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Toronto lives: Friday notes

Toronto survives, fairly handily, at home against Hershey. William Nylander’s hat trick included the first two goals of the night. Game 5 is Sunday afternoon. World Cup roster adds have been coming

Cleveland rocks Ontario: Thursday notes

Cleveland is back in the Calder Cup Final, finishing a sweep in double overtime tonight. Lukas Sedlak’s goal gave Lake Erie a 2-1 win and a four-game victory over the Ontario Reign. So locals Michael

Marlies, Monsters move on: Monday notes

A phenomenal finish to a great series between, perhaps, the two best teams in the AHL. It goes to Toronto, 4-3 and 4-3, in Game 7 at Ricoh Coliseum. The teams combined for five goals in the third,

Teams on the brink: Thursday notes

We interrupt lacrosse to note that we’re as little as 120 minutes away from Hershey-Toronto. Tonight in Albany, two more power-play goals helped the Marlies build a lead in a 5-1 win at Albany, taking

A few Tuesday notes

The carousel turned in the AHL: Mark Morris, as had been rumored and reported for a while, left Charlotte to take over at St. Lawrence. TEAMOldNewBINLuke Richardson (4/18) —MTBKeith McCambridge

Playoffs go on: Friday gamenight

The Pacific Division final is set. De facto defending Western Conference champ Ontario finished off San Jose in four games with a 4-1 win. The Reign never trailed, outshot the Barracuda in each period

Facing elimination (update: Eliminated): Toronto Game 3 liveblog

Bridgeport, as you may have gathered from all those posts about playoff futility this week, is 2-7 all-time when facing elimination. (Well, two posts, I guess. It feels like more because my punk

On the brink: Toronto postgame 2

Hey, there’s like a 6 percent chance this happens. Figure on any given Sunday the Sound Tigers have about a 40 percent chance against the Marlies, and cube it, and won’t Section 105 look silly for

Reconvening for the playoffs: Wednesday notes

Tomorrow’s story in the paper is going to be about handling the changes to the lineup that come from losing one of your top two centermen (not to mention having your top defenseman and top goalie up,

Tough start, and turning pages: Providence postgame

Game 76. A little bit conceivably on the line, though honestly, Toronto, Albany, take your pick: It’s a tall task one way or the other, and Portland’s win ultimately meant it was one of those two.
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