Team Facts

2021-2022 Roster
# N Player A Born Birthplace HT WT S Ctrct
GOALTENDERS
#30 Michael Hutchinson (G) Toronto Maple Leafs 32 1990 Barrie, ON, CAN 6'3" 201 R 21/22
#29 Carter Hutton (G) Toronto Maple Leafs 36 1985 Thunder Bay, ON, CAN 6'0" 207 L 21/22
#31 Joseph Woll (G) Toronto Maple Leafs 23 1998 Dardenne Prairie, MO, USA 6'4" 203 L 24/25
DEFENSEMEN
#48 Carl Dahlström (D) Toronto Maple Leafs 27 1995 Stockholm, SWE 6'5" 229 L 22/23
#21 Joseph Duszak (D) Toronto Maple Leafs 24 1997 Franklin Square, NY, USA 5'10" 185 R 21/22
#11 Mac Hollowell (D) Toronto Maple Leafs 23 1998 Niagara Falls, ON, CAN 5'9" 170 R 22/23
#6
Teemu Kivihalme (D) Toronto Maple Leafs 26 1995 Cloquet, MN, USA 6'0" 176 L 21/22
#7 Filip Král (D) Toronto Maple Leafs 22 1999 Blansko, CZE 6'2" 194 L 22/23
#4
Chad Krys (D) Toronto Maple Leafs 24 1998 Ridgefield, CT, USA 5'11" 185 L 21/22
#44 Kristians Rubins (D) Toronto Maple Leafs 24 1997 Riga, LAT 6'5" 227 L 21/22
FORWARDS
#95 Mikhail Abramov (C) Toronto Maple Leafs 21 2001 Moskva, RUS 6'0" 161 L 23/24
#28 Joey Anderson (RW) Toronto Maple Leafs 23 1998 Roseville, MN, USA 6'0" 207 R 22/23
#46 Joseph Blandisi (C/RW) 27 1994 Markham, ON, CAN 6'0" 183 L 21/22
#17 Rich Clune (LW)   “C” 35 1987 Toronto, ON, CAN 5'10" 207 L 21/22
#19 Semyon Der-Arguchintsev (C) Toronto Maple Leafs 21 2000 Moskva, RUS 5'10" 165 R 22/23
#39 Curtis Douglas (C) Toronto Maple Leafs 22 2000 Oakville, ON, CAN 6'9" 238 L 23/24
#96 Josh Ho-Sang (RW) 26 1996 Toronto, ON, CAN 6'0" 172 R 21/22
#15 Pontus Holmberg (C/LW) Toronto Maple Leafs 23 1999 Västerås, SWE 5'11" 179 L 22/23
#52 Jack Kopacka (LW/RW) 24 1998 Metamora, MI, USA 6'2" 198 L 21/22
#9 Bobby McMann (C) Toronto Maple Leafs 25 1996 Wainwright, AB, CAN 6'1" 203 L 23/24
#40 Marc Michaelis (LW/C) 26 1995 Mannheim, GER 5'11" 187 L 21/22
#97 Dmitri Ovchinnikov (F) Toronto Maple Leafs 19 2002 Chita, RUS 5'11" 163 L 23/24
#89 Nicholas Robertson (LW) Toronto Maple Leafs 20 2001 Arcadia, CA, USA 5'10" 176 L 23/24
#13 Brett Seney (LW/C) Toronto Maple Leafs 26 1996 London, ON, CAN 5'9" 174 L 21/22
#16 Alex Steeves (F) Toronto Maple Leafs 22 1999 Bedford, NH, USA 5'11" 185 L 23/24
#14 Antti Suomela (C) 28 1994 Espoo, FIN 6'0" 179 L 22/23
Position: G: 3, D: 7, F: 16 | Av Age: 24.96 years | Av Ht: 6'0" | Av Wt: 191 lbs | Compare with other teams
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Arena Information
  • Arena Name Coca-Cola Coliseum
  • Location Toronto, ON, CAN
  • Capacity 7 851
  • Construction Year 1921
Games
Date Home Visiting Score League
2022-04-30T15:00:00-0400 Belleville Senators Toronto Marlies 5 - 2 AHL
2022-04-28T19:00:00-0400 Laval Rocket Toronto Marlies 5 - 4 (OT) AHL
2022-04-27T19:00:00-0400 Laval Rocket Toronto Marlies 4 - 5 (OT) AHL
2022-04-24T16:00:00-0400 Toronto Marlies Belleville Senators 3 - 4 AHL
2022-04-22T19:00:00-0400 Laval Rocket Toronto Marlies 1 - 5 AHL
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Latest Transactions
DATE STATUS PLAYER TEAM SOURCE
05/12/2022
05/12/2022 Confirmed Leaving Antti Suomela (F) Leaving for IK Oskarshamn
05/02/2022
05/02/2022 Rumour Leaving Marc Michaelis (F) Leaving for Adler Mannheim
04/29/2022
04/29/2022 Confirmed Leaving Bobby McMann (F) Leaving for Toronto Maple Leafs
04/28/2022
04/28/2022 Up/Down Joining Nicholas Robertson (F) Joining from Toronto Maple Leafs
04/26/2022
04/26/2022 Up/Down Leaving Nicholas Robertson (F) Leaving for Toronto Maple Leafs
04/26/2022 Up/Down Joining Carl Dahlström (D) Joining from Toronto Maple Leafs
04/25/2022
04/25/2022 Confirmed Joining Dryden McKay (G) Joining from Minnesota State Univ. (Mankato)
04/24/2022
04/24/2022 Up/Down Leaving Carl Dahlström (D) Leaving for Toronto Maple Leafs
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Team History and Standings
Season League GP W T L OTW OTL GF GA TP P/GP Rank Postseason
2005-2006 AHL 80 34 - 29 7 10 270 263 92 1.15 4 Conference QF loss
2006-2007 AHL 80 24 - 39 10 7 220 270 75 0.94 6 Did not make playoffs
2007-2008 AHL 80 44 - 21 6 9 246 203 109 1.36 1 Conference Final loss
2008-2009 AHL 80 30 - 29 9 12 240 229 90 1.13 4 Division Semifinal loss
2009-2010 AHL 80 21 - 35 12 12 193 261 78 0.98 5 Did not make playoffs
2010-2011 AHL 80 37 - 32 1 10 228 219 85 1.06 5 Did not make playoffs
2011-2012 AHL 76 33 - 24 11 8 217 175 96 1.26 1 Final loss
2012-2013 AHL 76 33 - 23 10 10 237 199 96 1.26 1 Conference SF loss
2013-2014 AHL 76 45 - 25 - 6 223 202 96 1.26 1 Conference Final loss
2014-2015 AHL 76 31 - 27 9 9 207 203 89 1.17 2 Conference QF loss
2015-2016 AHL 76 54 - 16 - 6 294 191 114 1.50 1 Conference Final loss
2016-2017 AHL 76 42 - 29 - 5 245 207 89 1.17 2 Conference SF loss
