“I am happy to be a part of this organization in any way they need me. If they need me sharpening skates, if they need me taking sticks — this place is so special, and I don’t truly believe that everyone gets to experience that. This place is absolutely wonderful.”
Josh Ho-Sang is willing to do anything to stay within the Toronto Maple Leafs organization. The 25-year-old spent a season in Sweden after being sent on loan by the New York Islanders. He only played five games with Orebro before being cut due to what the team said was being “far behind in training compared to the rest of the group.”
After that, Ho-Sang joined Linkopings, another hockey club in Sweden. There, the 26-year-old scored two goals in four games, but what was more important was the mindset he brought home.
“The GM and the Head Coach there now — they did wonders for me as a person,” Ho-Sang told the media on Thursday. “The Head Coach in Sweden absolutely changed my life, changed my outlook on hockey, and sometimes you need to get to a new environment to really appreciate some of the things that have been said to you …
Author: Nick Barden / The Leafs Nation