The long-rumoured official announcement is finally here.
Orlando Solar Bears
The Marlies have been looking over a lot of Solar Bears lately, they’ve made yet another exchange, and have added Carl Grundström to the roster.
The scoring forward is very good in the ECHL. Does he have it in the AHL?
The Maple Leafs will have their new ECHL affiliate next season unless any last minute snags crop up.
What’s going on in the quest to bring the Leafs ECHL franchise to St. John’s?
Now there’s signs of divisions in the locker room.
The move comes as Travis Dermott doesn’t seem to be wearing out his welcome on the Leafs and Timothy Liljegren might be a bit banged up.
The Telegram is reporting that one of the bids to bring an ECHL team to St. John’s, Newfoundland involves the Maple Leafs.
New forwards pay dividends early.
Orlando was frustrated in the homestand and dropped the first two games against Norfolk, but earned one point in shootout loss Saturday.
The Orlando Solar Bears defender has played in 24 games so far this season.
The Marlies add two of the best producing Solar Bears to their lineup. The timing is a little interesting.
Mackenzie Skapski was cut from training camp with no contract, but goalie needs in Orlando have given him another chance.
With Kasimir Kaskisuo loaned to the Chicago Wolves, the Solar Bears had to find a new goaltender.
Goalies coming and going.
Time to add some Marlies into the mix before the regular season begins.
What can we learn from who the Leafs invited to camp?
Cal Heeter brings experience and depth to the Marlies in net.
They have made a few more additions as well.
The Marlies are hard at work adding players to the system to keep the team well stocked.
Catch up on the summer news from Orlando and learn a bit about how contracts work in the ECHL.
There’s one man from last year’s Leafs camps as well.
The Jacksonville Icemen named Jason Christie as their head coach and Vice President of Hockey Operations.