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Deveaux score late, Scott wins it for Marlies in 3-2 shootout against Milwaukee

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TORONTO - Andre Deveaux tied the game in the third period and Greg Scott scored in the shootout to give the Toronto Marlies a 3-2 victory over the Milwaukee Admirals in American Hockey League action Sunday.

Down 2-1 with just over seven minutes remaining in regulation, Deveaux scored on the power play after Admirals centre Dave Scatchard drew a hooking penalty.

After a scoreless overtime, Tyler Bozak put the Marlies (15-15-5) up one in the shootout.

Cal O'Reilly tied it for Milwaukee but Toronto goaltender Joey MacDonald shut down three Admirals shooters, setting the stage for Scott's game winner.

Milwaukee's Mark Santorelli opened the scoring at 13:13 in the first after a giveaway by Ben Gordon, but Marlies defenceman Brendan Mikkelson tied it up on the power play late in the period on a shot from the blue-line.

O'Reilly restored the Admirals (18-11-4) lead in the second with a quick shot from the left faceoff circle, but Milwaukee's shooters couldn't secure the lead on MacDonald, who stopped 20 for the win.

At the other end, Admirals netminder Mark Dekanich made 29 saves.

NOTES: Re-assigned from the Anaheim Ducks, Kyle Calder made his Marlies debut on Saturday, as did call-up Ben Simon. . . Santorelli, who has seven goals on the season, scored for the third straight game. . . The Marlies begin an eight-game road trip in Rockford on Wednesday. They don't play another home game until hosting the Hamilton Bulldogs on Jan. 23.

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