Marcus Power doesn’t miss a beat. He’s excited for the playoffs and it shows. “It’s exciting this time of year and it’s really fun to be a part of it. And we’re just hoping we can bring the (Kelly) Cup home again this year.”
Power has been playing
Orrin Centazzo has ‘it,’ whatever that ‘it’ is. The player from Marwayne, Alberta has been a hit with young hockey fans since day one and can often be found interacting – like handing over a puck or playing rock, paper, scissors – with kids at the plexiglass divider
Todd Skirving: #15
Todd Skirving may have been born in Thunder Bay, Ontario, but after three seasons (one not played because of COVID) with the Growlers, he’s embraced Newfoundland as his home. “This is kind of a second home to me. My heart’s here, so I like to think I’m
Through adversity and tragedy, the Newfoundland Growlers roar into the Kelly Cup playoffs with fire, determination, and above all, grit.
Grit. What separates the haves from the have nots in the world of sports. Sandpaper readies for the rigours of playoff hockey far more than feather pillows, and the Newfoundland
Cheering on the home team!
MVP – Zach O’Brien
Top Forward – Zach O’Brien
Top Scorer – Zach O’Brien
Top Goaltender – Keith Petruzzelli
Top Defenceman – Ben Finkelstein
Top Rookie – Orrin Centazzo
Community Player of the Year – Todd Skirving
Fans Choice Award – Todd Skirving
Affectionately called ‘Obie,” the Growlers winger is this year’s MVP and the team’s top scorer (78 points with three regular season games remaining as of press time). The affable St. John’s raised hometown hockey hero opened by offering that this has been “one unique season.”
“We’ve been through a
James Melindy is a mountain of a man and stands an imposing figure on a pair of skates. The Goulds native, however, is all charm as he talks about the support he and the team have received from local fans.
“It’s obviously super special to come home and