronto Marlies defeated the Lake Erie Monsters, AHL affiliate of the...
A positive in a loss that snapped the Marlies' four-game winning streak: Jerry D'Amigo scored his 10th goal in the last 11 games.
The Hamilton Bulldogs, AHL affiliate of the Montreal Canadiens, defeated the Toronto Marlies by a score of 5-2 this afternoon at Ricoh Coliseum.
Gabriel Dumont gave the Bulldogs a 1-0 lead at 6:34 of the opening frame. The Marlies would tie the game before the end of the period when Stuart Percy notched his second goal of the season. Hamilton would open up a 4-2 lead before the end of the second period with Mike Blunden, Sven Andrighetto...
The Marlies won their fourth straight this morning with a 4-2 win over the Binghamton Senators. Jerry D'Amigo scored his ninth goal in the last ten games while Kenny Ryan, Mike Duco and Josh Leivo rounded out the scoring.
MARLIES EXTEND WIN STREAK TO FOUR IN WIN OVER BINGHAMTON
The Toronto Marlies defeated the Binghamton Senators, AHL affiliate of the Ottawa Senators, by a score of 4-2 today at Ricoh Coliseum.
Kenny Ryan opened the scoring with his team shorthanded at 19:46 of the first...
The Toronto Marlies defeated the Oklahoma City Barons, AHL affiliate of the Edmonton Oilers, by a score of 4-1 this afternoon at Ricoh Coliseum.
After a scoreless opening period, Anton Lander gave the Barons a 1-0 lead on the powerplay at 3:48 of the middle frame. Greg McKegg and Jamie Devane would tally twice in just over a minute to give Toronto a 2-1 lead heading into the third period. McKegg’s 13th goal of the season and second of the afternoon gave the Marlies...
The Toronto Marlies won 2-1 over the San Antiono Rampage in Saturday's matinee. Goals from Tyler Biggs and Jerry D'Amigo. Here's our latest Toronto Marlies report from Daniel Kovalevsky covering the Utica loss and Stars win from the week previous.
The Toronto Marlies defeated the San Antonio Rampage, AHL affiliate of the Florida Panthers, by a score of 2-1 this afternoon at Ricoh Coliseum.
Toronto opened the scoring on the first shift of the game when Tyler Biggs notched his 6th goal of the season...
Last week, your Toronto Marlies had two games on the schedule against the Utica Comets (Vancouver) and Texas Stars (Dallas). A disappointing last-minute loss to the Comets and a bounce-back win against the Stars brings the Marlies record to 29-17-2-2 for 62 points. The Marlies remain in first in the North Division and third in the Western Conference. Toronto has a three-point lead and one game in hand on Rochester, the only real threat to take the North Division away from them. Toronto also continues to gain ground on second-placed Grand Rapids; the Marlies are three points back with...
Your Toronto Marlies came into this week with three games on the schedule against the San Antonio Rampage (Florida), the Grand Rapids Griffins (Detroit), and the Hamilton Bulldogs (Montreal). The Marlies were looking to bounce back after two previous up-and-down weeks. They did just that, winning 2 out of 3 games this weekend and nearly pulling off the come-back in the last game of the set.
A report on the loss to Utica on Sunday and today's win over Texas will be posted in the next few days.
Marlies (5)(SO) vs Rampage (4)
Marlies Goal Scorers: D’amigo (2), Holzer, Ross
The Toronto Marlies came into this January 30 - February 1 stretch with a three-game road trip on tap in the southern states. The Marlies squared off with the Oklahoma City Barons (Edmonton), San Antonio Rampage (Florida), and the Texas Stars (Dallas).
This was a week to forget for the Marlies, who won one of three games and suffered a 6-0 blowout in one of the losses.
Marlies (3) vs Barons (5)
Marlies Goal Scorers: Abbott (2), Brennan
Marlies Assists: McKegg, McLeod, Carrick, Kozun (2), Abbott
The first period saw another slow start for the Marlies, something I brought up as an issue...
The Hamilton Bulldogs defeated the Toronto Marlies by a score of 4-3 this afternoon at Ricoh Coliseum.
Jerry D’Amigo opened the scoring just 51 seconds into the game on his 11th goal of the season. Jarred Tinordi and Sven Andrighetto would tally for Hamilton before the end of the first period to give the Bulldogs a 2-1 lead. Mike Blunden extended the Hamilton lead to 3-1 on a powerplay goal at 13:24 of the middle frame. Andrighetto notched his second goal of afternoon at 56 seconds of the third period to give the Bulldogs a three goal lead. Despite two...
The Marlies came into this busy stretch, spanning January 20 to January 26, with five games on the docket; three games on the road to finish up a ridiculous seven-game road trip followed by two home-games on the weekend. The Marlies played, in order: Rockford Icehogs (Chicago), Milwaukee Admirals (Nashville), Hamilton Bulldogs (Montreal), Chicago Wolves (St. Louis), and the Lake Erie Monsters (Colorado).
Here is your Marlies report for that week. I’ll be catching up on the most recent games in the days ahead.
