AHL Morning Skate: 5.21.19

American Hockey League

Take a game-day spin around the AHL ice with latest news and notes from the 2019 Calder Cup Playoffs in today’s AHL Morning Skate.

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Game 3 – Tonight, 7:00 ET, AHLTV
(Series tied, 1-1)
 

The Eastern Conference Finals resume tonight with Toronto hosting Charlotte in Game 3… The best-of-seven series is tied at a game apiece after the Checkers’ 5-3 win on Saturday night, storming back from a 3-0 deficit to hand the Marlies their first loss of the postseason… Tomas Jurco (5-5-10) tallied a goal and two assists to lead the Charlotte comeback, and Andrew Poturalski (6-8-14) scored the winning goal with 1:41 left in regulation… Nicolas Roy (1-8-9) added a goal and an assist for his first points of the series, and defenseman Jesper Sellgren (1-0-1), a 2018 draft choice by Carolina, scored his first career AHL goal… Dustin Tokarski (2-0, 0.63, .971) stopped all nine shots he faced in 35 minutes of relief work and improved to 9-0-0 as a member of the Checkers… Trevor Carrick (0-6-6) extended his scoring streak to six games with an assist… Jeremy Bracco (3-10-13), Colin Greening (1-0-1) and Adam Brooks (6-1-7) scored for Toronto in Saturday’s loss… Kasimir Kaskisuo (8-1, 1.77, .940) stopped 20 of 24 shots but lost in regulation for the first time in nearly two months (Mar. 16 at Lehigh Valley)… Charlotte scored more goals in the third period of Game 2 (four) than Toronto had allowed in any of its first eight playoff contests, and became the first team to win a playoff game after trailing by three goals in the second period since Grand Rapids beat Lake Erie, 5-4, in Game 4 of their second-round series in 2016… Before Game 2, the Marlies were 29-1-2-1 during the regular season and 6-0 in the playoffs when leading after two periods… Saturday marked Charlotte’s first-ever win in a conference finals game (1-5)… Toronto enters Game 3 with an 11-0 record over the last two postseasons in games when a series is tied.

Eastern Conference Finals – Series “M” (best-of-7)
A1-Charlotte Checkers vs. N3-Toronto Marlies
Game 1 – Fri., May 17 – Toronto 2, CHARLOTTE 1 | Recap/Highlights
Game 2 – Sat., May 18 – CHARLOTTE 5, Toronto 3 | Recap/Highlights
Game 3 – Tue., May 21 – Charlotte at Toronto, 7:00, AHLTV
Game 4 – Thu., May 23 – Charlotte at Toronto, 7:00, AHLTV, TSN2
Game 5 – Fri., May 24 – Charlotte at Toronto, 7:00, AHLTV, TSN2
*Game 6 – Sun., May 26 – Toronto at Charlotte, 7:00, AHLTV
*Game 7 – Tue., May 28 – Toronto at Charlotte, 7:00, AHLTV
*if necessary… All times Eastern


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Game 3 – Wednesday, 10:00 ET, AHLTV
(Series tied, 1-1)
 

Western Conference Finals – Series “N” (best-of-7)
C1-Chicago Wolves vs. P3-San Diego Gulls
Game 1 – Fri., May 17 – CHICAGO 5, San Diego 4 (OT) | Recap/Highlights
Game 2 – Sat., May 18 – San Diego 3, CHICAGO 0 | Recap/Highlights
Game 3 – Wed., May 22 – Chicago at San Diego, 10:00, AHLTV
Game 4 – Fri., May 24 – Chicago at San Diego, 10:00, AHLTV
Game 5 – Sat., May 25 – Chicago at San Diego, 10:00, AHLTV
*Game 6 – Mon., May 27 – San Diego at Chicago, 8:00, AHLTV
*Game 7 – Wed., May 29 – San Diego at Chicago, 8:00, AHLTV
*if necessary… All times Eastern


Alumni Watch
In the Stanley Cup Playoffs on Sunday, St. Louis took a 3-2 series lead in the Western Conference Final with a 5-0 win at San Jose… Jaden Schwartz scored three goals and Jordan Binnington made 21 saves for his first shutout of the postseason.

In the IIHF World Championship in Slovakia yesterday, three-time AHL All-Star Jonathan Marchessault notched a goal and an assist in Canada’s 5-0 win over Denmark… 2015 Calder Cup champion Adrian Kempe tallied a goal and an assist and Dennis Rasmussen scored the winning goal in the final minute to lift Sweden over Latvia, 5-4… Marco Rosa scored once in regulation and once in the shootout to help Italy to a 4-3 win over Austria… David Phillips recorded two assists to help Great Britain to a 4-3 overtime win over France.


Watch the Calder Cup Playoffs on AHLTV
Don’t miss a second on the road to the 2019 Calder Cup championship. AHLTV features live streaming of every AHL game in high definition on desktop, laptop, tablet and mobile devices, as well as OTT platforms such as Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Android TV. A subscription is just $24.99 for the entire postseason, or just $7.99 for a day pass. Visit theahl.com/AHLTV for details.

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