Greg Scott


Victoria British Columbia

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Free agent signing, 2008


190 lbs.

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2006-07: In his second season with the Seattle Thunderbirds (WHL), Greg Scott played in all 72 regular season games. He had 32 points (18g+14a) with a plus/minus rating of +7. He had a three-game goal streak in November. He played in all 11 playoff games, recording two assists.

2007-08: This season was Scott’s third with the Seattle Thunderbirds (WHL). He appeared in all 72 games with the club and placed second on the team in goals (38), while adding an additional 37 assists for 75 points. He recorded two hat tricks during the regular season and added a season-high five points in a Dec. 15 win against the Swift Current Broncos. He had the highest plus/minus rating on the team with a +40. He played in all 12 playoff games with the Thunderbirds, scoring five goals and four assists in the postseason.

2009-10: For his first pro season, Scott struggled to find a niche, playing mostly in the Marlies’ bottom 6 and spent some time with Reading, where he scored a goal and an assist. In 70 games with Toronto, Scott would manage 10 goals and 22 assists.

2010-11: Scott skated in 55 games for the AHL Marlies; missing nearly two months in the first half of the season due to a leg injury. He was a valuable two-way forward for the club; scoring 10 goals with 21 assists with a +11 plus/minus and 30 PMs. Toronto showed improvement, winning 37 games, but finished fifth in its division an missed the AHL playoffs. Scott was re-signed by the Maple Leafs to a two-year contract in July 2011.

2011-12: Scott was among the most valuable forwards for the Maple Leafs' AHL affiliate Toronto Marlies in his third pro season. He played in all situations and was second on the club with 21 goals in 75 regular season games and was plus-11 with 23 assists and 30 penalty minutes. Toronto finished first in the North Division and reached the AHL finals. Scott scored 3 goals with 2 assists and was an even plus/minus with 21 penalty minutes in 17 playoff games.


Talent Analysis

Scott is a character forward who has good speed and hockey sense. He’s developed into a dependable AHL forward for the Toronto Marlies over the last two seasons. He has emerging offensive skills that may earn him a shot at a depth role in the NHL in a few years time.



Scott is playing for the Toronto Marlies of the AHL for the 2012-13 season.

Projection: Character depth forward.



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