Toronto beats Texas 6-1 in Game 7 to win AHL's Calder Cup

Toronto Marlies' Carl Grundstrom celebrates his goal with teammate Justin Holl (4) during the third period of Game 7 of the AHL Calder Cup final again

Toronto Marlies goaltender Garret Sparks (40) makes the save, deflecting the puck over the net on a shot from Texas Stars defenseman Dillon Heathering

Toronto Marlies goaltender Garret Sparks (40) stops Texas Stars center Austin Fyten (15) during the second period of Game 7 of the AHL Calder Cup fina

Toronto Marlies goaltender Garret Sparks (40) makes the save deflecting the puck over the net on a shot from Texas Stars defenseman Dillon Heatheringt

Texas Stars goaltender Mike McKenna (29) moves the puck from his net as the Toronto Marlies celebrate a goal by Andreas Johnsson during the first peri

Texas Stars goaltender Mike McKenna (29) poke-checks the puck away from Toronto Marlies left wing Andreas Johnsson (11) as Stars center Justin Dowling

TORONTO (AP) — Andreas Johnsson had two goals and an assist to help the Toronto Marlies win the American Hockey League's Calder Cup, 6-1 over the Texas Stars in Game 7 on Thursday night.

Mason Marchment also scored twice, Carl Grundstrom and Ben Smith added goals, and Garret Sparks made 29 saves for the Marlies, the Toronto Maple Leafs' top farm club.

Austin Fyten scored for Texas, ending Sparks' shutout bid midway through the third period.

The Marlies led the AHL with 112 points during the regular season and won 10 straight playoff games before being pushed to the distance by the Stars, Dallas' top development team. The last Toronto AHL affiliate to win the Calder Cup was the New Brunswick Hawks in 1982.