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A fan blog about the AHL's Wilkes-Barre / Scranton Penguins
GAMEDAY: @ Toronto 3/20
March 20, 2018Posted by on
Who: Toronto Marlies
Where: Ricoh Coliseum
When: 7:00 p.m.
Last Game: Sunday at home against Hershey, the Penguins won 6-4 in comeback fashion. Thomas DiPauli led the way with two goals. Tom Kostopoulos had three assists. For Toronto, the Marlies hosted Utica Sunday and lost 3-1. Mason Marchment scored the only goal for Toronto in the loss.
Last Meeting: November 8 in Wilkes-Barre, the Penguins beat Toronto 4-2. Thomas DiPauli had two goals in that game as well.
Record: For WBS: 37-19-4-2 (80 pts., 2nd place Atlantic Division) // For TOR: 44-17-1-1 (90 pts., 1st place North Division)
Referee(s): Mitch Dunning / Corey Syvret
Linesmen: Adam Harris / Dustin McCrank
Why You Should Care: Call this a measuring stick game for Wilkes-Barre. Many times, it’s the opposition that is looking to measure up to these Penguins but tonight, it will be the Penguins chasing the bar set by Toronto who have just pillaged the North Division this season. If the Penguins in their current form want to advance far in Calder Cup Playoffs once they qualify, they will soon run into a team like Toronto if they want to advance to a Calder Cup. This should be a good one.
Other Game to Watch: Grand Rapids visits Milwaukee. Nothing else going on in the Eastern Conference for the Penguins.
Next Five Games: @ UTI 3/23, @ BNG 3/24, vs. BRI 3/25, PRO 3/28, @ HFD 3/30
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