Toronto Marlies Game Report- March 20

Toronto Marlies
BarnBurner Sports Writer

Thursday, March 21, 2019


ORONTO MARLIES (2) @ BRIDGEPORT SOUND TIGERS (1)

SCORING SUMMARY

Toronto: D. Tymashov (12) PP (J. Bracco, A. Brooks), A. Brooks (19) (C. Mueller, R. Sandin)
Goaltender: M. Hutchinson (30/31)

Bridgeport: S. Aho (7) (S. Bernier, O. Koivula)
Goaltender: J. Smith (25/27)

ON THE SCORESHEET

·        Dmytro Timashov scored on the power play at 2:00 of the third period. Timashov has 44 points (12 goals, 32 assists) in 63 games this season.

·        Adam Brooks scored at 2:38 of overtime and earlier added the secondary assist on Timashov’s third period goal. This is his second overtime goal of the season and his fourth game-winning goal. Brooks has seven points (4 goals, 3 assists) in his last five games.

·        Jeremy Bracco registered the primary assist on Timashov’s third period power play goal. Bracco’s assist set the new single-season franchise record for power play assists (30). He has also tied the franchise record of 52 for assists (Spencer Abbott – 2013-14). Bracco has recorded a point (2-9-11) in six consecutive games.

·        Chris Mueller recorded the primary assist on Brooks’ overtime goal. Mueller has recorded points (9-8-17) in 10 consecutive games. Mueller has 58 points (28 goals, 30 assists) in 51 games this season.

·        Rasmus Sandin picked up the secondary assist on Brooks’ overtime goal. This is Sandin’s eighth consecutive game recording a point (1-11-12), establishing a franchise record for consecutive games (8) registering a point by a defenceman.

·        Michael Hutchinson stopped 30 of 31 shots he faced. Hutchinson’s record with the Marlies is now 13-3-3-0 on the season with a .914 Save Percentage and a 2.76 Goals Against Average.

 

OF NOTE…
                                                                                                                                     

  • This is Toronto’s 18th overtime game of the season, setting a franchise high as well as their 12th overtime win of which seven have come on the road.
  • Toronto is 20-8-3-2 since January 4 and have outscored their opponents 107-91, facing 17 different teams. In 25 of 33 games, Toronto has earned a point (45).
  • Toronto went 5-for-5 on the penalty kill and 1-for-2 on the power play. Toronto’s power play on the road is first overall (26.8%) in the AHL with the most power play goals-for (42) and has scored seven goals on their four-game road trip. During the same time, Toronto’s penalty kill has allowed only one goal (14/15).
  • Bridgeport had a 31-27 edge in shots in all situations. Tanner MacMaster led the Marlies with four shots on goal.
  • The Marlies are 10-6-0-1 against Atlantic Division opponents and are 1-0-0-1 against the Sound Tigers.


REGULAR SEASON LEADERS

  • Goals: C. Mueller (28)
  • Assists: J. Bracco (52)*
  • Points: J. Bracco (70)
  • PPG: C. Mueller (14)
  • Shots: P. Engvall (143)
  • +/-: C. Rosen (+10)
  • PIMS: S. Oleksy (60)

 

*Indicates AHL-leading

 

RECORD WHEN…

  • The Marlies are 10-6-3-1 when tied after the first period and 3-16-2-1 when trailing after the second period.
  • Toronto is 16-11-2-2 when outshot by their opponent.
  • The Marlies are 6-4-0-1 in Wednesday games and are 6-2-0-1 in March.

 

CURRENT POINT STREAKS

  • Jeremy Bracco has points (2-7-9) in five consecutive games.
  • Adam Brooks has points (2-2-4) in consecutive games.
  • Chris Mueller has points (9-8-17) in 10 consecutive games.
  • Rasmus Sandin has points (1-11-12) in eight consecutive games.

MARLIES UPDATES

 

  • Andreas Borgman (concussion) did not dress for tonight’s game. He left Toronto’s game following the first period on February 16 against Springfield.
  • Frank Corrado (knee) did not dress for tonight’s game. He has not appeared for Toronto since February 5 against Belleville.
  • Colin Greening (knee) did not dress for tonight’s game. He left Toronto’s game in the third period on March 10 against Bridgeport and did not return.
  • Mason Marchment (collarbone) did not dress for tonight’s game. He left Toronto’s game in the first period on February 1 against Laval and did not return