Toronto Marlies announce Round 2 Playoff Schedule vs. Chicago Wolves

The Toronto Marlies announced Sunday they will play the Chicago Wolves, AHL affiliate of the St. Louis Blues, in the second round of the 2014 Calder Cup Playoffs. The schedule for the best-of-seven series is as follows:

Toronto Marlies Round 2 Playoff Schedule

Round 2 
Game 1Fri., May 9 – Toronto at Chicago, 8:30 ET
Game 2 Sat. May 10 – Toronto at Chicago, 8:00 ET
Game 3Wed., May 14 – Chicago at Toronto, 7:00 ET
Game 4Fri., May 16 – Chicago at Toronto, 7:00 ET
Game 5*Sat., May 17 – Chicago at Toronto, 7:00 ET
Game 6*Mon., May 19 – Toronto at Chicago, 8:00 ET
Game 7*Wed., May 21 – Toronto at Chicago, 8:00 ET

The Chicago Wolves were the 2nd seed in the West this season, led by 23-year-old goaltender Jake Allen who posted 33 wins and a .928 save percentage this season. Fellow 2nd round pick of the Blues three years later, Ty Rattie, led the team in scoring with 48 points in 72 games. Also on the Wolves are former Leafs Keith Aucoin and Christian Hanson.

Toronto Marlies Playoff Scoring

29Jerry D'Amigo32465200633.3
23Trevor Smith3055400060
16Sam Carrick330300111127.3
3T.J. Brennan321322101711.8
17Brandon Kozun32133210633.3
14Josh Leivo3123-1010714.3
5Korbinian Holzer31121210616.7
9Greg McKegg3112-1010250
10Stuart Percy3022-100040
4Dylan Yeo3022240030
25Kenny Ryan31011001714.3
26Kevin Marshall2011320040
8Petter Granberg3011120010
44Jerred Smithson301112000
Drew MacIntyre33011.33.955
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  • Yan28

  • wyatt956

    ~Keon  And the West was the opposite- top four teams advance including the Marlies.

  • NotTheCanucksnaphook

    Man, I need to get into Shipping Wars !!   Seems right up my alley.

  • MaxwellHowe

    NotTheCanucksnaphook Deadliest Catch is my only reality program.  Reminds me why I left my little fishing hole hometown and got something of an education

  • NotTheCanucksnaphook

    MaxwellHowe NotTheCanucksnaphook  Pfft.  Education Smeducation.

  • Yan28
    Will a team try to sign a restricted free agent to an offer sheet this offseason?

    Below is a list of draft pick compensation if a team decides not to match an offer sheet.
    Cap Hit of offer sheet
    Draft Pick Compensation
    $1,110,249 or below
    Over $1,110,249 to $1,682,194
    – Third-round pick
    Over $1,682,194 to $3,364,391
    – Second-round pick
    Over $3,364,391 to $5,046,585
    – First-round and third-round pick
    Over $5,046,585 to $6,728,781 – First-round, second-round and third-round pick
    Over $6,728,781 to $8,410,976  – Two first-round picks, second-round pick, third-round pick
    Over $8,410,976 – Four first-round picks

  • ShiftyD

    Go Marlies!!!!

  • hometeem

    Yan28  did we pay more than offer sheet compensation for kessel? wasnt his salary less than 6.7 when we got him?

  • loomx

    hometeem Yan28  Yes. We would’ve given up a 1st, 2nd and 3rd I think. Instead Burke gave up two 1sts and a 2nd.

  • ShiftyD

    Yan28 So 2-1st’s, a 2nd and a 3rd for Subban this off season or more. No thanks