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Toronto Marlies Post Game Notes

April 9, 2016 - American Hockey League (AHL) - Toronto Marlies News Release

SCORING SUMMARY

Toronto: S. Conacher (C. Smith, R. Valiev), M. Arcobello (W. Corrin, J. Leivo)

Goaltender: K. Kaskisuo: 22/24

Syracuse: J. Tambellini (unassisted), M. Stephens (D. Broll)

Shootout: J. Vermin

Goaltender: K. Gudlevskis: 32/34

ON THE SCORESHEET

- Shane Conacher recorded his second goal in a Marlies uniform, opening the scoring 33 seconds into the first period.

- Mark Arcobello scored his team leading 25th goal of the season 4:45 into the third period.

- Willie Corrin recorded his first professional point, assisting on the Marlies third period goal.

- Josh Leivo extends his point streak to six games with his third period assist. Through the six game streak Leivo has recorded eight points.

- Colin Smith assisted on the opening tally, extending his point streak to three games.

- Kasimir Kaskisuo turned aside 22 shots and 4 shots in the shootout in the losing effort.

NOTABLES

- This is the first time this season the Marlies did not allow an opposing team a powerplay opportunity.

- This marks the first shootout loss for the Marlies this season. The Crunch shootout goal was the first goal allowed by the Marlies in a shootout this season.

- Three players made their professional debuts with the Marlies; Mason Marchement, Chase Witala and Tyler Wong.

NEXT GAME: Sunday, April 10, 2016 @ Albany (3:00 p.m.)


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