WILKES-BARRE/SCRANTON PENGUINS 6 @ TORONTO MARLIES 1

SCORING SUMMARY
WB/Scranton: J. Gruden (J. Koppanen), J. St. Ivany (3) (R. Ansons), C. Andonovski (3) (R. Zohorna), A. Nylander (15)
(J. Rathbone, P. Abbandonato), R. Zohorna (2) EN (J. Rathbone), J. St. Ivany (4) (Unassisted)
Goaltender: J. Blomqvist (16/17) W
Toronto: D. Gambrell (7) (K. Clifford, D. Ovchinnikov)
Goaltender: K. Petruzzelli (26/31) L
ON THE SCORESHEET

  • Dylan Gambrell put the Marlies on the board at 1:05 of the second period. He has 23 points (7 goals, 16 assists) in
    43 games this season.
  • Kyle Clifford recorded the primary assist on Gambrell’s second period goal. He has 19 points (8 goals, 11 assists) in
    34 games this season.
  • Dmitry Ovchinnikov had the secondary assist on Gambrell’s second period goal. He has 10 points (7 goals, 3
    assists) in 20 games this season.
  • Keith Petruzzelli stopped 26 of 31 shots he faced.
    TEAM NOTES
  • Toronto’s all-time record when playing games with a start time of 11:30 a.m. or earlier is 25-16-3-1.
  • The Marlies went 2-for-2 on the penalty kill and 0-for-2 on the power play. Toronto is 8-10-1-0 when not scoring on the
    power play 12-7-1-1 when not allowing a goal on the penalty kill.
  • Wilkes-Barre/Scranton had a 32-17 edge in shots in all situations. Kieffer Bellows, Dylan Gambrell and Logan
    Shaw led the Marlies with three shots on goal. Toronto is 7-5-2-0 when outshot by their opponent.
  • The Marlies are 8-3-1-0 against Atlantic Division opponents and finish their regular season series 1-1-0-0 against the
    Penguins this season.
    RECORD WHEN
    Not scoring first 1-13-2-0
    Trailing after 1st 3-9-1-0
    Trailing after 2nd 2-12-2-1
    At home 9-9-4-0
    February 2-2-0-1
    Wednesday 2-5-0-0
    MARLIES LEADERS *Amongst active AHL players
    Goals 19 (L. Shaw)
    Assists 26 (J. Blandisi)
    Points 38 (J. Blandisi)
    PPG 5 (L. Shaw, R. Tverberg)
    Shots 126 (L. Shaw)
    +/- +18 (T. Miller)
    PIMS 80 (Z. Solow)
    POSTGAME QUOTES
    LOGAN SHAW
    On the team’s performance:
    I just don’t think we played hard enough. Guys worked hard, but I think the word that we’re looking for is compete. But
    that’s with everybody, myself included. Think we have to compete a little bit harder. Last couple of games have been
    embarrassing for us and for the organization. We know what we have to bring this weekend. We’re playing two teams that
    are going to work hard and play the right way. For us it’s about coming to work this weekend.
    On Keith Petruzzelli:
    It’s tough. hard on him obviously. We have to play better in front of him, that’s where it starts. We have to manage the
    puck. Limit our turnovers which we’re not doing right now. But, it’s a mental game and it’s tough on everybody. We know
    he’ll get through it. We’re going to be there for him and make sure we play better for him.
    UPCOMING GAMES:
    *All times Eastern Standard Time
    February 16 at Belleville – 7:00 p.m.
    February 17 vs. Hershey – 4:00 p.m.
    February 19 vs. Rochester – 2:00 p.m. (Scotiabank Arena)
    February 23 at Laval – 7:00 p.m.
    February 24 at Laval – 3:00 p.m

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