Primarily recognized for his contribution to the offensive, the attacker of the Toronto Maple Leafs Mitch Marner has admitted that it is the Selke trophy he wanted the most to win from among all the individual awards of the national hockey League (NHL).
Having finished in the 11th position of the pointers of the circuit in 2018-2019 with 94 points and showed a differential of +22, the Ontario 22-year-old has got a couple of votes for the trophy awarded to the best attacking and defensive. He finished 14th overall in the vote count.
Hoping to have made better impression this year.
“I don’t think the race to the [trophy-art Ross], even though it would be amazing to win it, began by saying Marner, Saturday, at the network Sportsnet. The race for which I have always set goals for the Selke. I’ve always wanted to have my name circulated for this award.”
“Several special players who can do great things at both ends of the rink [have their name engraved on the trophy. It would be nice to have his name in this discussion.”
Marner has, however, recalled that the individual awards are always the result of a collective work.
“Regardless of the trophy you earn, it has a lot to do with the guys that you play every night and with several players that you have played since the first day.”
Marner is also income on the collection of donations to his organization’s assistance Fund Marner. He indicated that he had raised $ 18,000 to up here to help essential workers.
“We’re just trying to ensure that these workers have what they need, he explained. If this were a meal, we provide, and if it is something else, we’re trying to get. It takes a lot of courage to be in front currently, and it is hard to give them what he gives us.”