IceCaps end home-ice losing streak by beating Marlies

Brendan McCarthy
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Kevin Clark scored twice in the third period, delivering what would be the game-winner midway through the frame and an insurance empty-netter in the final minute as the St. John's IceCaps ended a seven-game home-ice losing streak by defeating the Toronto Marlies 4-2 at Mile One Centre this afternoon.

Jason Jaffray and Eric O'Dell also scored for St. John's (16-20-2), which rebounded from a 6-2 loss to the Marlies Saturday night at Mile One.

Paul Ranger, on a five-on-three power-play in the first period, and Ryan Hamilton, on a second-period penalty shot, replied for the Western Conference-leading Marlies (22-11-3).

Eddie Pasquale made 21 saves for the IceCaps, while St. John's directed 35 shots towards the Toronto goal and Jussi Rynnas.

Organizations: IceCaps, Toronto Maple Leafs

Geographic location: St. John's, Toronto

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  • Andy Dufresne
    January 13, 2013 - 19:41

    Ranger left the game after that goal, and he dominated play on Saturday night. I didn't see any injury this afternoon-- why did he leave?