Toronto Marlies Schedule

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Toronto Marlies 2021-22 Regular Season Schedule

The Toronto Marlies will play 72 regular-season games in 2021-22 (down from the usual 76 in a typical AHL season) while remaining inside the North Divison. Their divisional opponents include the Rochester Americans, Laval Rocket, Belleville Senators, Utica Comets, Syracuse Crunch, and the Cleveland Monsters.

The Toronto Marlies have failed to qualify for the AHL playoffs for the 2021-22 season.
DateAwayHomeTime (EST)


Oct. 16ManitobaToronto5-1 Win
Oct. 17ManitobaToronto5-0 Loss
Oct. 23RochesterToronto7-3 Loss
Oct. 24ClevelandToronto3-2 Win (SO)
Oct. 27TorontoLaval5-0 Loss
Oct. 29TorontoBelleville5-2 Win
Oct. 30BellevilleToronto5-2 Win


Nov. 5TorontoRochester4-1 Win
Nov. 6TorontoUtica5-2 Loss
Nov. 13TorontoChicago5-1 Win
Nov. 14TorontoChicago2-1 Win (OT)
Nov. 17LavalToronto6-5 Loss (SO)
Nov. 20LehighToronto3-2 Win (OT)
Nov. 21ClevelandToronto6-5 Loss (OT)
Nov. 26TorontoCleveland5-1 Loss
Nov. 27ClevelandToronto4-3 Win (OT)


Dec. 5LavalToronto5-1 Loss
Dec. 10Toronto
Springfield4-2 Win
Dec. 11TorontoBridgeport5-4 Loss
Dec. 12TorontoProvidence5-1 Loss
Dec. 15SyracuseToronto4-2 Loss
Dec. 18TorontoGrand RapidsPOSTPONED
Dec. 19TorontoGrand RapidsPOSTPONED
Dec. 21WB/ScrantonTorontoPOSTPONED
Dec. 28ProvidenceTorontoPOSTPONED
Dec. 30TorontoBelleville5-2 Win


Jan. 1BellevilleToronto2-1 Loss
Jan. 3BellevilleToronto4-2 Win
Jan. 5UticaToronto6-4 Win
Jan. 7TorontoLavalPOSTPONED
Jan. 8TorontoLavalPOSTPONED
Jan. 10SpringfieldToronto5-4 Win
Jan. 12BellevilleToronto4-2 Win
Jan. 15TorontoHershey4-3 Win (OT)
Jan. 16TorontoLehigh4-3 Win (OT)
Jan. 19TorontoHartford5-2 Loss
Jan. 21TorontoWB/Scranton5-1 Loss
Jan. 22TorontoWB/Scranton3-2 Loss (OT)
Jan. 24TorontoGrand Rapids4-3 Win (OT)
Jan. 28TorontoBelleville5-1 Win


Feb. 2TorontoGrand Rapids4-3 Win
Feb. 5RochesterToronto5-2 Win
Feb. 16UticaToronto6-2 Win
Feb. 18TorontoBelleville4-3 Loss
Feb. 19BellevilleToronto5-4 Loss (OT)
Feb. 21LavalToronto6-2 Win
Feb. 23LavalToronto6-4 Loss
Feb. 26TorontoRochester4-0 Win
Feb. 27RochesterToronto5-3 Loss


Mar. 2AbbotsfordToronto6-4 Loss
Mar. 5TorontoCleveland4-2 Loss
Mar. 6TorontoCleveland8-5 Win
Mar. 8ProvidenceToronto3-1 Loss
Mar. 9AbbotsfordToronto3-0 Loss
Mar. 11TorontoUtica3-2 Loss
Mar. 12TorontoSyracuse3-2 Win (SO)
Mar. 17HersheyToronto3-0 Win
Mar. 19ChicagoToronto4-2 Loss
Mar. 20ChicagoToronto4-2 Win
Mar. 22WB/ScrantonToronto5-1 Loss
Mar. 23WB/ScrantonToronto6-1 Win
Mar. 25TorontoRochester3-2 Win (SO)
Mar. 26BridgeportToronto5-1 Loss
Mar. 29TorontoAbbotsford5-3 Win
Mar. 30TorontoAbbotsford4-3 Win (OT)


Apr. 1TorontoMantoba5-0 Loss
Apr. 3TorontoMantoba4-3 Loss
Apr. 6SyracuseToronto4-3 Win (OT)
Apr. 9Grand RapidsToronto7-5 Loss
Apr. 10Grand RapidsToronto4-1 Win
Apr. 15HartfordToronto4-1 Win
Apr. 16TorontoSyracuse5-1 Loss
Apr. 20TorontoBelleville5-4 Loss
Apr. 22TorontoLaval5-1 Win
Apr. 24BellevilleToronto4-3 Loss
Apr. 27TorontoLaval5-4 Win (OT)
Apr. 28TorontoLaval5-4 Loss (OT)
Apr. 30TorontoBelleville5-2 Loss

Marlies Schedule Notes

  • 23 teams will qualify for the Calder Cup playoffs in 2022, which means there are five playoff berths in the North Division rather than four as in previous seasons. The fifth and fourth-placed teams will play a best-of-three first round.
  • The division-heavy schedule remains in place with a total of 50 games against rivals, although it has been lessened somewhat from previous years. Toronto will face Belleville on 12 occasions, Laval eight times, Cleveland and Rochester six times, and Utica and Syracuse four times to make up the remainder of the North Division schedule.
  • There is a little more diversity of opponents to look forward to this season, with the Marlies playing at least one team from each division. Toronto will face seven of the eight teams in the Atlantic Division, with Charlotte being the one exception. The Abbotsford Canucks have been placed in the Pacific Division and provide Toronto’s lone opponent from the west coast.
  • Toronto will do battle with three foes from the Central Division. They include Chicago, Grand Rapids, and Manitoba, with the Moose heading to Toronto to play a doubleheader at Coca-Cola Coliseum to open the season.
  • The annual long road trip runs from January 15 to February 3, 2022, as Toronto plays eight games in 20 days. The longest homestand is just four games this season, taking place on three separate occasions in October, March, and April.
  • March will be the easiest time to catch the Marlies in action, with seven home games on the docket for that month.