Griffins @ Marlies, 12/9/2006 Multimedia Files

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Jimmy Howard gets set at the top of the crease during a game between the Grand Rapids Griffins and the Toronto Marlies.
Jimmy Howard tries to look around Brett Engelhardt during a game between the Grand Rapids Griffins and the Toronto Marlies.
Jimmy Howard makes a blocker save during a game between the Grand Rapids Griffins and the Toronto Marlies.
Jimmy Howard crouches in goal in a game between the Grand Rapids Griffins and Toronto Marlies.
Erik Westrum of the Toronto Marlies waits for a faceoff against the Grand Rapids Griffins.
Ryan Oulahen skates around the side of the goal during a stoppage in a Grand Rapids Griffins game.
Jay Harrison of the Toronto Marlies coordinates with his teammates during a stoppage in play.
Goaltender Jean-Francois Racine of the Toronto Marlies gets set at the top of his crease.
Matt Ellis of the Grand Rapids Griffins takes a faceoff against John Mitchell of the Toronto Marlies.
Jon Insana and Danny Syvret of the Grand Rapids Griffins tie up Tyson Nash of the Toronto Marlies as goaltender Jimmy Howard freezes the puck.
After colliding behind the net, Toronto's Kris Newbury and Grand Rapids' Ryan Oulahen skate by goalie Jean-Francois Racine and back into the play.
Backup goalie Stefan Liv sits on the bench during a game between the Grand Rapids Griffins and Toronto Marlies.
Kris Newbury of Toronto and Matt Ellis of Grand Rapids battle in front of the Griffins' net.
Kyle Quincey, Scott Barney and Eric Himelfarb stand around shaken goaltender Jimmy Howard as a trainer works with him in the crease.
Jimmy Howard and Eric Himelfarb of the Grand Rapids Griffins stand in the crease during a stoppage in play.
Tom Galvin of the Griffins checks Kris Newbury of the Marlies to the ice in front of the Grand Rapids goal.
Defenseman Dan Smith keeps an eye on the area in front of Grand Rapids goaltender Jimmy Howard.
The Grand Rapids Griffins celebrate a 2-1 win over the Toronto Marlies.

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