Discussion in 'Toronto Maple Leafs' started by LeafsNation75, Sep 29, 2018.
I wonder if they end up moving Carrick.
I wonder if there is anything to read into him not playing at home with the full lineup, compared to their "AHL" lineup with less talent. You think if they were to keep him they want him playing against a better lineup.
Lets go Marlies!
Wonder if anyone playing tonight has a chance of making the main roster? Looking at the names on the roster the only people who look like they have a shot are Carrick and an outside shot for Holl, though doubtful.
No one except probably McBackup. Carrick is either traded or sent down or claimed?, Holl isn't good enough.
I wonder if McElhinney and Sparks will split the game or does whoever start become the favorite to be #2 Goalie after Andersen?
Ok, have to go out for dinner tonight, might catch the end of this. But really this is the marlies B lineup?
Last night was beautiful and a horror.
Need some talent for RHD.
Still an open spot on D. Can Rosen or Borgman grab it?
This is a Marlies game. I doubt anyone on the skating roster has a shot left with the Leafs.
Only Leaf here is the guy that will be our backup goalie.
I hope so. After watching Ozhiganov last night someone needs to step up.
Hoping Holl makes the Leafs roster. I’m not convinced he gets through waivers and Oz hasn’t convinced me yet that he is ready.
Let’s go Marlies!!
Basically the Marlies top 12 to start the season, which will also include Marchment.
One last audition for Rosen and Marincin -- Holl and Carrick.
I don't love LoVerde playing over Lilly, but it is what it is. hopefully Bracco has a good night
Jooris and Cracknell will make for good vets on the Marlies. Greening is there too.
Not quite as lethal as last nights powerplay
A marlies game but I still like these cause while it is a Marlies game, they are wearing Leafs jerseys. I love watching to see who here will give it their all or one last push as a dark horse to make it. While many will find this game boring, especially compared to last night, I'll look for some story lines.
Gauthier played with the big boys last night, he's more in his element tonight. Will he be able to stand out in likely his last time in a Leaf jersey?
Bracco, Grundstrom, Brooks and Engvall will essentially be the core of the Marlies. Which one will be this year's Johnsson as "the guy"? Will be cool to see who plays the best tonight.
The D core. All but LoVerde have seen time with the Leafs. All want another chance. Who will step up?
dun dun duuuuun
I think it may be a Babcock motivating tactic
I'm expecting an entertaining game from the kids with their last chance to make an impression.
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