HAMILTON, N.Y. - Colgate men's ice hockey captain Bobby McMann has signed a two-year AHL contract with the Toronto Marlies, announced Thursday.
He becomes the first professional free-agent signing for the Raiders' program since Ryan Johnston in 2015, who signed with the NHL's Montreal Canadiens.
In 34 games this year, McMann had 20 points in 34 games. He tied for the team lead in points and goals (10). He's lead the team in points for the past three seasons.
He was a nominee for this season's Hobey Baker Award, given annually to the top collegiate hockey player nationally.
In 145 games played for the Raiders over four years, McMann tallied 92 points.
He was also just named this year's Terry Slater Award winner along with Jacob Panetta. The award is given annually to the senior who has had the greatest impact on Colgate hockey both on and off the ice throughout his career.
Hear from McMann about the signing by clicking on the video above