Ben Scrivens Perfect as Marlies Rout Heat 5-0, Makes 25 Saves for Shutout

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Ben Scrivens Perfect as Marlies Rout Heat 5-0, Makes 25 Saves for Shutout


Ben Scrivens solid in net as Marlies win 5-0

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TORONTO - Goaltender Ben Scrivens was sharp early and often on Sunday.

Scrivens made 24 saves as the Toronto Marlies blanked the Abbotsford Heat 5-0 in American Hockey League action.

It was the third start in three days for Scrivens, who made 17 saves in a 6-1 win over the Hamilton Bulldogs on Saturday after surrendering five goals on 28 shots in a 6-3 loss at Hamilton on Friday.

"Three games in three days, that's what makes this league tough," Scrivens said. "It's three games in under 48 hours, with some travel in there, it's a real test on the body and on the mind. But the team is playing really well in front of me, boxing out guys and letting me see the puck.

"As a goalie in this league, if you can see the puck you're expected to stop it."

Marlies head coach Dallas Eakins was understandably pleased with his goaltender.

"That's the kind of goaltending we remember from last year (when Scrivens backstopped Toronto to the Calder Cup final)," said Eakins. "He was calm and cool out there and the team was calm and cool in front of him. The last two games have been giant strides for Ben."

Toronto (9-5-1) scored three times in seven minutes in the third period -- including twice in 30 seconds -- to seal the victory over Abbotsford.

"We can put the puck in the back of the net," Scrivens said. "Our team is full of guys who can score, who can dipsy-doodle, who can cycle the puck and score off of plays that look dead.

"Our offence is coming from a lot of different guys and a lot of different scenarios."

Ryan Hamilton, Nazem Kadri, Nicolas Deschamps, Matt Frattin and Will Acton scored for the Marlies, who won for the sixth time in seven games. Acton added an assist for a two-point game, while Mike Zigomanis chipped in with two assists. …

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