Marlies (3) vs IceHogs(2)
Marlies Goal Scorers: McKegg, Abbott, Brennan
Marlies Assists: Brennan, Abbott (2), Carrick, Broll, McKegg
The Maple Leafs have reportedly recalled 2010 third round pick Greg McKegg from the Toronto Marlies. This appears to be an insurance policy for tomorrow's game vs. the Senators in case Peter Holland can’t go, as he was nursing a minor injury from yesterday’s win over Florida.
James van Riemsdyk and Carter Ashton are also banged up at the moment.
Sounds like Greg Mckegg is on his way up to the #Leafs— Andrew Walker (@FAN590Walker) January 31, 2014
Greg McKegg has been centering the Marlies’ top line for most of the season and has quietly compiled an impressive 26 points in 35...
According to @themayor, the Maple Leafs have acquired Manchester Monarchs right-winger Brandon Kozun from the Los Angeles Kings. The 23-year-old Los Angeles native was drafted in the sixth round of the 2009 draft.
#LAKings have traded Brandon Kozun to Toronto Maple Leafs. #TML
— The Mayor John Hoven (@mayorNHL) January 22, 2014
The 5'8, 180-pound Kozun has been a regular AHL points contributor but has yet to play an NHL game. He has amassed 179 points in 264 AHL games. Some offensive firepower for the Marlies here, from the looks of things, as Kozun is from all reports a skilled little winger...
This past week, the Toronto Marlies were looking at games three and four of their current seven-game road trip after garnering three out of four points the previous weekend in St. John’s. The Marlies played the Iowa Wild (Minnesota) on Wednesday and the Chicago Wolves (St. Louis) on Friday. Toronto won both games in OT and came out with all four points, continuing their road success.
The Marlies are now 22-11-2-2, leading the North Division by six points over Hamilton with two games in hand. They sit third in the Western Conference, seven back of second-place Texas but with four...
MLHS' Alec Brownscombe recently caught up with Director of Player Development Jim Hughes to check in on the progress of the younger Maple Leafs.
Hughes and Claude Loiselle had recently traveled to the World Juniors together to take in Frederik Gauthier and Andreas Johnson's performances for Team Canada and Team Sweden respectively, as well as one viewing of Fabrice Herzog for Team Switzerland.
On Connor Brown's eye-popping production:
JH: In Connor’s case, the goals and assists are in a lot of ways just the result of his whole makeup. He loves the game, he works extremely hard day in day out, he’s...
The Marlies came into the past weekend facing a back to back set against the St. John’s Ice Caps on the road. Since our last Marlies report (Dec. 7), the Marlies have won seven of 11 games, including the AHL Outdoor Classic and a previous home win against the Ice Caps (3-2W) on December 15. The Marlies came into the weekend looking to take as many points as possible; this was the beginning of a 7-game road trip, and in a tough North Division starting a long road trip with some points in the bank is crucial for morale.
As those who could tolerate the Fox Sports commentators and the poor camera angles can attest to, the Marlies staged a late comeback effort to win 4-3 in shootout over the Grand Rapids Griffins in the Hockeytown Winter Festival Outdoor game. The Marlies sit 17-10-3 at the 30-game pole and now lead the North Division by three points over Hamilton with three games in hand.
This Marlies team is interesting to watch, in the sense that there is a contradistinction between their style of play and that of the big club. Aside from Spencer Abott, who at least to me...
MLHS is pleased to have Daniel Kovalevsky, better known as Pent_House around these parts, contributing some Marlies writings going forward.
A pivotal match against the Montreal Canadien’s AHL affiliate, The Hamilton Bull-Dogs, awaited the Marlies at the Ricoh on Saturday, as these divisional foes met up for their 5th of 12 regular season contests. Along with being the Battle of Ontario in the AHL, this game was important for the Marlies as these teams are divisional rivals in a tightly-grouped North Division, with the 4th place Bulldogs only 2 points behind the 1st place Marlies. The Marlies came into the game...
The Toronto Marlies defeated the Charlotte Checkers, AHL affiliate of the Carolina Hurricanes, by a score of 3-2 Tuesday night at Ricoh Coliseum.
Rasmus Rissanen opened the scoring for the Checkers at 11:02 of the first period. The Marlies would tie the game on Brad Ross’ first goal of the season at 14:30. Josh Leivo notched the lone second period goal on a powerplay at 5:36. The two teams traded goals in the final frame, with Brett Sutter scoring at 2:17 and Troy Bodie tallying the game winning goal at 13:26.
The Marlies return to the ice on Saturday, November 23...
Courtesy of the Toronto Marlies:
"The Marlies posted a record of 1-0-1-0 in two games this past week. On Friday night, Toronto traveled down the QEW for their third meeting of the season against the Hamilton Bulldogs, AHL affiliate of the Montreal Canadiens. Despite Josh Leivo scoring his first goal of the season just over five minutes into the game, the Marlies were defeated 2-1 in overtime. Martin St. Pierre tallied both goals for the Bulldogs, while goaltender Drew MacIntyre stopped 35 of 37 shots in the loss.
In their second game of the week, the Marlies defeated the...