F 6'4" 220
Born: June 18, 1995
Birthplace: Uxbridge, Ontario
Shoots: Left
Drafted: Undrafted

Career Statistics

        Regular Season   Playoffs
Season Team League   GP G A PTS PIM   GP G A PTS PIM
2014-15 Erie OHL   54 8 18 26 29   10 0 1 1 4
2015-16 Hamilton OHL   34 10 23 33 30   - - - - -
  Mississauga OHL   27 10 8 18 22   7 2 3 5 0
  Toronto AHL   3 0 0 0 0   - - - - -
2016-17 Toronto AHL   9 1 0 1 6   - - - - -
  Orlando ECHL   35 14 6 20 27   7 1 4 5 11
2017-18 Toronto AHL   44 11 15 26 36   20 6 3 9 18
2018-19 Toronto AHL   44 13 12 25 60   13 4 3 7 22
2019-20 Toronto NHL   4 0 1 1 0   - - - - -
  Toronto AHL   24 13 5 18 28   - - - - -
  Springfield AHL   6 0 2 2 8   - - - - -
   
AHL TOTALS   130 38 34 72 138   33 10 6 16 40
NHL TOTALS   4 0 1 1 0   - - - - -
PRO TOTALS   169 52 41 93 165   40 11 10 21 51

BIOGRAPHY

Signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Florida Panthers on 11/2/20 ... Son of former NHL defenseman Bryan Marchment ... Calder Cup champion with the Toronto Marlies in 2018.

2019-20

Completed his fourth professional season ... Tied his AHL career high with 13 goals despite playing just 30 games ... After suffering an injury during training camp, made his season debut with the Marlies on 12/4 ... Recalled to Toronto for the first time and made his NHL debut at WPG (1/2) ... Recorded his first NHL point with an assist vs. EDM (1/6) ... Returned to the Marlies and scored his first AHL hat trick, including a shorthanded goal, at CHA (1/18) ... Scored his second hat trick of the season at BEL (2/7) ... Traded to the Florida Panthers in exchange for Denis Malgin on 2/19 and assigned to AHL Springfield ... Recorded two assists in his Springfield debut at PRO (2/22) ... Posted 11 points (8g, 3a) over the course of a six-game point streak from 2/7-2/22. The streak included four multi-point games and a goal streak lasting five games.

2018-19

Set career highs with 13 goals and 60 penalty minutes in his third professional season with the Marlies ... Ranked second on the team in penalty minutes ... Tied for second in the AHL with three overtime goals ... Scored two power-play goals to go along with six penalty minutes at BEL (11/9) ... Had consecutive two-goal games, including the overtime winner in each contest, vs. BNG on 11/18 (2g) and at CLE on 11/23 (2g, 1a) ... Scored the first shorthanded goal of his career vs. BNG (12/19) ... Scored his third overtime goal of the season at CHA (1/19) ... Scored in the shootout win at BEL (1/26) ... Scored twice in the second-round, series-clinching win at CLE (5/8) ... Scored the game-winning goal in the third period to defeat CHA 2-1 in the first game of the Eastern Conference Finals (5/17) ... Scored points in five consecutive playoff games from 5/5-5/21 (4g, 2a).

2017-18

Set AHL career highs with 15 assists and 26 points while spending the entire season with the Marlies ... Scored nine points (6g, 3a) in 20 games to help the Marlies capture a Calder Cup championship ... Scored his first goal of the season, the third-period game winner at SPR (10/15) ... Recorded his first multi-goal/multi-point game with two goals, including his second game winner in a row, vs. CHA (10/21) ... Posted three consecutive multi-point games from 11/1-11-5, including a career-best, three-point outing (1g, 2a) at HER on 11/4 ... Named AHL Player of the Week on 11/5 ... Scored twice, including the first power-play goal of his career, at BEL (2/9) ... Signed his first NHL contract with Toronto on 3/17/18 ... Recorded the first two playoff points of his career with a goal and an assist in Game 1 of the second-round series vs. SYR (5/3) ... Scored two goals, including the eventual game-winner as the Marlies captured the Calder Cup with a 6-1 win in Game 7 vs. TEX (6/14).

2016-17

Spent the majority of his first full professional season with Orlando of the ECHL ... Recorded his first AHL point with a goal in his final AHL game of the season at HER (2/25).

2015-16

Signed an AHL contract with Toronto following the conclusion of his junior season ... Made his AHL/professional debut at SYR (4/9).

JUNIOR

Totaled 77 points (28g, 48a) and 81 penalty minutes in 115 career OHL games with Erie, Hamilton and Mississauga ... Did not play major junior hockey until the age of 19.