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28 апреля 2016 г. 07:15

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TORONTO -- Drew MacIntyre knows the significance of his record-setting win Sunday. Adidas Superstar Supercolor . The Toronto Marlies goalie made 30 saves in a 6-4 victory over the Abbotsford Heat, surpassing former Leafs prospect Justin Pogge in the record books with his single-season franchise best 27th win. "Its cool. Its an honour," said MacIntyre. "I dont take stuff like that lightly. Ive been in this league for a while so those kinds of things are nice." Marlies head coach Steve Spott said the game puck will be going to his star goaltender. "Its a special night for him and his family," Spott said. "Hes done so much for this organization on and off the ice. He really embodies what I think our organization is all about." Pogge, who now plays for Bofors IK in the Swedish Division 1 league, set the record during the 2008-09 season. "Good goalie. We had lots of battles I remember," said MacIntyre of Pogge. "Big guy and it wasnt easy to beat him." Leivo picked up the game-winner, giving Toronto a 5-4 lead at 9:51 of the third. He one-timed a shot from Greg McKegg from the side of the net, past Joni Ortio for his 18th of the season. "Great keep on by (Petter Granberg), kept it alive and it ended up with (McKegg) in the slot," said Leivo of the play. "He found me back door and I was fortunate enough to get it through that D-mans stick and put it into the net." Carter Ashton gave the Marlies a two-goal cushion at 16:19, beating Ortio for his 16th of the season. Toronto (41-20-6) had second-period goals from T.J. Brennan, Jamie Devane, McKegg and Tyler Biggs. Max Reinhart, Brett Olson, Ben Street and Shane OBrien responded for Abbotsford (37-25-7). Ortio, who was making his third straight start, made 21 saves in the loss. The win stretches Torontos unbeaten streak to five games (4-0-1). The Marlies also won two of three over a three-game, three-night stretch this weekend. The loss, meanwhile, halted Abbotsfords win streak at two games. Abbotsford and Toronto combined for eight goals in a 16:40 span of the second heading to the third tied 4-4. Brennan opened the scoring, on a power play, with his team-leading 22nd goal of the season at 3:15. The fourth meeting between the two teams, and second in a week, was a heated affair with the physical play reaching its peak near the six-minute mark of the second. Heat forward Tim Miller caught Marlies defenceman Andrew MacWilliam with a big open-ice, shoulder-to-chest hit leaving the Toronto blue-liner struggling to get up. MacWilliam was helped to the bench and did not return. Spott said MacWilliam suffered a concussion as his head took a good bump when he fell to the ice. MacWilliams injury left the Marlies, who dressed just five defenceman because Eric Knodel was suffering from the flu, with just four blue-liners for over half the game. "Its definitely a different type of challenge," said Brennan of playing with four defencemen. "We had a ton of help from our forwards helping out. We played together as one unit and pulled out the win." Brad Staubitz caught Jordan Kremyr with an illegal check to the head and was assessed a minor penalty at 5:33 of the second period. Then 1:13 later, Kenny Ryan was penalized for slashing, giving Abbotsford a two-man advantage for 47 seconds. The Heat, who entered Sunday with the leagues sixth best road power play, scored twice. Reinhart tied it 1-1 at 7:04 on the two-man advantage. With Ryan still in the box, Olson tipped a Corey Locke 2-on-1 feed past MacIntyre at 8:43 giving the visitors their first lead of the game, 2-1. Street beat MacIntyre stick-side off a Staubitz neutral zone turnover, giving Abbotsford a 3-1 lead at 10:17 of the second. Toronto then scored three unanswered to take a 4-3 lead. Devane pulled Toronto to within one, one-timing a Jerred Smithson feed past Ortio at 10:34, and the Marlies tied it 3-3 at 11:48 as McKegg put home a loose puck off a scramble in front of Ortio for his 17th of the season. Biggs gave Toronto its second lead of the game at 18:37 of the second, beating Ortio in the slot. "It was nice being down 3-1 seeing the pushback that we had," said Spott. "We beat a very good hockey club here today. Theyre well coached, they play hard and we had to play our A-game. It was a good win by our team." However, with just five seconds remaining in the second period, OBrien tied it at four. Allan McPherson picked up his first career AHL point with an assist on the goal. Marlies leading point scorer Spencer Abbott left the game near the end of the second with an upper body injury and did not return. Spott said Abbott would undergo precautionary X-Rays. Notes: Marlies goaltender Garret Sparks was a healthy scratch as the team continues to carry three goaltenders. Toronto forward Brandon Kozun was a healthy scratch after taking a penalty late in Saturdays 2-1 shootout loss to Iowa. Frazer McLaren (hip flexor) is expected back at practice Tuesday and in game action Friday in Utica. Adidas Stan Smith . The move came just before the series finale against Houston, when newly acquired right-hander Hector Noesi was added to the Rangers roster. Beltre hasnt played since coming out of Tuesdays game at Boston. Adidas Superstar Slip On uomo .J. Burnett threw six solid innings to lead the Philadelphia Phillies over the Washington Nationals 7-2 on Saturday night. FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- David Nelson was home in Texas and getting ready to head to a baseball game Monday night, when his agent called. Forget the Texas Rangers-Tampa Bay Rays wild-card tiebreaker, he told the wide receiver. "You should probably watch the football game," Nelson recalled him saying. "Because youre going to be playing next Monday night." The New York Jets signed Nelson on Wednesday, and the former Buffalo Bills wide receiver could make an immediate impact on a banged-up receiving corps. Santonio Holmes and Stephen Hill could both be sidelined for the Jets game against the Falcons at Atlanta on Monday night, so Nelson might need to be ready to play despite just getting to his new team. "Im confident that I can, when it comes to Monday," Nelson said, "Ill know where to be and when to be there." Holmes tweaked a hamstring at Tennessee last Sunday and is expected to miss a few games. Hill suffered a concussion, and his status was uncertain. "I think David is going to be a big-time target for us," quarterback Geno Smith said. Nelson played with Buffalo from 2010-12 and caught 94 passes for 1,042 yards and eight touchdowns. He signed with Cleveland in the off-season but was among the Browns final cuts before the regular season. The 6-foot-5, 215-pound Nelsons best season came in 2011, when he had 61 receptions for 658 yards and five touchdowns. "Ive never been involved in a West Coast system, per se," Nelson said about offensive co-ordinator Marty Mornhinwegs offence. "Routes are similar. Itss just done in a little bit different manner as far as motioning and formations. Adidas Superstar Supercolor donna. But the routes are the same, so its just figuring out what routes go with what concept." He said hes completely healthy after he tore a ligament in his right knee in the Bills season opener last year -- against the Jets at MetLife Stadium. Nelson, who impressed the Jets during a workout last week, spent several hours working with receivers coach Sanjay Lal on Tuesday. Nelson said Smith also introduced himself and immediately took him to the film room to watch the Falcons offence together. "Hes a veteran guy, and youve got to get him up to speed in a hurry," coach Rex Ryan said. "I have no idea how much he knows of this system or anything else right now. But I know we had to defend against him. Hes a very capable receiver." In four games against the Jets, Nelson had 15 receptions for 189 yards and two TDs -- both in 2011. "I told him its good to finally be on his side so I dont have to worry about his schemes anymore," Nelson said he told Ryan. "And he turned around and said, Its good to have you on my side so I dont have to worry about scheming against you anymore. So, that was comforting and gave me a lot of confidence." Oh, and as far as that Rangers game, Nelson still went and watched Texas season end with a 5-2 loss to Tampa Bay. "Im a huge Rangers fan, and a huge baseball fan," Nelson said. 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