Maple Leafs Prospect Report: Growlers giving Hollowell more freedom, Agostino dominant in AHL and more – The Athletic

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Newfoundland Growlers head coach John Snowden has been more than impressed with rookie defenceman Mac Hollowell. The progression the 21-year-old has shown in his first full season has earned him both ice time and freedom to utilize all elements of his game.

After spending the majority of last season with the OHLs Soo Greyhounds before a playoff call-up to the Toronto Marlies, Hollowell is part of the Leafs plan to strengthen their MLB-style development system.

Hollowell, a fourth-round pick in the 2018 NHL draft, has played four games for the Marlies this season but has flourished with the ECHLs Growlers. The 5-foot-10, 170-pound defender...

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