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Toronto Marlies Post Game Notes

April 17, 2016 - American Hockey League (AHL) - Toronto Marlies News Release

SCORING SUMMARY

Toronto: E. Faille (J. Hickmott, C. Witala) J. Hickmott (E. Faille, A. Nielsen) T. Cameranesi (C. Witala, D. Kolomatis) E. Faille (T. Wong, W. Corrin)

Goaltender: G. Sparks: 45/47

Rochester: C. Schneider (C. Ruhwedel, E. Rodrigues) J. Dupuy (N. Baptiste, E. Rodrigues)

Goaltender: L. Ullmark: 38/41

ON THE SCORESHEET

- Eric Faille scored his sixth and seventh goal of the season, while adding an assist, to earn the game's first star.

- Jordan Hickmott recorded his first professional point, scoring the Marlies second goal of the game, 16:51 into the second period. Hickmott also added an assist to earn the game's third star.

- Chase Witala collected two assists, including one on the game winning goal, recording his first points as a professional.

- Tyler Wong assisted on Eric Faille's empty net effort to earn his first point as a professional.

- Garret Sparks turned aside 45 shots to earn his 14th victory of the season. Sparks was named the game's second star.

NOTABLES

- The Toronto Marlies conclude the regular season with the third best record in AHL history. The Marlies 54-16-5-1 mark earned the team 114 points and a .750 point percentage for the year.

- Toronto finishes the season with a winning record in every month, including a 11-1-1-0 record in the month of January.

- The Marlies concludes the season with a league best goal differential of +103.

- Toronto ends the season 21-2-1-0 when leading after one period and 39-1-2-0 when leading after two periods.


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