Finishes his Junior year at BC. With Spencer Knight coming to BC next season, Woll could see reduced starts - does he sign with the Marlies?
Its the Development camp under armour hats I cant find it anywhere. I want one can someone help me find it.
Seriously, do a search for "Mitch Marner Goal" and look at all the image results. That's the same face in all of them.
In case you haven't heard, Jeremy Bracco is terrorizing the Canadian Hockey League (CHL).Last night, Bracco scored the overtime winner for the Kitchener Rangers against fellow Toronto Maple Leafs prospect Stephen Desrocher to extend his CHL-best point streak to 26 games.The 2015 61st overall pick has point in every single game he has played this year. He sits third in Ontario Hockey League (OHL) scoring with 17 goals, 34 assists and 51 points this season.
PPP has done an exemplary job of covering the higher levels of women's hockey this season. If you want to see some of the up and comers, take a look at the OWHA Provincial Championships. Senior AA and Midget AA is some really good hockey. And remember, there's no gate fee for girls hockey in the OWHA. Hit a rink and watch all day. If you happen to watching a Bluewater Hawks team, cheer loud for the girls, one may be mine!
Toronto Marlies mascot Duke needs your help! In the AHL's Mascot Madness voting, he's falling far behind Wilkes-Barre Scranton Penguins mascot Tux in voting to move on to the next round.
Leafs fans, we can not stand for this. The best AHL team can't see it's mascot lose to a penguin.
Head over in the link above and vote for Duke!
Nikita Soshnikov took an awkward fall into the boards during the first period of tonight's game against the Buffalo Sabres. As you can see in the above gif, Soshnikov was trying to go for a check but tripped over his intended target and instead went down backwards.
Soshnikov lay on the ice for a few scary minutes while the Leafs trainer came out. He was escorted off the ice to the quiet room, but returned to the Leafs bench near three-quarter mark of the period.
Earlier in the period, he tallied his first NHL assist on a goal by Leo Komarov.
Brooks Laich passes to William Nylander who snipes it high glove side for his first ever NHL goal.
A familiar family moment as Brooks Laich also assisted on Michael Nylander's last NHL goal.
This is one of many, many, to come, though this one is extra nice as his first NHL goal AND it's versus the Senators!
We know Nazem Kadri is good, extremely talented even. But this, this is something.Watch Kadri step around or through three Flyers players before dishing cross-crease to Peter Holland. The assist was Kadri's 18th of the season and 106th in the NHL, but it might be his nicest.What a play.