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Tag Archives: Toronto Marlies
Photo: Toronto Marlies The Toronto Marlies beat the Hershey Bears 4-3 Wednesday night at Coca Cola Coliseum in Toronto. The loss drops the Bears recoard to 2-2-1-0. The Bears continue their Canadian road trip with a stop in Belleville to … Continue reading
Hershey Bears Shutout Toronto Marlies In Decisive 3-0 Victory, Inch Closer to Clinching Playoff Berth
Photo: Christian Bonin While many of the other teams in the American Hockey League were just starting their day, the Hershey Bears were in the process of playing the first game of the day against the Toronto Marlies, beginning Thursday … Continue reading
HERSHEY, PA — The Hershey Bears held on to their five game point streak tonight, scoring two goals in the third period to tie the game and force the overtime against the Calder Cup Champion Toronto Marlies. Devante Smith-Pelly came … Continue reading
The Bears Fall To Marlies 5-4 in Overtime; Devante Smith-Pelly Scores Again; Liam O’Brien Ejected From Game
Photo: Tori Hartman The Hershey Bears fell to the Toronto Marlies 5-4 in overtime Friday night at Giant Center in Hershey. The overtime loss drops the Bears record to 34-22-3-4 (75 points) on the season. The Bears wrap-up their weekend … Continue reading
Photo: Toronto Marlies Two days after shutting out the Belleville Senators for their third consecutive win, the Hershey Bears pounded the Toronto Marlies 5-2 to earn their fourth straight victory and sweep their weekend set.
After a thrilling, but ultimately heartbreaking visit to Rochester on Friday night, the Hershey Bears (3-5-0-1) returned home to host the Toronto Marlies (7-3-0-0) at Giant Center on Saturday night. The Marlies would take this one 4-1.
Photo: Tori Hartman The Bears head into yet another three-in-three weekend coming off of two straight wins last weekend, with the hopes that the team can rebound from a slow start to the season.
Photo: Daniel Zampogna/PennLive Washington Capitals prospect and current Hershey Bear Madison Bowey will not face further discipline after he was investigated for using a homophobic slur in Game 4 of the Calder Cup Eastern Conference Finals on Friday.