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Toronto Marlies Post Game Notes

February 19, 2016 - American Hockey League (AHL) - Toronto Marlies News Release

SCORING SUMMARY

Toronto: T. Brennan (Z. Hyman, W. Nylander) C. Brown (B. Leipsic, T. Lindberg) W. Nylander (Z. Hyman, S. Percy) B. Findlay (Z. Hyman, R. Valiev)

Goaltender: A. Bibeau: 28/30

Wilkes-Barre/Scranton: A. Zlobin (T. Kostopoulos, K. Mouillierat) K. Mouillierat (unassisted)

Goaltender: M. Murray: 36/40

ON THE SCORESHEET

- Zach Hyman recorded three assists, all primary, including on the game winning goal. He pushes his point total to 31 as he moves to 12th in rookie scoring. Toronto is 14-0-0-0 when Hyman records an assist.

- TJ Brennan scored his team leading 20th goal of the season 34 seconds into the third period, the first of four unanswered Toronto goals.

- Brett Findlay scored in his second straight game; he has three goals in his last two games.

- William Nylander scored the game winning goal, his 16th of the season and his fourth game winning goal of the year.

- Antoine Bibeau turned aside 28 shots to earn his 18th victory of the season.

- Connor Brown scored his sixth goal of the season. In nine games since returning from injury he has recorded six goals and three assists.

- Tobias Lindberg recorded his first point in a Marlie uniform, assisting on Toronto's second goal.

NOTABLES

- Toronto is on an eight game home point streak, recording 15 of a possible 16 points.

- Toronto has won both meetings this season against Wilkes-Barre. In both contests against the Penguins, the Marlies were shutout after two periods and scored consecutive unanswered goals to earn the victory.

- Connor Brown led all skaters with seven shots on goal.

NEXT GAME: Saturday, February 20, 2016 vs. Portland (1:30 p.m. EST @ Air Canada Centre)


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