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Toronto Marlies
Toronto Marlies
City: Toronto, Ontario
League: American Hockey League
Conference: Eastern Conference
Division: North Division
Founded: 1978
Home Arena: Ricoh Coliseum
Colours: Blue, white

         

Owner(s): Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment
General Manager: Kyle Dubas
Head Coach: Sheldon Keefe
Media: Rogers TV
Toronto Star
Toronto Sun
Fan 590
Leafs TV
Affiliates: Toronto Maple Leafs (NHL)
Orlando Solar Bears (ECHL))
Franchise history
1978-1982: New Brunswick Hawks
1982–1986: St. Catharines Saints
1986–1991: Newmarket Saints
1991–2005: St. John's Maple Leafs
2005–present: Toronto Marlies
Championships
Regular Season Titles: 1 (2015-16)
Division Championships: 5 (2007–08, 2011–12, 2012–13, 2013–14), (2015-16)
Conference Championships: 1 (2011–12)
Toronto Marlies faceoff

Toronto Marlies faceoff at home versus the Syracuse Crunch.

The Toronto Marlies are a professional ice hockey team in the American Hockey League that is also the AHL affiliate for the Toronto Maple Leafs of the National Hockey League. They play in Toronto, Ontario, Canada at the Ricoh Coliseum. Until 2015 the Marlies were the only AHL team that currently play in the same city as its NHL affiliate.

HistoryEdit

The Marlies trace their history back to the New Brunswick Hawks, which were founded in 1978 and jointly operated by the Chicago Black Hawks and the Toronto Maple Leafs as their farm team.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7] Maple Leaf Gardens Limited (MLGL) and the Black Hawks each owned half of the franchise.[8][9][10][11] The Hawks played until 1982 when they relocated to St. Catharines, Ontario[12][13][14] as the St. Catharines Saints (1982-1986) and then to Newmarket, Ontario as the Newmarket Saints (1986-1991) prior to arriving in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador.[15][16] The St. John's Maple Leafs were established in 1991, becoming the first professional ice hockey team in Newfoundland and Labrador. The team played their home games at the Memorial Stadium until 2001, when they moved to the Mile One Centre.

The AHL had a strong presence in Atlantic Canada in the 1980s and 1990s, but by 2004, St. John's were the only remaining team in the region. Although the team was extremely popular and had excellent attendance, the desire of the parent Toronto Maple Leafs to reduce travel costs and have a tenant for its Ricoh Coliseum resulted in the team's relocation to Toronto for the 2005–06 season.

The team is named after the former Toronto Marlboros junior hockey team, which was known colloquially as the "Marlies" to fans and media alike. To avoid any potential association with the similarly named cigarette brand, MLSE uses the abbreviated form as the team's official nickname.

Their major rivals are the Rochester Americans and the St. John's IceCaps. The Maple Leafs also have a rivalry with the IceCaps's parent club, the Montreal Canadiens.

In 2015-16 season, the Marlies moved from the Western Conference to the Eastern Conference due to the relocation of some teams to California.

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Season-by-season resultsEdit

Calder Cup Champions Conference Champions Division Champions League Leader

Records as of May 16, 2014.[17]


Team recordsEdit

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Toronto Marlies alternate logo

Goals: John Pohl, 36 (2005–06)
Assists: Spencer Abbott, 52 (2013–14)
Points: Tim Stapleton, 79 (2008–09)
Penalty Minutes: Andre Deveaux, 216 (2009–10)
Point Streak: Spencer Abbott, 13 (Oct. 6, 2013 - Nov. 16, 2013)
GAA: Ben Scrivens, 2.04 (2011–12)
SV%: Ben Scrivens, .926 (2011–12)
Wins: Drew MacIntyre, 29 (2013-14)
Shutouts: Justin Pogge (2007–08), Ben Scrivens (2011–12), Antoine Bibeau (2014-15), 4
  • Goaltending records need a minimum 25 games played by the goaltender

CareerEdit

Career Goals: Ryan Hamilton, 94
Career Assists: Mike Zigomanis, 116
Career Points: Kris Newbury, 168
Career Penalty Minutes: Kris Newbury, 475
Career Goaltending Wins: Justin Pogge, 71
Career Shutouts: Jussi Rynnas,[18] Ben Scrivens, 8
Career Games: Alex Foster, 312

Franchise records and firstsEdit

Team captainsEdit

Head coachesEdit


External linksEdit


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