AHL 04/28 19:00 7 [9] TOR Marlies v BEL Senators [8] L 3-4
AHL 04/26 23:00 7 [17] BEL Senators v TOR Marlies [18] W 3-4
AHL 04/24 23:00 7 [9] TOR Marlies v BEL Senators [8] L 1-3
AHL 04/21 20:00 1 [5] CLE Monsters v TOR Marlies [9] L 3-1
AHL 04/20 20:00 1 [6] CLE Monsters v TOR Marlies [9] L 4-3
AHL 04/17 23:05 1 [8] TOR Marlies v ROC Americans [6] L 1-3
AHL 04/13 23:00 1 [8] TOR Marlies v SYR Crunch [3] W 6-5
AHL 04/12 23:00 1 [8] TOR Marlies v SYR Crunch [3] W 2-1
AHL 04/10 23:00 1 [9] BEL Senators v TOR Marlies [8] L 3-2
AHL 04/07 20:00 1 [12] UTI Comets v TOR Marlies [8] L 5-1
AHL 04/06 20:00 - [7] UTI Comets v TOR Marlies [4] W 1-5
AHL 04/03 15:00 1 [7] SPR Thunderbirds v TOR Marlies [8] W 3-6

Wikipedia - Toronto Marlies

The Toronto Marlies are a professional ice hockey team based in Toronto. They compete in the American Hockey League (AHL) as a member of the North Division of the Eastern Conference. The Marlies are owned by Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment, a company that owns several professional sports teams in the city, including their NHL affiliate, the Toronto Maple Leafs. The Marlies have played their home games at Coca-Cola Coliseum since 2005.

The Marlies were established as the New Brunswick Hawks in 1978. The team relocated three times, to St. Catharines, Newmarket, and St. John's, before relocating to Toronto in 2005. As a part of its relocation to Toronto, the team was renamed the Marlies, after the Toronto Marlboros, a junior hockey team formerly sponsored by the Maple Leafs. The Marlies have advanced to the Calder Cup Finals in 2012 and 2018, with the Marlies having won the latter series.


The Marlies trace their history back to the New Brunswick Hawks, which were founded in 1978 as the first professional ice hockey team in New Brunswick, and were jointly operated by the Maple Leafs and Chicago Black Hawks as a farm team. Maple Leaf Gardens Limited (MLGL) and the Black Hawks each owned half of the franchise.

The Hawks played until 1982 when they relocated to St. Catharines, Ontario as the St. Catharines Saints, this time as a sole Leafs affiliate; the Hawks had opted to affiliate with the Springfield Indians. After four seasons, the team moved to Newmarket, Ontario as the Newmarket Saints, where they played for five seasons before moving to St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador as the St. John's Maple Leafs, the first professional ice hockey team in Newfoundland and Labrador. The team played their home games at Memorial Stadium until 2001, when they moved to Mile One Centre.

The AHL had a strong presence in Atlantic Canada in the 1980s and 1990s. However, after the turn of the millennium, NHL teams sought to have their AHL affiliates located geographically closer to their parent clubs in order to ease the movement of players between the minors and the NHL. By 2004, St. John's was the only remaining team in the region. Although the team was extremely popular and had excellent attendance, the parent Maple Leafs wanted to cut back on escalating travel costs. By the time of the team's final season in Newfoundland, their nearest opponent was the Portland Pirates, 1,781 km (1,107 mi) away. Additionally, Ricoh Coliseum (formerly CNE Coliseum and now Coca-Cola Coliseum had recently been renovated for hockey use, and the NHL Leafs were looking to place a team there. The Coliseum had been home to the Toronto Roadrunners, top affiliate of the Edmonton Oilers, in the 2003–04 season. These factors resulted in the team's relocation to Toronto for the 2005–06 season.

The team is named after the former Toronto Marlboros, a junior hockey team that played in Toronto from 1904 to 1989, the last 62 years of that time under common ownership with the Leafs. The team was long known as the "Marlies" to fans and media alike. To avoid any potential association with the similarly named cigarette brand, MLSE uses the abbreviated form as the team's official nickname.

The Rochester Americans have succeeded the now defunct Hamilton Bulldogs as the major rival of the Marlies, whose parent team, the Maple Leafs, also have a rivalry with the Americans' parent club, the Buffalo Sabres.

During the 2011–12 AHL season, the Marlies advanced to the Calder Cup Finals, the deepest playoff run for a Toronto-based team since the Leafs won the Stanley Cup in 1967. They lost to the Norfolk Admirals in a four-game sweep.

In 2015–16 season, the Marlies moved from the Western Conference to the Eastern Conference due to the relocation of five teams to California.

The Marlies with the Calder Cup, the club's first after defeating the Texas Stars in the 2018 Calder Cup Final.

During the 2017–18 AHL season, the Marlies won their first Calder Cup after a 4–3 series win over the Texas Stars in the finals. It was the first professional hockey title for a Toronto-based team since 1967.

On December 1, 2019, Greg Moore was named as head coach of the Marlies, replacing Sheldon Keefe who was promoted to head coach of the Maple Leafs.

O time de hóquei no gelo dos EUA, TOR Marlies, é uma equipe profissional sediada em Toronto, Canadá. Eles competem na American Hockey League (AHL) e são afiliados ao Toronto Maple Leafs, da National Hockey League (NHL). O TOR Marlies é conhecido por sua habilidade no gelo e por sua paixão pelo esporte, atraindo fãs de todo o mundo. Com uma história rica e uma base de fãs dedicada, o TOR Marlies é uma força a ser reconhecida no mundo do hóquei no gelo.