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Lindbergh Excited For Victory ProAm Tournament

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TORONTO - Following the end of Toronto’s season after losing to the defending Continental Cup champion Vancouver Wolves in the Semi-Finals, the Legion have maintained an upbeat spirit. The team remains focused on improving themselves, and the arrival of Season 81 first round pick Cadmael Ixazaluoh to the team facilities to prepare for his debut in Season 82 have generated considerable buzz around Toronto’s camp. But for goaltender Oskar Lindbergh, the end of the VHL season has not marked the end of his playing time, and this season is no different. Although the World Cup is not being held for another season, he’s found a new way to keep himself sharp: the Victory Pro-Am Tournament.

 

“We had a great season,” remarked Lindbergh following a voluntary team workout in Toronto. “However, the way it ended left a real bad taste in my mouth. I felt that we played too well and accomplished too much to be brushed aside like we were, and before the calendar flips over to Season 82, I want to get out there and show that I’m better than that.”

 

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The Victory Pro-Am, set to draft following the VHL Conference Finals, is run independently of the VHL itself, but features players from the junior level all the way up to the VHL itself. Lindbergh is heading to Sault St. Marie to join up with Toronto teammate Jakub Brozik, along with VHL players Alex Johnston and Alexandre Leduc, among others. Legion teammates Armani Calamari and Boris Tzesar will be playing in the tournament with Abbotsford.

 

“It will be weird to play against them,” Lindbergh said, “But I think we’re going to really enjoy ourselves there and stay focused for the upcoming season with this extra opportunity.”

 

Jethro Novacek is an award-winning writer for the MSFL Times, the preferred source of simulation sports news for Jim Gardner. He enjoys fighting crime with kitchen appliances, wrestling with bears (both kinds), and writing absurdly long articles about inanimate objects.

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23 minutes ago, Doomsday said:

Sault St. Marie to join up with Toronto teammate Jakub Brozik, along with VHL players Alex Johnston and Alexandre Leduc, among others.

lets go Overboard Seamen. are you reading the future because I didn't draft my player yet 👀

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