Marlies Fall in Rochester


Toronto: Kapanen (2) (F. Gauthier, R. Valiev), B. Froese (1) (A. Campbell, B. Leipsic)
Goaltender: G. Sparks 16/20

Rochester: T. Fedun (C. O’Reilly, C. Shneider), H. Fashing (Unassisted), J. Bailey (T. Fedun, A. Nylanders), C. Nelson (C. O’Reilly, C. Schneider), D. Catenacci (E. Rodrigues).
Goaltender: L. Ullmark 34/36


  • Kasperi Kapanen opened the scoring with his second of the season at 4:14 of the second period. Kapanen now has six points (2 goals, 4 assists) in his past three games.
  • Byron Froese scored his first of the season at 4:44 of the third period.
  • Andrew Campbell collected his first point of the season with an assist on Toronto’s second goal.
  • Frederik Gauthier registered his first assist of the season on Kapanen’s opening goal in the second period.


  • Toronto outshot Rochester 36-21.
  • Both Kasperi Kapanen and Brendan Leipsic extended their point streak to three games at six points apiece.


“I thought we were in control of the game, thought we played really well 5 on 5 with special teams needing the work. Early on in the game, I thought the first 30 minutes we should have put it away a little more. We got the first goal and then let them hang around.”
–       Brooks Laich, Marlies Forward

“I think it’ pretty apparent what went wrong and that was the special teams. Obviously the penalty kill gives up three today and when our power-play doesn’t score. In the second period I thought we had good looks on the power-play, just didn’t go in for us, maybe used up all our luck on those bounces and loose pucks around the net last weekend.”
–       Sheldon Keefe, Marlies Head Coach

NEXT GAME: Saturday, October 22, 2016 vs Manitoba 5:00 p.m. EST.

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