Good Luck Patty!
Good Luck Pat Cannone!
Pat Cannone has played NARCh since he was a little boy. He’s always been a standout goal scorer in every division. In 2011 and 2013 he would play a big part in the Labeda Snipers winning the NARCh Pro Division.
Pat has been has had a very solid career in the AHL, even being named the AHL All Star Game MVP last year with a hat trick in the effort.
Tonight is a big one for Pat, as he finally got the call up and makes his NHL Debut with the Minnesota Wild at age 30. We wish him the best and will be watching and rooting!!
Pat knows at least one guy on the locker room, as Jason Zucker also grew up playing for the Tour Rebels through the years at NARCh. Jason is having a solid year, tallying 17 points so far with a very impressing +17 rating.
ALSO WORTH NOTING:
Long time NARCh Player Pat Maroon had an awesome homecoming last night. Born and raised in St. Louis he grew up playing for the St. Louis Blast. It was a special night, as Pat scored to tie the game at 2-2 last night on a great tip out of the air in front of the net. They panned to his son and family celebrating. Gave me goose bumps watching. The Oilers went on to win the game in overtime, 3-2. Check out this interview!
Ontario native Corey Conacher got called back up for the Tampa Bay Lightning and has a few points in as many games.
Bobby Ryan got off to a cold start to the season for the Senators but has 3 goals in his last 3 games!
Hottest of all of the NARCh Alumni is Sam Gagner, who grew up playing with the Oakville Coyotes. Sam has 13 goals and 23 points for the surging Columbus Blue Jackets.