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Toronto Maple Leafs’ Matt Frattin (file photo)

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Two late goals by the Marlies weren't enough as Toronto lost to the Hershey Bears 4-2 on Sunday in American Hockey League play.

Matt Frattin scored midway through the second period and Mark Fraser had a goal in the third for the Marlies (9-8-1). Mark Owuya made 15 saves for Toronto.

Cameron Schilling's goal in the second period stood as the winner for Hershey (7-10-1), while Jon DiSalvatore, Zach Hamill and Alex Berry rounded out the offence.

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Braden Holtby stopped 40 shots to earn the win for the Bears.

The Marlies went 0 for 4 on the power play, while Hershey was 1 for 4 with the man advantage.

The Bears' victory ended a three-game skid. Toronto has now lost three in a row.

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