TORONTO– It was a disappointing week of hockey for the Toronto Marlies as they dropped three road games in three days over the weekend, scoring just one goal in the process.
They were shutout 2-0 on Friday by the Milwaukee Admirals, and then again by the Peoria Rivermen on Saturday by the same score.
Sunday they were able to score their first goal in over 126 minutes, but they lost again 2-1 to the Chicago Wolves.
The Marlies will play one more road game before a short Christmas break and it will be Wednesday against the Rockford IceHogs.
Currently Toronto is 15-10-4 and sit atop the North Division standings, five points ahead of second place Rochester Americans.
Here are the Toronto Marlies hot and cold performers for the week of December 12th-18th.
Marlies Penalty Kill
Season Stats: (Kills-Chances) 114-130 87.7% 3 SHG
Went a perfect 11-for-11 killing penalties this week and have only allowed one short-handed goal against in their last 20 times a man down. They have retaken top spot in the AHL.
Season Stats: 22 GP 4 G 6 A 10 PTS
After only scoring three points in his first 12 games, he has produced seven points in his last 10 since returning from injury. Also, he continues to be a big part of the league’s top penalty kill.
Season Stats: 11 GP 4 W 7 L 3.36 GAA .886 SV%
In his one appearance this week, he allowed just one goal on 28 shots. Although he picked up the loss, it was the first time he’s allowed less than three goals against in a game since October 28th.
Season Stats: 18 GP 10 G 11 A 21 PTS
For the first time this season Colborne went three games straight without recording at least one point. had 19 points in 13 games before his call up, but since his return he has just two assists in five games.
Season Stats: 22 GP 8 G 14 A 22 PTS
His AHL Player of the Month production for November carried over into early December, but he too was held off the score sheet in three straight games this week and now has only one goal in his last five contests.
Season Stats: 26 GP 4 G 18 A 22 PTS
The veteran of the team, Zigomanis’ production has dipped recently with just two assists in five games since returning from injury. Was -4 in three games this week, including one goal against while running the power play.
Look for the Toronto Marlies weekly hot and cold performers every Monday.