Joseph Woll, selected in the 3rd round 62nd overall in 2016 has had the best season of his 3 year tenure with Boston College of the H-east league thus far this year.
In 24 games the 6’4 202LB netminder has a record of 9-12-3 on a mediocre Boston club however his personal stats are what is impressive. Woll has posted the best SV% and GAA of his career with a .921 and 2.29.
He remains committed to Boston College for next year and likely won’t be joining the Toronto Marlies for at least 2 more seasons with an optional year at Boston College still on the table after next season.
Ian Scott, selected in the 4th round 110th overall by the Maple Leafs in 2017 is having a historic season in the WHL with the Prince Albert Raiders.
In 39 games he has posted a 31-6-2 record (yes you read that correctly) and currently has a .932SV% and 1.91GAA. The Calgary Alberta native also was honoured with making Team Canada at the WJHC and played a back-up role to CHL vet Michael Dipietro.
To top all of that Scott has also scored a goal for the Raiders this season hitting an empty net.
Ian Scott could be a Toronto Marlie as early as next season. He is familiar with the organization after playing in 1 game at the end of last season for the Marlies and remained with the club during their Calder Cup Championship run.
It has been a long time since we had goalie prospects in Toronto and as always with netminders patience is key.