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December 13, 2019 - ECHL (ECHL) - Atlanta Gladiators News Release

Atlanta Gladiators forward Tommy Marchin
Atlanta Gladiators forward Tommy Marchin
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Duluth, GA - Gladiators forward Tommy Marchin has been recalled to the Providence Bruins (AHL). Atlanta's team leader in points and goals becomes the seventh member of the Gladiators to move up to Providence this season.

The Algonac, Michigan native, who played four years at Brown and was their team captain as a senior, went straight from the Bears' campus last season to the Providence Bruins where he played in seven games.

Tommy has had a stellar season with the Gladiators. He is tied for the team lead in points (20) and is first on the club in goals (11). He is also tied for sixth in the ECHL among rookies in points and tied for second in goals among first-year players.

Marchin, who's sister Taylor played at Yale and is now at the highest level of women's hockey in the NWHL with the Connecticut Whale, gets one step closer to the show himself.

The Atlanta Gladiators are members of the ECHL, the nation's premier "AA" hockey league and are the Affiliate of the Eastern Conference Champion Boston Bruins. All home games are played at the 9,119-seat Infinite Energy Arena, located just off I-85 on Sugarloaf Parkway in Duluth, Georgia. The Gladiators have established an unrivaled commitment to excellence, maintaining a distinctive reputation for providing fun, friendly, family, affordable entertainment and are consistently ranked as one of the best "Things to Do" in the Atlanta Metro area and across the North Georgia region. Fans can purchase tickets by visiting or by calling the front office at (770) 497-5100.

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Atlanta Gladiators forward Tommy Marchin
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