Who is Noah Gregor? Maple Leafs: Inside line on fourth-line gig

It seems that an NHL contract for Noah Gregor is on the way because the Toronto Maple Leafs were looking serious about him in Game 2 of the preseason. Noah Gregor is a player on a PTO. He is currently on a professional tryout contract. However, his performance seemingly impressed the Maple Leafs in the camp. Therefore, it is expected that he will get an NHL contract and enter the Leafs’ fourth line. Since this story evolved and people heard that Noah Gregor is likely to enter the fourth line of the Maple Leafs this season, they have been curious to know more about him. We have shared some noteworthy facts about him in the following sections. Take a look below.

Noah Gregor

Who is Noah Gregor?

Noah Gregor is a speedy energetic fourth-line player. He recently impressed Monday alongside Ryan Reaves and David Kampf. Gregor reportedly set up a power-play goal and jumped the boards with David Kampf on PK1. Undoubtedly, his speed is his best attribute even in limited ice, it helps him in spring pucks and might bury 8-10 goals. Because Neoh’s a winger he has the inside line on the fourth-line gig which is the only spot open with David Kampf skating down to the fourth line because William Nylander was sliding at center. That inside line doesn’t make him fantasy-worthy nonetheless, Gregor is a good story. In addition, jersey number 18 is also a big clue that Noah Gregor would be transferred from PTO to the Maple Leafs.

Noah Gregor Family Roots

Noah Gregor was born into a family that carries a legacy in the hockey world because his father was also a hockey player who played four seasons in the Western Hockey League. Notably, Noah Gregor’s brother Liam also played hockey with Spruce Grove Saints and Beaumont Chiefs. He is currently 25 years old as he was born on July 28, 1998, in Beaumont, Alberta, Canada, where he also grew up playing in the Beaumont Minor Hockey Association and Albert Midget Hockey League.

In the 2013-14 season, he played with Leduc Oil Kings Bantam and became the leading scorer of AMHL by scoring 21 goals and 30 points in 35 games. Later he was picked by Victoria Royals as the 5th overall in the 2013 WHL Bantam Draft where his father also played. In exchange for Travis Brown, Noah Gregor was transferred to the Moose Jaw Warriors. In the 2015-16 season, he returned to the Warriors. Stay tuned.

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