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12-20-2012, 07:02 PM
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Originally Posted by zeke View Post
So yeah, anyone who thinks the Marlies have been winning based on their vets, and not because of their young star talents like Kadri and Gardiner, probably want to watch last night's ugly performance.
Considering the age of the defense, and the leading scorers we know how the Marlies are constructed.

15 wins 11 loses

Kadri has played 24 of 26 games and they won the game he was a healthy scratch.

They've had stinkers with everyone on board, but it is obvious Gardiner and Kadri are key parts of this Marlies team.

The Leafs pantry is not replenished at the AHL level, so that's why there are 5 veterans in the top 8 of their scoring.

Things are looking better in junior, with Biggs, Rielly, Sparks, Nilsson, Finn, Granberg amongst others.


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