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Toronto Marlies Post Game Notes

March 29, 2016 - American Hockey League (AHL) - Toronto Marlies News Release


Toronto: T. Lindberg (S. Carrick, C. Smith) F. Gauthier (M. Frattin, A. Campbell) S. Carrick (C. Smith, B. Leipsic) B. Leipsic (J. Leivo, M. Arcobello)

Goaltender: A. Bibeau: 21/21

St. John's:

Goaltender: E. Pasquale: 30/34


- Antoine Bibeau turned aside all 21 shots he faced to earn his second shutout this season. His efforts earned him the game's first star.

- Sam Carrick recorded a goal and an assist, both on the power play, to extend his point streak to six games.

- Colin Smith recorded two assists, both while on the man advantage, to reach the 50 point mark this season.

- Tobias Lindberg netted his 11th goal of the season to open the scoring for the Marlies on the power play.

- Brendan Leipsic scored his 20th goal of the season and recorded an assist, giving him 48 points this year.

- Frederik Gauthier recorded his sixth goal of the season 5:17 into the second period.

- Andrew Campbell recorded an assist on the Gauthier tally to improve on his career high point total. Through 65 games played this season, he has recorded nine goals and 14 assists for 23 points.

- Josh Leivo recorded his 27th assist and his third point in his past two games.

- Mark Arcobello recorded his 30th assist, giving him assists in back to back games.


- The Marlies were 6/6 on the penalty kill while going 3/8 on the power play.

- The Marlies last scored three goals on the power play February 6, 2016 against the Manitoba Moose.

- Toronto is now 34-1-2-0 when leading after two periods and 11-5-0-0 when scoring four goals in a game.

- Centre Jordan Hickmott and defenceman Ty Stanton skated in their first games as members of the Toronto Marlies.

NEXT GAME: Friday, April 1, 2016 @ Syracuse (7:00 p.m.)

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