The Martin Marincin era isn’t over yet folks!
The Toronto Maple Leafs announced that they have re-signed the 27 year old defenseman to a one year, $700k contract extension today, along with the official announcement of re-signing Michael Hutchinson.
Hutchinson and Marincin have signed one-year contracts worth $700,000. #LeafsForever https://t.co/VF7uBJrx8R
— Leafs PR (@LeafsPR) June 29, 2019
The left shot blueliner will now enter his fifth season in the Toronto Maple Leaf organization, after being acquired from the Edmonton Oilers in 2015 for Brad Ross and a fourth round pick.
In his four years with the Leafs, he’s suited up for 116 games with three goals and 19 points during that span.
However, he’s not known for his scoring, and is better recognized for his underlying numbers. In the three seasons where he actually played a decent amount (so not including 2017-18), he posted 5v5 CF% of 52.68, 50.3, and 52.71, while also seeing improvement in his xGF%, with a 49.52, 51.9, and 53.82.
He’s also highly credited for his ability to deny zone entries, although this season saw a drastic drop in that category. However, I’d attribute that more to his inconsistent playing time more than his skill.
All in all, this is …
Author: Scott Maxwell / The Leafs Nation