Stories about the Toronto Maple Leafs ECHL affiliate
The home opener scheduled for November 5 now has no home.
and checking in on the Marlies roster
The new management of the Marlies make their first move.
They give up the chance to defend their championship to preserve the safety of their players.
A lay of the AHL contract land.
The Marlies have signed the top overage defenseman in OHL.
Two more players for Toronto, today.
It’s an AHL swap and an NHL swap, but they’re all likely going to stay in the minors.
There are three NHL-contracted skaters on the Growlers roster.
With cuts from the NHL camp not coming until at least Wednesday, the Marlies will start out with a lot of new faces.
They might be destined for St. John’s, given the Marlies crowded blueline.
The Marlies retain the better Gudbranson.
The Growlers have their best forward back, along with a new defenseman and goalie
Rubins, M. Bradley, Ferguson, O’Brien, and Pooley all get contracts.
The Growlers are keeping their coach.
This is your best chance to see the Maple Leafs new ECHL affiliate up close.
After a trial of a junior season, he’s joining a team on top of the world.
Hudson Elynuik and Zach O’Brien will look to add some depth to a thin forward group.
Ryane Clowe to step down as head coach.
It is another emergency recall for Moore.
The Marlies decimated defense core has received reinforcements.
The Marlies headed to Winnipeg to play the Moose for two games, but they went without Kasimir Kaskisuo.