Marlies and Me: Josh Ho-Sang’s debut, Nick Robertson’s injury

It was a great start but an unfortunate ending to the Marlies’ first two games.
The Toronto Marlies returned to Coca-Cola Coliseum on Saturday and Sunday, but this time, with fans. Welcomed back with a roar was captain Rich Clune as he stepped onto the ice. The second-loudest ovation, though, was given to Josh Ho-Sang, who came out right before Clune.
Entering Saturday’s game, Ho-Sang had played 178 AHL games. He was ready for his 179th, but I don’t know if he could’ve predicted this performance. The 25-year-old had two goals, playing alongside Nick Robertson and Kirill Semyonov.

Josh Ho-Sang scores his first on the #Marlies.
Toronto up 2-0. pic.twitter.com/r4o7emKYj3
— Nick Barden (@nickbarden) October 16, 2021

The building erupted after this goal. It was nice to see the 25-year-old get the Marlies’ first goal of the season. Look at how happy he was.

Josh Ho-Sang with his second goal of the game.
You love to see it. pic.twitter.com/Wg5ZFFok3G
— Nick Barden (@nickbarden) October 16, 2021

It seems as though Ho-Sang is feeling comfortable in where he is, which is at home.
“Great start for him. His work ethic today was great.” Said Marlies …

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Author: Nick Barden / The Leafs Nation

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