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TORONTO -- All Rockford needed was a little extra pressure on the forecheck to rally past Toronto. The IceHogs scored three unanswered goals, capped by Jeremy Morins third-period goal, to beat the Marlies 3-2 in American Hockey League play Wednesday. "We didnt think we had the puck a lot the first half of the game and we needed that goal to make it a one-goal hockey game, which we got and we went from there," said IceHogs coach Ted Dent. "Toronto has a good set of defence and they move the puck well. "We were only fore-checking one guy hard and we had to change it up and go to two hard, put a little bit more pressure on their D." Jimmy Hayes had an excellent chance to give Rockford (5-2-1) the insurance goal with just 2:35 remaining, but was robbed by the glove of Drew MacIntyre. Alex Broadhurst and Terry Broadhurst each scored for the IceHogs. Toronto pulled MacIntyre with less than two minutes remaining, but could not score the equalizer. The loss was Torontos first on home ice this season. "We made three mistakes that were glaring and all three were mental mistakes," said Marlies coach Steve Spott. "For me, its disappointing because at this level you cant make mental mistakes. We talked about, after 20 minutes, being more alert. I didnt like our sense of urgency and we talked about it at length." Gregg McKegg and Carter Ashton scored for the Marlies (4-2-0), who suffered their first loss at Ricoh Coliseum this season. Rockfords Broadhurst brothers erased a 2-0 deficit with two late second-period goals. Alex Broadhurst cut Torontos lead to 2-1 at 14:33 of the second period finishing off a 2-on-1 feed from Adam Clendening for his second of the season. Less than three minutes later, Terry Broadhurst put home a feed from Garrett Ross, who beat out the icing call, tying it 2-2. The goal extended Terry Broadhursts point streak to four games. 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The 22-year-old slugger, who is no stranger to adversity, made up for it at the end.EDMONTON -- The Edmonton Oilers returned to the ice Wednesday after 12 days off for the Olympic break, several of them with red faces either from sun tanning or the hard bike riding that was part of the mini training camp/conditioning session they were put through. "It feels a lot shorter than it was," said veteran defenceman Andrew Ference, who spent part of the break with his family in Canmore, Alta., visiting former Olympians Thomas Grandi and Sara Renner. "But its a really good chance to get rid of all the little aches and pains." Ference said it has to be remembered that with back-to-back condensed seasons - last year because of the lockout - players need the break both mentally and physically. "The last calendar year I think I played 110 or 120 games, so its a much welcomed break." It was a break that came with the Oilers suddenly having found their game in the midst of another disastrous, non-playoff season. They went into the Olympic break having won five of their previous seven games - one of the losses was in overtime - and outscoring their opponents 18-12. Their previous 10 games before the break - the statistic the NHL keeps - showed them at 5-3-2, a record that put them in the middle of the pack, unlike the 29th place they are in with their overall record of 20-33-7. "It is tough from that aspect," forward Jordan Eberle said of the untimely break. "Some of the GMs around the league have been complaining, some of the teams were going well and then you get this break. Its almost like a new season starting. "But, for me personally, I feel you get re-energized, with a little more jump and a little more excitement to play, like you didd in camp.dddddddddddd I feel really energized and ready to play." Like many of the players, Eberle took a vacation away from the game, away from Edmonton and away from winter. But not away from working out. "Yeah I went away but I definitely worked out," he added. "I knew today was going to be a tough day. It was just a bit of a skate but most of the stuff was in the gym and it was tough." Ference said the players were put through a tough physical that included a hard bike ride but said everybody looked fine. "Nobody was puking." Veteran Ryan Smyth said it would have been nice to be playing in the Olympics again, but he appreciated the great family time he had in Mexico. And as a player turning 38 on Friday, he said "any time you get some rest for the body to recuperate, it will really help." While players made sure they stayed physically active and in shape, they were able to mentally turn off the game and enjoy some rare family time. "Your mind is a little off on vacation so you give yourself a break there," said Eberle, second on the Oilers scoring with 45 points. "But as far as your body you have to make sure youre still able to come back and play 22 games. So everyone took their mind away from the game, which is a good thing. "I went on vacation somewhere hot and your mind is so out of it that you think, wow, I have to come back and play hockey? But as soon as you get to Edmonton, see the snow on the ground, it changes pretty quickly. I got on the ice, felt pretty excited to get back. Its almost like a new season here." 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