Stuart Percy Sharp In NHL Debut! Dreams do come true!

Stuart Percy Finished the night with 20:21 seconds of Ice time, 1 assist, Even +/-, 1 shot, 1 hit, 2 mins of Power play time, just under 2 minutes on the PK. Not bad for a kid making his debut at home!

 

Former Mississauga Steelheads Captain, defense men and Oakville Ontario native  Stuart Percy will be making his National Hockey League debut tonight. It has been Percy’s dream to one day play for the Toronto Maple Leafs and tonight his dream will come true.

Percy, Spent 4 seasons with the Steelheads in the Ontario Hockey League playing in 218 games, Scoring 25 goals and 121 points. In 2010-2011 Percy played on the Steelheads team that just came up short of a Memorial cup title.

Stuart Percy played 2013-2014 with the Toronto Marlies in his first professional season although, he did play 5 regular season and 3 playoff games over 2 years for the Marlies. Percy, came up 5 games short of a complete season in the American Hockey League where he posted 4 goals 21 assists and was a +4  in 71 games.

Its tough to say what this season will hold for Stuart Percy, But for now he is living his life long dream and the Ontario Hockey League, City of Mississauga and the Steelheads, and the city of Oakville could not be more proud of the kid!

Stuart Percy Finished the night with 20:21 seconds of Ice time, 1 assist, Even +/-, 1 shot, 1 hit, 2 mins of Powerplay time, just under 2 minutes on the PK. Not bad for a kid making his debut at home!

Notes:

-Will likely be playing in a 3rd pairing role with rugged blue liner Roman Polak

-Will Have jersey Number 50

 

 

This Article Was Written By Sebastian Jackson

 

 

Sebastian Jackson

Sebastian Jackson:

Born: Near Windsor Ontario

Studied at Centennial College In Toronto Ontario. I am a hockey blogger for the Mississauga Steelheads of the Ontario Hockey League. Currently reside in the Greater Toronto area. Favorite NHL team is the Toronto Maple Leafs. I have been doing freelance writing for 2 years now and its nice to finally have a home at local sports report.

I am very active in the community as I am  a proud advocate of Cystic Fibrosis Canada and The Canadian Cancer Society!