Skip to comments.Josh Ho-Sang And The NHL Draft
Posted on 06/16/2014 12:45:24 AM PDT by idov
A Jewish player that may go in the first round of the NHL draft this month is Josh Ho-Sang. His father is a black Jamaican who got his name from a Chinese grandfather, his mother is a Spanish-speaking Chilean of Russian and Swedish parents. They live in Toronto. She is Jewish and brought up Josh as such. He played for the Windsor Spitfires in the Ontario junior league and scored 32 goals. He is an absolute wizard with the puck but there are three knocks against him.
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Reminds me of a Gab Kaplan joke.
He goes up to his father, “Ling Chow, am I adopted”
(you had to be there)
Does he have a glass eye? Does he sing? I am thinking the Sammy Davis Junior on skates here...
Spitfires ping. I saw this guy play for the Spits. He is good.
The Ducks could use him. A “project player” though
Too small, questionable dedication, lack of discipline? I suggest that the only way this gentleman will see the inside of an NHL arena is if he buys a ticket.
A little small but that can be fixed as he grows up.
Brian Gibbons from the Penguins shows it can work.
One scout reported that he was one of the most selfish players he’s seen. If that’s true, that coupled with his (lack of) size, makes your prediction very likely.
Well if he doesn’t make it in the NHL, maybe he can start a Jamaican hockey team.