Darroll Powe

#46C,
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 212
Born:
Birth Place: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Draft: Undrafted
Shoots: L
  • Flyers-Islanders preseason thoughts: NHL defense highlights Allentown roster
    CSN Philly

    Flyers-Islanders preseason thoughts: NHL defense highlights Allentown roster

    VOORHEES, N.J. — Dave Hakstol brought up the idea on Monday and Claude Giroux appeared to embrace it. The Flyers' captain switched to left wing during Tuesday’s practice on a line with Jakub Voracek at right wing and Sean Couturier in the middle. “That’s funny because I was pretty much a winger all my life,” Giroux said. “I started playing center when I became a professional. It’s hard to complain when you’re playing with Jake and Coots.” “I liked it,” Voracek said. “He (Giroux) is a very powerful guy, so he always skates into the space on the ice when there’s an opening. I think as a line we’ve been working pretty good. We understand each other. It’s one of the looks Hak might try in the preseason.

  • Forbes

    Full 12 Franchises Announced For Initial Overwatch League Season

    In less than a year, the first franchise model esports league has been able to accomplish the daunting feat of securing twelve franchise owners, mixed between those endemic to the industry as well as more traditional sports team owners. The Overwatch League, based on competition surrounding Blizzard Entertainment’s (a division of Activision Blizzard) Overwatch game, accomplished its goal with speed despite having a franchise fee of $20 million. Owners wanted in and there may be a waiting list for team rights in future years. Today, the Overwatch League announces its final three teams that make up the initial season of twelve. Those teams will be based in Philadelphia, Dallas and Houston and are

  • Islanders News: It’s game day, squared
    Lighthouse Hockey

    Islanders News: It’s game day, squared

    As the NHL preseason advances, tonight the New York Islanders play the Philadelphia Flyers in Brooklyn, while the New York Islanders visit the Philadelphia Flyers in Lehigh Valley. Yep, it’s that split-squad time of year. Islanders Reading When we last saw John Tavares last season, he was writhing after a season-ending injury on the Barclays Center ice. He’s trying not to worry about it. [Newsday] Tavares does. Not. Stop. And he sets the pace. [Isles] Joshua Ho-Sang and Anthony Beauvillier discuss hopes for the coming season. [MSG] But what does ESPN hockey prospect addict Corey Pronman say about top young Isles like Mathew Barzal, Ho-Sang and Michael Dal Colle? [SNY] Storylines for the 2017-18