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Spring 2004
Marc's 67th goal

Marc gets down on one knee to score his 67th Icecat goal on Oct. 24, 2003 versus the Springfield Falcons. Marc is now the Icecats all time leading goal scoring record holder. Recently, Marc became the first Icecat to hit the 70 goal mark. He is now aiming to break the 80 goal mark.

Bill Ballou's picks
An except from a column written by long time Icecats sports writer, Bill Ballou, writes:"Through nine seasons of play in the American Hockey League, the IceCats have had several All-Stars, a Most Valuable Player, two Coaches of the Year, and a winner of the best goalie award. So, picking an All-Time IceCats team isn't easy. But, it is worth a try, and here is one opinion of what it should look like (players must have spent at least one full season in Worcester):
... On left wing: Marc Brown ('99-03) Although last season was a disappointing one, he remains the only pure left winger to score 30 goals in a season for Worcester, and leads IceCats' left wings in virtually every all-time offensive category..."
End of the Season
July 1, 2004
The Icecats had a successful first round playoff series by eliminating Manchester in decisive fashion. An injury to Marc very early in the first game of the second round against Hartford was enough to put him out for that series. This meant that the Marcless Icecats lost to Hartford in four straight games. They made a gallant effort but were unsuccessful. It is unlikely Marc will return to Worcester next year so we shall see where he ends up.


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