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Toronto Catholic District School Board

 Toronto Marlies 2018


On the last day of February, students at St. Clement had an opportunity to watch the Toronto Marlies play at a special school day game.  The students had a great time watching the game and enjoying the treats at the concession stand.  It was great fun for all.  Attached is the recap of the game found on the Marlies website.  Enjoy the pictures below.


The Toronto Marlies stormed back to force overtime and earn a point on Wednesday, losing 4-3 in the extra frame to Syracuse.   In front of a sold out crowd made up of Marlies fans and students on our second School Day Game of the season, Ben Smith opened the scoring in the final five minutes of the first period. Starting the play in the neutral zone, Smith dished the puck to Andreas Johnsson and then received a great cross-ice pass from Johnsson to finish it off with a goal.   The Marlies took a 1-0 lead into the intermission after a busy first period where the two sides combined for 32 shots on goal.   Syracuse tied the game less than thirty seconds into the second period off an Anthony Cirelli goal. Cirelli scored a second five minutes later, giving the Crunch a 2-1 lead after forty minutes.  The Crunch extended the lead early in the third as Dennis Yan scored, but the Marlies charged back from there.   Andreas Borgman was left all alone in the slot and went top shelf at the midway point of the third to cut the deficit in half. Borgman’s second of the season was assisted by Smith and Liljegren.   With just 32 seconds left, Chris Mueller tied things up on the power play as a loose puck squirted out to the side of the crease and force the game to overtime. Smith and Johnsson connected on the assists.    In overtime, Mathieu Joseph scored the winner for Syracuse.


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