PROVIDENCE BRUINS (28-14-3-3 – 62 Points) vs.
TORONTO MARLIES (25-18-3-1 – 54 Points)
TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 2022
Providence: Z. Senyshyn (17) (J. Studnicka), J. Studnicka (10) (Unassisted), O. Steen (14) EN (J. Koppanen, C. Hughes)
Goaltender: K. Keyser (14/15) W
Toronto: C. Douglas (7) (C. Dahlström, R. Clune)
Goaltender: J. Woll (27/29) L
ON THE SCORESHEET
- Curtis Douglas scored at 4:31 of the second period. He has points (2-3-5) in consecutive games.
- Carl Dahlström recorded the primary assist on Douglas’ second period goal. He has 13 assists in 36 games with the Marlies this season.
- Rich Clune picked up the secondary assist on Douglas’ second period goal. He has points (1-2-3) in consecutive games.
- Joseph Woll stopped 27 of 29 shots he faced
- Toronto went 4-for-4 on the penalty kill and 0-for-1 on the power play. Toronto is 6-9-2-1 when not scoring on the power play and 13-9-1-0 when not allowing a goal on the penalty kill.
- Providence had a 30-15 edge in shots in all situations. Curtis Douglas and Bobby McMann led the Marlies with three shots on goal. Toronto is 16-13-2-1 when outshot by their opponents.
- The Marlies are 5-5-1-0 against Atlantic Division opponents and finish the regular season 0-2-0 against the Bruins. Toronto was outscored 8-2 through two games.
Scoring first 19-4-1-1
Tied after 1 5-3-0-0
Leading after 2 19-3-2-1
At home 12-9-2-1
*Amongst active players
Goals 19 (J. Anderson)
Assists 32 (J. Duszak)
Points 40 (B. Seney)
PPG 6 (J. Anderson, A. Steeves)
Shots 120 (A. Steeves)
+/- +13 (B. Seney)
PIMS 84 (R. Clune)
HEAD COACH GREG MOORE
On today’s game:
We expect more from ourselves, that we can beat any team on any given night. The result is frustrating. It was a back-and-forth game. It’s starting to feel like the end of the season where points are on the line, playoff positions are on the line. Playoff hockey is starting to come and you could tell this was one of those games where every play was a big play.
On Alex Steeves not returning to the game:
We kept him off for precautionary reasons. No real diagnosis right now.
On Joseph Woll:
He looked really solid. He stabilized things back there for us at times. Really good game for him.
On today’s game:
It was a tight game. It’s just how the Bruins play and they play. They play a north-south game for the most part. They played a steady game where they didn’t give too much up. I thought it was a close game. There were a couple of errors we made at the end. You can call it fatigue, you can call it just mental errors but at the same time in tight checking games like that, we just have to understand as we continue to creep down into the playoffs that we have tighten things up defensively and I think that was relevant obviously in the third period.
*All times Eastern Standard Time
March 9 vs. Abbotsford – 11:00 a.m.
March 11 at Utica – 7:00 p.m.
March 12 at Syracuse – 7:00 p.m.
March 17 vs. Hershey – 1:30 p.m.
March 19 vs. Chicago – 4:00 p.m.