Toronto, Ontario, Nov. 9, 2017 — A month ago, I wrote about the Toronto Marlies and the depth that the Marlies had at the AHL level, and then I added that the Leafs had a good chance to land D’Angelo Russell as a player.
It was my most recent update on the Marlies and I’ve been updating this article every week since.
Today, we take a look at D’Adrienne D’Arcy, a 19-year-old defenseman who the Leafs drafted and signed in 2017.
Here are a few things to know about D’Aricy: She played for the London Knights in the Ontario Hockey League last season She’s the first player to wear the number 7 on her jersey since 2008.
She is the first Marlie to play in the NHL and the first since the 2016-17 season.
She has the third-most assists in the Marleau-Dalby lineup.
She also has the most goals (16) and points (37) in the team’s regular season history.
She started her professional career in the AHL.
She’s been with the Marlyas for four years.
She was a top-six defenseman for the Knights last season and had four assists in seven games.
She joined the Marlenas in October of 2017 after spending two seasons in the WHL.
She played six games for the Marloes during the 2017-19 season, registering one assist and five penalty minutes.
She made her professional debut with the Maple Leafs on Oct. 10, 2017, and scored his first professional goal with the team on Oct, 20, 2017.
She appeared in six games in the 2017 WHL playoffs and had two assists.
In 2016-2017, she had eight assists in 45 games and had an 18-point season with London.
She signed with the Toronto Knights as a free agent on July 11, 2017 and was signed to an entry-level contract on June 12, 2018.
She represented the Knights in four WHL championship games, the 2016 Memorial Cup and the 2017 Memorial Cup.
The Marlies were the second-youngest team in the league at the time, playing in a division that had been split between the London and London Knights.
D’Arocy was the first rookie to play for Toronto this season, and the fifth player from the Knights to make their NHL debut.
She had four goals and six points in 23 games with the Knights, and was the second player in Knights history to have two goals and four points.
The Knights selected D’Alene D’Bello, a 6-foot-3, 208-pound defender from the United States.
She scored a goal and had one assist in five games with London, and she was named the WL Player of the Month for June.
She spent the 2016 season with the Edmonton Oil Kings, and had eight points in 26 games with Edmonton.
She won the WCAW’s first-ever player of the month award, which she also won the OHL’s Rookie of the Year award for the 2017 campaign.
She led the OTL in goals and points in 2016-18, and finished second in goals, third in points and tied for second in power-play goals.
She earned a contract with the NHL’s Toronto Maple Knights on June 24, 2018, and has spent the past three seasons with the franchise.
In five seasons in London, she has played in 64 games and racked up 23 goals and 31 assists for 57 points.
She recorded an assist in her first playoff game in the 2016 Calder Cup Playoffs and scored the overtime winner against the Ottawa Senators in the Memorial Cup semifinal.
She participated in the inaugural AHL All-Star Weekend in January 2018.