2017-2018 AHL 76 54 - 18 - 4 254 170 112 1.47 1 Champion
2018-2019 AHL 76 39 - 24 - 13 248 243 91 1.20 3 Conference Final loss
2019-2020 AHL 61 29 - 27 - 5 206 212 63 1.03 7 Playoffs Cancelled
2020-2021 AHL 35 16 - 17 - 2 111 119 34 0.97 4 No playoffs held
2021-2022 AHL 72 37 - 30 - 5 243 244 79 1.10 6 Did not make playoffs
Where are they now?
# Player Season Team League GP G A TP PIM
1. Nazem Kadri (F) 2021-2022 Colorado Avalanche NHL 71 28 59 87 71
2. Stefan Noesen (F) 2021-2022 Chicago Wolves AHL 70 48 37 85 112
3. J.J. Piccinich (F) 2021-2022 Belfast Giants EIHL 52 35 45 80 22
4. William Nylander (F) 2021-2022 Toronto Maple Leafs NHL 81 34 46 80 16
5. Seth Griffith (F) 2021-2022 Bakersfield Condors AHL 64 30 50 80 54
6. Patrick Watling (F) 2021-2022 Wheeling Nailers ECHL 55 31 46 77 32
7. Éric Faille (F) 2021-2022 EHC Kloten SL 48 24 49 73 18
8. Morgan Rielly (D) 2021-2022 Toronto Maple Leafs NHL 82 10 58 68 40
9. Ryan Lasch (F) 2021-2022 Frölunda HC SHL 52 13 53 66 8
10. Nicolas Deschamps (F) 2021-2022 Grenoble Ligue Magnus 44 16 49 65 30
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Franchise All-Time Points
# Player GP G A TP
1. Kris Newbury (F) 198 56 112 168
2. Ryan Hamilton (F) 258 94 72 166
3. T.J. Brennan (D) 164 53 103 156
4. Mike Zigomanis (F) 204 40 116 156
5. Alex Foster (F) 312 58 92 150
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Franchise All-Time Goals
# Player GP G A TP
1. Ryan Hamilton (F) 258 94 72 166
2. Jeremy Williams (F) 173 74 70 144
3. Matt Frattin (F) 174 62 55 117
4. Alex Foster (F) 312 58 92 150
5. Jerry D'Amigo (F) 240 57 61 118
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Franchise All-Time Assists
# Player GP G A TP
1. Mike Zigomanis (F) 204 40 116 156
2. Jeremy Bracco (F) 169 32 113 145
3. Kris Newbury (F) 198 56 112 168
4. T.J. Brennan (D) 164 53 103 156
5. Bates Battaglia (F) 194 49 95 144
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Franchise All-Time PIM
# Player GP G TP PIM
1. Rich Clune (F) 256 25 59 510
2. Kris Newbury (F) 198 56 168 475
3. Jay Rosehill (F) 95 10 19 360
4. Sam Carrick (F) 192 41 100 335
5. André Deveaux (F) 110 30 66 330
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Franchise All-Time Games played
# Player GP G A TP
1. Alex Foster (F) 312 58 92 150
2. Greg Scott (F) 270 54 84 138
3. Korbinian Holzer (D) 267 10 59 69
4. Ryan Hamilton (F) 258 94 72 166
5. Rich Clune (F) 256 25 34 59
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Franchise All-Time Points per Game
# Player GP G TP PPG
1. Alexander Barabanov (F) 2 2 5 2.50
2. Alex Galchenyuk (F) 6 2 8 1.33
3. Johnny Pohl (F) 60 36 75 1.25
4. Mark Arcobello (F) 49 25 59 1.20
5. Nic Petan (F) 39 17 46 1.18
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Franchise All-Time Points per Season
# Player Season League GP G A TP PPG PIM
1. Tim Stapleton (F) 2008-2009 AHL 70 28 51 79 1.13 26
2. Jeremy Bracco (F) 2018-2019 AHL 75 22 57 79 1.05 16
3. Johnny Pohl (F) 2005-2006 AHL 60 36 39 75 1.25 42
4. T.J. Brennan (D) 2013-2014 AHL 76 25 47 72 0.95 115
5. Spencer Abbott (F) 2013-2014 AHL 64 17 52 69 1.08 16
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Franchise All-Time Goals per Season
# Player Season League GP G A TP PPG PIM
1. Johnny Pohl (F) 2005-2006 AHL 60 36 39 75 1.25 42
2. Brad Leeb (F) 2005-2006 AHL 79 34 24 58 0.73 91
3. Chris Mueller (F) 2018-2019 AHL 60 33 32 65 1.08 32
4. Ryan Hamilton (F) 2012-2013 AHL 56 30 18 48 0.86 31
5. Tim Stapleton (F) 2008-2009 AHL 70 28 51 79 1.13 26
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Franchise All-Time Assists per Season
# Player Season League GP G A TP PPG PIM
1. Jeremy Bracco (F) 2018-2019 AHL 75 22 57 79 1.05 16
2. Spencer Abbott (F) 2013-2014 AHL 64 17 52 69 1.08 16
3. Tim Stapleton (F) 2008-2009 AHL 70 28 51 79 1.13 26
4. T.J. Brennan (D) 2013-2014 AHL 76 25 47 72 0.95 115
5. Bates Battaglia (F) 2005-2006 AHL 79 20 47 67 0.85 86
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Franchise All-Time PIM per Season
# Player Season League GP G A TP PPG PIM
1. André Deveaux (F) 2009-2010 AHL 72 16 25 41 0.57 216
2. Kris Newbury (F) 2005-2006 AHL 74 22 38 60 0.81 215
3. Brennan Evans (D) 2009-2010 AHL 79 1 7 8 0.10 199
4. David Ling (F) 2007-2008 AHL 71 17 42 59 0.83 179
5. Jay Rosehill (F) 2009-2010 AHL 46 1 2 3 0.07 172
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Average Height, Weight, Age per Season
Season Roster Height Weight Age
2021-2022 6'0" 191 lbs 24.96
2020-2021 6'0" 191 lbs 24.40
2019-2020 6'1" 195 lbs 24.89
2018-2019 6'1" 195 lbs 24.85
2017-2018 6'1" 200 lbs 24.41
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Elite Prospects Notes and Trivia
History:

