The Toronto Marlies were ready to put their 5-0 loss to Manitoba last week behind them with a back-to-back this weekend. The first game was against the Rochester Americans, and the second was against the Cleveland Monsters.
Toronto’s opening game of the weekend was one to be forgotten by the Marlies. Rochester handed them a 7-3 loss. Erik Källgren allowed four goals on seven shots. Andrew D’Agostini then came in, and he let in three goals of his own.
One of the good stories continues to be Brett Seney, who added another goal on Saturday night. He leads the team in that category with four goals in what is now four games.
The loss was one the Marlies wanted to forget about. Quick.
“It’s tough looking at these games, you look at the final result, it’s definitely not good enough and not a result that we want to have.” Said Marlies head coach, Greg Moore after Saturday’s loss. “With these two last losses, they were big and we need to make sure that when we’re coming to play and we’re generating offense, there’s gotta be more structure to our offense.“
Author: Nick Barden / The Leafs Nation