Toronto Huskies Press Releases

  • Kadeem Parandian honored +

    Kadeem Parandian was honored at last night game for his 10th season as a Toronto Huskies. Kadeem was drafted in the first year and has been a main stay with the Huskies. “Kadeem Parandian is our glue guy and his veteran percent has been just what this team needed to get to the next level “says general manager Tessier. This is a very important year for the Huskies one might say a break it or make it year as they will not be able to keep the team together after this year. “ We made some good draft pick to build this team 2015 shooting guard Oscar Riggs 24th pick , 2016 point guard Jonathan Weaver , 2017 power forward Charles Flowers 2nd Read More
  • At the Break +

    Toronto Huskies are tied with the Boston Buzzards with a record of 30-17 good for top spot in the National east division. Mathew Cole and Charles Flowers both are having fantastic season so far, both are carrying this team for the most part. The starting five of Mathew Cole , Charles Flowers , Kadeem Parandian , Jonathan Weaver and Jeremy Kaltensch are given the fans of Toronto plenty to cheer about with Motya Kamensky and Oscar Riggs giving quality minutes off the bench. Toronto got some bad news last game Kadeem Parandian will be out 31 days with a dislocated shoulder. “You can't replace a guy like Kadeem, he is our rock on defense and his ability to block will be missed “says Read More
  • ROY +

    For the first time in the history of the Toronto Huskies a player has won the rookie of the year. Power Forward Charles Flowers was taken by the Huskies with this year second overall pick in the draft after the London Knights took point guard Val Crumley with the number one pick. Val Crumley in his own right had a solid year and will definitely become a star player in the OBWL in the near future but Charles proved he was a star player now and will became a super star sooner rather than later. Averaging 27.0 points, 10 rebounds, 2.3 blocks per game and helping his team to the play offs. Mathew Cole and Charles Flowers will be hard Read More
  • Up and down season for the Huskies +

    The Toronto Huskies have had their ups and down so far this season starting the year off with a 4 wins and 17 losses. Rookie Charles Flowers has been a force to be recon with as he was named rookie of the month for November and December averaging 3 0.7 ppg , 8.5 rpg , 2.8 apg , 0.6 spg and 2.4 bpg for November and follow that up averaging 29.1 ppg , 10.7 rpg , 2.8 apg , 0.4 spg and 2.0 bpg for December. The majority of these loses came without veteran small forward Jeremy Kaltensch who injured in preseason and misses the first 13 games. Then the Huskies went on a tear going 17 and 2 the next 19 games. Before cooling off Read More
  • Huskies off to an 11-7 start +

    Last year was a disaster for the Huskies going 17-63 but this year they have gotten off to an 11-7 start with the help of their all-star shooting guard Mathew Cole. Mathew is averaging 32 points per game witch happens to be the best in the OBWL at the moment. “ When we made the deal for Mathew we hoped he could bring up the level of play for the rest of the team but that did not happen until this year with the addition of free agent small forward Jeremy Kaltensch and first round pick Jonathan Weaver “ says Tessier. Braydon Adcock has been given the chance to play as the number one power forward this year with Kadeem Parandian moving Read More
  • Jonathan Weaver +

    Toronto picked PG Jonathan Weaver 6-2 - 184lbs – Senior California - Nelson High School - Stockton, CA with the sixth overall pick in this year’s draft and picked Larry Dolan , 7-2 - 320lbs – Senior Louisiana Tech - Wilburton High School - Wilburton, OK in the second round thirty second overall. Rumors out of Toronto was they were going to draft a power forward and the names of Lenard Harris , Gene White or Andrew Sutton were coming up on a regular basis. With Toronto getting out rebounded most nights last year that would have been the logical pick to make. “ I know a lot of fans are disappointed with me but I don’t think Jonathan Weaver with disappoint anyone and we will try to get the much Read More
  • Huskies deal Goloboy +

       What has turned out to be a very disappointing start to the season for the Huskies general manager Tessier has shock the city of Toronto by announcing he has traded star small forward Logan Goloboy to Anaheim. Coming over in the deal is shooting guard Mathew Cole; power forward Brian Davidson and the Archers 2017 first round pick. “There will be a lot of disappointed fans in Toronto but I think Mathew will help them get over it averaging 27 ppg and is a very exciting player to watch” says general manager Tessier. Brian Davidson is very good defensively and will start at small forward. To make room for the deal Toronto released power forward Chris Cole.   Read More
  • Huskies sign Braydon Adcock for 5 years, 37.50 million +

      Toronto resigned Braydon Adcock for 5 years, 37.50 million contract and add three new faces to the team via the draft. With 24th pick Toronto took shooting guard Oscar Riggs of Texas Tech. His ability to score , get to the line and pass the ball will help take the pressure off veteran Jordan Brown and allow the Huskies to give Gerald Godbey more playing time.  With the 35th pick the Huskies took centre Nathanael Nemeth from Virginia and with the 52nd small forward Charles Pink from Notre Dame.  Toronto decided to let some talented player walk this year and decided to give the youngsters more playing time.    Read More
  • Huskies make two deals +

    Toronto Huskies announced they have made two trades one with Kansas City and the other was with London. In the first trade the Huskies acquired point guard Gerald Godbey from Kansas City for Toronto Huskies 2014 Round 1 and point guard Vito Butler. It was only a matter of time before the Huskies made a deal for a point guard as Jordan Brown was lost for most of the season. The loss of Jordan Brown to injury was tough on the team but now with Gerald Godby the Huskies hope he can ease the pain a bit “ We feel Gerald Godbey will be a solid player and in the near future will take over the number one job from Jordan Read More
  • Braydon Adcock signs 1 year deal +

    Toronto Huskies announced today they have resigned Braydon Adcock to a one tear deal for 4.45. Looks like Toronto will be going with pretty much the same lineup as last year with the addition of Warren Hamilton , Hector Hartsock and Chris Cole all who were drafted by the Huskies this year. General manager Tessier has decided to build the team around Logan Goloboy and looks to be interested in keeping Braydon Adcock as another corner stone to build the Huskies around. " Yes Braydon Adcock was a key player for us to sign this year " say Tessier. Jordan Brown is another key player but it seems they will have to decide if they want to keep him or deal him and Read More
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