Mark Bell is a Canadian left winger on the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Bell was drafted in 1998 by the Chicago Blackhawks in 1998, after playing four seasons in the OHL with the Ottawa 67s. He developed into a talented power forward with Chicago, setting career highs with 25 goals and 48 points. He was traded to San Jose in 2006, and was dealt to the Leafs at the 2007 Entry Draft. After serving a 15 game suspension following a DUI incident, Bell played in 35 games for Toronto, scoring only 10 points and racking up 60 penalty minutes.
Bell played for Canada at the World Junior Championships in 2000, winning a bronze medal.
What's your take? Write a comment (0 comments)
- One way to measure reaction times in kids with concussionsTop 10 Biggest NHL Hockey Hits of All Time
- Inzer Wrist Wraps - Iron Z 36" Weight Lifting Wraps
- What Program I Recommend For Hypertrophy For People With Little Free Time
- Coffee Chat Why I Rarely Make Specific Program Recommendations For Powerlifters