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TORONTO -- Marlies coach Steve Spott called Sundays 3-2 victory over the St. Johns IceCaps a wake-up call. The Marlies started slow and couldve easily gone behind 2-0 if it wasnt for the solid play of goaltender Drew MacIntyre, who picked up his league-leading 13th win. "I think as a coach sometimes, you come off of Friday night (a 4-1 win over Hamilton) and you praise your hockey club and you give them accolades on how hard they played and how hard they worked," Spott said. "Then they come in to a game like this today and theyre like boy were OK, we can just show up, put on our skates and play." David Broll picked up the winner as the Marlies (14-9-1) defeated the IceCaps (15-11-3) for the second time this season. With the loss, St. Johns saw their three-game win streak snapped. Carter Ashton and Brad Ross had the other goals for Toronto while Andrew Gordon and Brenden Kichton replied for St. Johns. "I said to our team after theres going to be games that well lose this year and Ill be OK with how we played, but theres going to be games we win where I wont feel too good and this was one of these games," Spott said. With goaltender Eddie Pasquale missing his second straight game due to a groin injury, Michael Hutchinson made his debut for the IceCaps Saturday. Hutchinson went 13-2-2 in 17 games with the Ontario Reign of the ECHL prior to being recalled Friday. Hutchinson made 17 saves in his first loss of the season while MacIntyre made 31 saves in the win. "We were really bad. Were starting to realize the way that we have to play," said MacIntyre, who received the game puck from Spott for the first time this season. "We just have to be more consistent, not so much with our effort, but with our mental game. I think our mental game, we kind of think that were a different team than we are." Broll beat Hutchinson short side at 7:52 of the third for his second of the season and the eventual game-winner. Gordon tied it 2-2 for St. Johns at 5:55 of the third, beating MacIntyre with his 10th of the season. Ashton, who was assigned to the Marlies on Saturday by the Leafs, gave Toronto a 2-1 lead, short-handed, at 1:49 of the third period, beating Hutchinson with a shot from the slot for his fourth of the season. Ross got Toronto on the board, tying it 1-1, with 39 seconds remaining in the second, putting home the rebound off a T.J. Brennan point shot. The IceCaps opened the scoring 5:04 into the second period as Kichton picked up his sixth of the season, beating Drew MacIntyre with a screened shot. Kael Mouillierat had an excellent chance to give the IceCaps a 2-0 lead at 14:52 of the middle frame on a breakaway, but was robbed by the glove of MacIntyre. "He made a nice move, he kind of took it and tried to change the angle," said MacIntyre. "Thats such a tough play cause you dont know if hes going to come back. You cant take the bait totally. I was glad that I got my glove on it and that it didnt go on the ice because I kind of opened up." Marlies leading point-getter, Spencer Abbott, left the game at 14:42 of the first period after being hit by IceCaps defenceman, Zach Redmond, and falling awkwardly into the boards. Abbott, who has 25 points in 23 games, was seen favouring his right leg as he was helped off the ice. Spott would only call the injury a lower body one, saying Abbott would be re-evaluated. Toronto concludes its pre-Christmas portion of the schedule with a three-game road trip beginning in Rochester on Wednesday. St. Johns has an 11-day break returning to the ice Dec. 27 in Worcester. Air Max 90 Black Gold . Phoenix got injured centre Emeka Okafor and a top-12-protected first-round draft pick in 2014 -- giving the rebuilding Suns potentially four choices in the opening round. 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Air Max 90 The Starry Sky Black . -- LeGarrette Blount made one last big splash into a soggy end zone.PHILADELPHIA - Heated rivals for years, the Flyers and Penguins scrapped through the kind of game that should have been settled on pay-per-view. Claude Giroux delivered the biggest blow of all, scoring 3:57 into overtime to lift Philadelphia over Pittsburgh 3-2 in a fight-filled game Tuesday night. After a throwback clash that featured one ejection and 93 penalty minutes, perhaps this one should have been decided by the judges scorecards rather than goals. It was a game we needed to kind of get a little dirty, play together, Giroux said. We literally fought for each other. There was a lot of emotions. Hopefully, we can build on this. Philadelphia winger Zac Rinaldo was tossed and faces a likely suspension for plowing Kris Letang into the glass. Flyers All-Star and NHL scoring leader Jake Voracek threw a series of fists in his first fight of the season. And Pittsburgh forward Steve Downie gave a flippant wave to a jeering crowd as he skated to the locker room after his role in a brawl. With a rabid crowd going wild with each punch, the teams fought four times in the second period for a total of 66 penalty minutes. Pittsburghs Beau Bennett and Philadelphias Chris VandeVelde scored in the third to make it 2-all. The fisticuffs started after Rinaldo sped toward Letang alone along the boards late in the first period. Rinaldo rammed his right shoulder into Letangs back and slammed the defenceman into the glass. Letang crumpled to the ice and was down for several minutes. He slowly got up, hunched over and skated straight to the locker room. He did not return. Rinaldo was slapped with a 5-minute major, which the Flyers killed off, and a game misconduct for boarding. One of the NHLs most penalized players, Rinaldo will surely sit out some games once the Flyers return from the All-Star break. He earned a four-game suspension last season for an illegal check to the head of Buffalo defenceman Chad Ruhwedel, who suffered a concussion. Rinaldo said he expected a suspension. I changed the whole game, man, Rinaldo said, tongue-in-cheek. Who knows what the game would have been like if I didnt do what I did? While Rinaldos check was certainly the most vicious hit of the game, it was just the start of the violence. Penguins centre Zach Still squared off with Flyers forward Michael Raffl in the first bout of the second period.dddddddddddd Both helmets went flying and they tussled on the ice for a few moments before it was broken up. Voracek and defenceman Rob Scuderi tangled in the second fight. Voracek threw several rights to Scuderis head that sent him to his knees. Voracek waved his arms toward the fired-up crowd of 19,982 that roared in appreciation as he skated to the penalty box. I saw (Dave) Hammer Schultz before the game, so I wanted to show him I got something, Voracek said. Schultz is in the Flyers Hall of Fame and was one of the great fighters for the 1970s Broad Street Bullies teams. He had to appreciate what he saw the rest of the period. Downie, a former Flyer, mixed it up with southpaw Luke Schenn in the third fight of the second. Flyers forward Pierre-Edouard Bellamare clocked Bobby Farnham right in the kisser, drawing gasps from the crowd before the Penguins forward recovered to dish out some shots of his own. That period was fun, Flyers forward R.J. Umberger said. The crowd was definitely into it. Its good to have that and have them have your back. Its a loud crowd when they do. Oh, right, the goals. The Penguins took the first 13 shots of the game, but the Flyers scored first on just their second attempt when Schenns wrister beat Thomas Greiss midway through the first. As soon as you get on the ice, you really dont even have to look at the other teams jersey, Schenn said. You kind of already know who you are playing just by the atmosphere out there. Its unbelievable. Our fans are crazy about the Penguins and it seems to bring out the best of us. Its a great rivalry. Chris Kunitz evened the score with a short-handed goal against Ray Emery in the second. The Penguins went 0 for 6 on the power play. With that many opportunities and the skill we have, we should make them pay for that, Penguins captain Sidney Crosby said. NOTES: Crosby was held without a point against the Flyers for one of the few times in his career. He entered with 75 points in 49 career games against the Flyers. Thats his second-highest point total against one team behind the 88 he has against the Islanders. ' ' '
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