Royals’ Scrivens Recalled By Toronto

Reading, PA – The Reading Royals of the ECHL, affiliate of the Toronto Maple Leafs and Boston Bruins of the National Hockey League and the Toronto Marlies of the American Hockey League, today announced that goaltender Ben Scrivens has been recalled from the Royals by the Maple Leafs and assigned to the Marlies. In a separate transaction, the Royals have signed Brent Troyan as the team’s Emergency Back-Up Goaltender.

 
 

This is Scrivens’ third recall from Reading to Toronto. In nine games for the Royals, Scrivens has compiled a 6-3-0-0 record, and he is currently riding a five game winning streak for Reading. Scrivens’ 2.25 goals against average is third best in the ECHL, and his .936 save percentage is second in the league. Scrivens has played twice for the Marlies this season winning both of those contests (1.94 gaa, 0.942 save%). For Troyan, this is his second stint this year with the Royals. He served as the team’s back-up goaltender from November 17 through November 27.

 
 

Team Press Release