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Part 5|GM#17:Toronto @ WB/S|24/11/2012|7:00PM|One loss in the 4 game road trip so far

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11-13-2012, 01:22 PM
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That was a super fun game!
Pretty entertaining hockey!
Gardiner was the best player for sure. I thought all the rest of the marlies did a good job too. No obvious bad games for anybody and pretty solid all around.

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11-13-2012, 01:26 PM
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Kostka picks up 3 assists, Gardiner a goal and an assist and Ranger also had 2 points.

Kostka is almost a point per game with 11 points in 12 games. Gardiner doing very well offensively with 5 goals and 9 points in 12 games.

Colborne didn't pick up a point, but I felt he was one of the more dangerous Marlies forwards. Kadri was strong too. If they both keep up the way they've played recently, the points will come.

Marlies on a bit of a roll even if some of the games were rollercoasters. Hopefully they can maintain.

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Thankfully we got our two points, that was a brutal chain of consecutive penalties.

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11-13-2012, 01:37 PM
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What!? I thought the game was at night Wow.. it started at 11:30 AM? That's like 9 AM for Edmonton fans..who would watch this early even if there was a stream?

From the scoreboard it looks like a pretty exciting game, I don't suppose Eakins would be too happy nearly blowing a 2-3 goal lead though.

Gardiner with the OT .

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11-13-2012, 01:40 PM
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What!? I thought the game was at night Wow.. it started at 11:30 AM? That's like 9 AM for Edmonton fans..who would watch this early even if there was a stream?

From the scoreboard it looks like a pretty exciting game, I don't suppose Eakins would be too happy nearly blowing a 2-3 goal lead though.

Gardiner with the OT .
I think it was a 4 goal lead.

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11-13-2012, 01:46 PM
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Kostka picks up 3 assists, Gardiner a goal and an assist and Ranger also had 2 points.

Kostka is almost a point per game with 11 points in 12 games. Gardiner doing very well offensively with 5 goals and 9 points in 12 games.

Colborne didn't pick up a point, but I felt he was one of the more dangerous Marlies forwards. Kadri was strong too. If they both keep up the way they've played recently, the points will come.

Marlies on a bit of a roll even if some of the games were rollercoasters. Hopefully they can maintain.
Wow that shocked me. I thought he was the best all around player today.
Good win guys

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11-13-2012, 01:46 PM
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Giving up that large a lead is concerning but 2 points is 2 points. Hopefully surviving these kind of situations gives them the momentum to keep pushing forward and extending that win streak.

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What!? I thought the game was at night Wow.. it started at 11:30 AM? That's like 9 AM for Edmonton fans..who would watch this early even if there was a stream?

From the scoreboard it looks like a pretty exciting game, I don't suppose Eakins would be too happy nearly blowing a 2-3 goal lead though.

Gardiner with the OT .
I believe the game was scheduled for an elementary school field-trip or something.

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11-13-2012, 01:50 PM
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What!? I thought the game was at night Wow.. it started at 11:30 AM? That's like 9 AM for Edmonton fans..who would watch this early even if there was a stream?

From the scoreboard it looks like a pretty exciting game, I don't suppose Eakins would be too happy nearly blowing a 2-3 goal lead though.

Gardiner with the OT .
I'd argue the comeback from OKC was a result of Eakins bench minor.

I think Eakins needs to watch from the stands next game..

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I believe the game was scheduled for an elementary school field-trip or something.
These games happen from time to time throughout the season. School-day games.

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11-13-2012, 01:55 PM
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Hey John-Eric I appreciate the play-by-play during the game. I was in class for the majority of it so I wasn't able to listen, so your job as LR was much appreciated.

So yeah, thanks.

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11-13-2012, 01:57 PM
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Hey John-Eric I appreciate the play-by-play during the game. I was in class for the majority of it so I wasn't able to listen, so your job as LR was much appreciated.

So yeah, thanks.
No problem! It was an interesting game to say the least.

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11-13-2012, 01:58 PM
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I said earlier when it was 4-0 that even then it wasn't safe. The Edmonton elite prospects could strike at anytime, and they did. Amazing talents, wish we had some forwards with that kind of potential in the prospects. Still, we pulled out the win, and our guys are moving in the right direction. Scoring spread out well on our team, but despite them scoring five goals, 15 points, 12 of those points go to their big 4.

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11-13-2012, 02:38 PM
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Ok well this is a lesson for the marlies. Never take your foot off the pedal. Especially against this team. I'm very glad we finished with a win the refing was not on our side.

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11-13-2012, 04:07 PM
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Can anyone give a detailed explanation of what happened at the end of the game? I know there wasn't much opportunity for people to watch but whatever you could give would be appreciated. I stopped paying attention after the Marlies made it 5-2, then I checked the boxscore after work and it was 6-5 with a coach ejected and player given a misconduct for official abuse.

It would seem both teams lived up to their parent clubs reputations for porous defense and bad goaltending.

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11-13-2012, 04:40 PM
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Whoa I didn't realize this game was at 11:30AM. Glad they won though.

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Thanks a lot to JE. I am sorry folks, was feeling under the weather so couldn't watch. Great to hear the win.

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Koska 26 - 3 points
Zigomanis 31 - 2 points
Ranger 28 - 2 points
Gardiner 22 - 2 points

Schultz 22 - 2 points
Eberle 22 - 4 points
RNH 19 - 3 points
Hall 21 - 2 points

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11-13-2012, 06:11 PM
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I really hope we can run a top line of Kadri-Colborne-Frattin soon.

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Koska 26 - 3 points
Zigomanis 31 - 2 points
Ranger 28 - 2 points
Gardiner 22 - 2 points

Schultz 22 - 2 points
Eberle 22 - 4 points
RNH 19 - 3 points
Hall 21 - 2 points

Oklahoma City Barons: 1 points

Toronto Marlies: 2 points

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Koska 26 - 3 points
Zigomanis 31 - 2 points
Ranger 28 - 2 points
Gardiner 22 - 2 points

Schultz 22 - 2 points
Eberle 22 - 4 points
RNH 19 - 3 points
Hall 21 - 2 points
Two former first overalls and a guy who put up a PPG in the NHL have a good game in the AHL! ALERT THE PRESSES!!

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11-13-2012, 06:35 PM
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Oklahoma City Barons: 1 points

Toronto Marlies: 2 points
The difference of having those veterans in the line-up.

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The difference of having those veterans in the line-up.
so what is your point? They are 3 highly talented young forwards and are expected to put up those numbers.

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so what is your point? They are 3 highly talented young forwards and are expected to put up those numbers.
Play the kids.

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The difference of having those veterans in the line-up.
When does being negative players in the AHL become a non-issue for NHLers?

Not to mention losing to career AHL "veterans"...

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