There has always been a belief that Martin Marincin would be a Leafs two years after the league folded, but that has been called into question today.
According to a report from iSport, #Leafs free agent Martin Marincin is set to sign with HC Ocelari Trinec in the Czech league.
Marincin has spent the past six years with Toronto, playing 142 games with the Leafs and 79 games with the #Marlies.https://t.co/fcdkmb7s8I
— Kyle Cushman (@Kyle_Cush) June 10, 2021
From the article (translated from Czech)
Another native of Košice is to come to Třinec – the experienced Martin Marinčin.
Twenty-nine-year-old Marinčin, chosen by Edmonton as the No. 46 draft pick in 2010, has been overseas for the past eleven years. He played a total of 227 games (5 + 29) in the NHL for the Oilers and Toronto, and another nine in the Stanley Cup. Last season he did not win a place in the Maple Leafs, he played 14 matches (1 + 4) for the Marlies on the farm in the AHL. With the same club in 2018 he celebrated a victory in the Calder Cup.
Marinčin has a similar figure (192 cm / 95 kg) and game style as Gernát. He can also significantly support the offensive. …
Author: Jon Steitzer / The Leafs Nation