Mason McTavish’s crazy 2021-22 season (which isn’t over yet)

It was the Anniversary Cup Open Last night in New Brunswick. local team – visitor And on vacation for more than a month – Hamilton surprised Bulldog, champions of OHL.

Logan Morrison and Avery Hayes, the Bulldogs’ top forwards in a playoff game, had three and two points respectively in the loss.

However, Mason McTavish was crossed off the record sheet. If he could sign the tag, maybe the Bulldogs would win?

McTavish is the runner-up for the Bulldogs behind Logan Morrison. The latter is 19 years old and has not been drafted by an NHL team. Would it be this summer, when he had just earned 100 points?

Back to McTavish.

I enjoyed digging into his individual stats during the game shown on RDS.

After being picked in the first round by the ducks (third overall), McTavish had a 2021-22 season unlike Logan Mailloux’s season, for example. Hockey, he will have played in 2021-22.

The young hockey player – who celebrated his 19th birthday last January and is the son of Dale McTavish, not Craig – has played for six teams. general.

He first played three games with the Ducks between October 13 and 18, before being transferred to the San Diego Sea Gulls (by Joël Bouchard at the time) to play there. Maintenance / Resume the shape. He played three matches there between October 29 and November 5 (one goal and one assist) before being called up by the big club.

McTavish then played six more games with the Ducks before being traded to Peterborough Petes of the OHL. He could not spend the season in the MLS due to his age and affiliation with the Ontario Junior Hockey League and if he had played another game in Anaheim, the first year of his contract. the account.

McTavish scored a goal and an assist in his first game in showbut only one goal in its subsequent eight meetings.

He played four matches with Bates (five goals), before representing Canada in the World Championship Carpentry Disputed in Alberta. These were quickly canceled before the medal round, however, and McTavish returned to Peterborough. He had earned five points in two matches before the competition was postponed.

He played only one game (2 points), after which he was traded to the Hamilton Bulldogs (for A mega package).

McTavish played three matches with his new team (three goals and four assists), and then was called up to represent Canada at the Beijing Olympics. He was eliminated in the quarter-finals, and collected one assist in five matches.

McTavish then returned to finish the regular season in Hamilton, before winning the OHL Championship in the playoffs and thus buying a ticket to the Memorial Cup. Various dressing rooms, many of which will have been visited this season.

Yes, his team lost their first game last night, but I’m pretty sure the McTavish and Bulldogs will be able to bounce back by the end of the preliminary round.

The big question (which also needs to be asked to Kaiden Guhle): Will the young hockey player represent Canada again when the U20 tournament resumes in August? Sweden made some changes to the squad that brought him to Alberta last winter. Jonathan Lekkerimäki and Mattias Hävelid were also added to the Swedish selection. Would Canada do the same? If so, who will be added and who will be removed?

McTavish, like Guhle, will have played a lot of 2021-22 hockey after months of development turned upside down by COVID-19. Not everyone was so lucky.

Note that McTavish and Guhle will meet Friday night for the Memorial Cup.

Many of

Is the pressure more on the lightning or the avalanche now?

We must continue to be patient with Kayden Primo.

– Ian Lapierre praises the candidacy of John Tortorella.

– What a story!

For those who are still interested in the American League despite eliminating the missile.

– lets see!



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