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Jussi Rynnas stops 26 as Toronto Marlies cruise by Adirondack Phantoms 5-1

GLENS FALLS, N.Y. - Jussi Rynnas made 26 saves as the Toronto Marlies rolled over the Adirondack Phantoms 5-1 in American Hockey League play Thursday.

Stefan Legein opened the game with the Phantoms' lone goal at 5:56 in the first period.

From there it was all Toronto. Mike Zigomanis, Alex Foster, Justin Hodgman and Joey Crabb each scored while Greg Scott added a short-handed goal for the Marlies.

It was a chippy contest between the two teams.

Adirondack centre Zac Rinaldo was sent off with a five-minute major for boarding and 10-minute game misconduct penalties in the third.

Nazem Kadri also left at 10:22 in the third. He was given two minutes for slashing, two minutes for unsportsmanlike conduct and a 10-minute game misconduct.

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