Josh Ho-Sang was misunderstood. Now, he’s happy and playing the game he loves

Josh Ho-Sang has been misunderstood by many people for a long time.
Drafted 28th overall by the New York Islanders in the 2014 NHL Draft, there was a lot of potential for him. Ho-Sang played a total of 53 games in the NHL. For someone drafted that high, it’s abnormal.
But he’s not like every hockey player. He’s different.
Ho-Sang has played many games in the American Hockey League, most with the Bridgeport Sound Tigers, the Islanders’ farm team. In February of 2020, New York loaned Ho-Sang to the San Antonio Rampage, where he only played six games.
Then the pandemic happened.
In February of 2021, New York sent him on loan to Sweden. Ho-Sang played five games with Orebro HK before going their separate ways due to Ho-Sang being what the team said was “far behind in training compared to the rest of the group.” He joined Orebro more than halfway through their season while amid a global pandemic.
“Sweden was awesome. Sweden was just a strange situation because they were like, 45 games into their season, and I was playing catch up. I hadn’t really skated because rinks were shutdown here [in Toronto].” Ho-Sang said on Monday.
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Author: Nick Barden / The Leafs Nation

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