The Toronto Marlies was founded in 2005 when the Toronto Maple Leafs relocated the St. John's Maple Leafs to Toronto, ON. Despite the Leafs popularity in Newfoundland, Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment (MLSE), the owner of the Toronto Maple Leafs and the St. John's Maple Leafs, opted relocate its AHL franchise to Toronto.

The Toronto Maple Leafs management indicated that reason for the relocation was based on geography. When the Newmarket Saints relocated to St. John's, NL, in the early 1990s the AHL thrived in Atlantic Canada with teams in Fredection, NB, Halifax, NS, Moncton, NB and Sydney, NS. By 2003 all the other franchises had either relocated or ceased operations, leaving the St. John's Maple Leafs some 900 miles (1450km) away from the closest AHL team in Portland, ME. The long distance travel was seen as detrimental to player development.

A window of opportunity to move the franchise opened up when the Edmonton Oilers AHL affiliate Toronto Roadrunners relocated from Toronto to Edmonton, AB, in 2004 and left the city owned Ricoh Coliseum without a tenant. On July 1, 2005 MLSE leased the arena from the city and moved its AHL franchise to Toronto for the 2005-06 season.

The team was named Toronto Marlies in reference to a former team known as the Toronto Marlboros that once operated as a developmental affiliate of the Maple Leafs. That team was founded as the Toronto Marlborough Athletic Club, but was commonly known as the Toronto Marlboros. The team took its name from the 9th Duke of Marlborough, Charles Spencer-Churchill, an to uncle of Sir Winston Churchill, a former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

The Marlies play in uniforms that are nearly identical to the uniforms worn by the Toronto Maple Leafs. The team has used the Toronto Marlboros logo as a secondary logo on special third jerseys, paying tribute to the former team. The team adopted the Marlboros logo as the primary logo for the 2016-17 season.