Marlies Hot & Cold: October 17th-23rd

Ben Scrivens squeezes the puck in action aaginst the Rochester Americans

TORONTO– Week to week a lot can change in the American Hockey League. Player’s performances are no different. With that said, here are the hot, and cold, performers from the Toronto Marlies during the week of October 17th-23rd.

Who’s Hot

Joey Crabb

Season Stats 6 GP 6 G 6 A 12 PTs

Earned AHL Player of the Week honors. In two games, Crabb scored three goals and two assists, extending his point streak to six games. Head Coach Dallas Eakins noted Crabb may be the best forward in the AHL

 

Joe Colborne

Season Stats 6 GP 5 G 7A 12 PTS

Scored two goals, including the game winner against Rochester, and added three assists in two games this week. Sits tied for second in AHL scoring with his line mate Joey Crabb

 

Jesse Blacker

Season Stats 5 GP 0 G 3 A 3 PTS

Had an assist in back to back games over the weekend and has seen his role increase with more time on the power play. Seems to be fitting into the AHL quite nicely

 

Who’s Cold

Ben Scrivens

Season Stats 4 GP 3 W 1 L 0 T 3.02 GAA .889 SV%

Picked up the win on Saturday but four goals against brought his goals against average above three and his save percentage below .900 for the first time in his professional career

 

 

Brayden Irwin

Season Stats 1 GP 0 G 0 A 0 PTS

Didn’t dress for any games this week and practiced on the teams fifth line at practice.

 

 

Jeff Finger

Season Stats 4 GP 1 G 1 A 2 PTS

Didn’t register any points this week and was sat out on Sunday against the Monsters for precaution. Looks healthy but team staff doesn’t want to push him early in the season

 

 

Look for the weekly who’s hot and who’s cold every Monday.

Kyle The Reporter

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