Calgary Flames‘ undrafted rookie left wing, the German-born David Wolf(45) already had 7 years of pro experience playing for teams in his home country, including 5 in the top league DEL, before signing his one-year deal.
He was reassigned to Adirondack Flames to start his first season in North America.
In 35 AHL games he’s posted 12 goals and 9 assists with a +8 rating and 4 fighting majors. He’s tied for the team lead in scoring, 3rd overall in points and second for time in the sin bin.
The big 6’3″ 215 lbs. power forward never shies away from the rough stuff and was the most penalized player in 2011/2012.
His all around solid style and ability to connect with the score sheet earned him a recall from the parent club.
In his NHL debut he skated 16 even strength shifts for 7:27 of total ice time, was 50% on the face off dot, had 1 shot on net, 2 hits and one takeaway in a 4-2 come from behind victory.
The 25-year is getting a bit of a late start but may be at the right point of game maturation to stick.