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2023-2024 Toronto Marlies Player Stats

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Toronto Marlies Facts

Plays in
American Hockey League
Team Colors
Blue + White
Toronto, ON, CANMap

2023-2024 Toronto Marlies Roster Facts

  • USA flag13 players
  • Canada flag10 players
  • Finland flag3 players
  • Sweden flag1 player
Affiliated Team(s)

Arena Information

Arena Name
Coca-Cola Coliseuminformation
Toronto, ON, CAN
7 851
Construction Year
A photo of arena: Coca-Cola Coliseum

Toronto Marlies Games

date home visiting score league
04/28/2024 07:00 PM UTCBelleville SenatorsBelleville SenatorsToronto MarliesToronto Marlies4 - 3 AHL
04/26/2024 11:00 PM UTCToronto MarliesToronto MarliesBelleville SenatorsBelleville Senators4 - 3 AHL
04/24/2024 11:00 PM UTCBelleville SenatorsBelleville SenatorsToronto MarliesToronto Marlies3 - 1 AHL
04/21/2024 08:00 PM UTCToronto MarliesToronto MarliesCleveland MonstersCleveland Monsters1 - 3 AHL
04/20/2024 08:00 PM UTCToronto MarliesToronto MarliesCleveland MonstersCleveland Monsters3 - 4 AHL
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Toronto Marlies History and Standings

season league GP W L T OTW OTL GF GA PTS PPG rank postseason
2024-2025AHL------------Group info
2023-2024AHL723426--12249220801.115First round lossGroup info
2022-2023AHL724224--6229225901.251Division Final lossGroup info
2021-2022AHL723730--5243244791.16Did not make playoffsGroup info
2020-2021AHL351617--2111119340.974No playoffs heldGroup info
2019-2020AHL612927--5206212631.037Playoffs CancelledGroup info
2018-2019AHL763924--13248243911.23Conference Final lossGroup info
2017-2018AHL765418--42541701121.471ChampionGroup info
2016-2017AHL764229--5245207891.172Conference SF lossGroup info
2015-2016AHL765416--62941911141.51Conference Final lossGroup info
2014-2015AHL763127-99207203891.172Conference QF lossGroup info
2013-2014AHL764525--6223202961.261Conference Final lossGroup info
2012-2013AHL763323-1010237199961.261Conference SF lossGroup info
2011-2012AHL763324-118217175961.261Final lossGroup info
2010-2011AHL803732-110228219851.065Did not make playoffsGroup info
2009-2010AHL802135-1212193261780.985Did not make playoffsGroup info
2008-2009AHL803029-912240229901.134Division Semifinal lossGroup info
2007-2008AHL804421-692462031091.361Conference Final lossGroup info
2006-2007AHL802439-107220270750.946Did not make playoffsGroup info
2005-2006AHL803429-710270263921.154Conference QF lossGroup info

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Elite Prospects Notes and Trivia


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.