Athletic goaltender with great size for the position. Has a chance to grow into a reliable NHL netminder.
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May 2022 – It was a promising start to the 2021-22 season for Woll as he was called into duty for the Leafs, making his NHL debut and showing well through his first four NHL appearances. Upon his return to the Marlies, however, he was bitten once again by the injury bug and missed significant time. He got into just 15 AHL games for the season and while his numbers were an improvement on his first two AHL campaigns, his .907 SV% is nothing to write home about. Nevertheless, Woll showed progress in his development this past season and with how much longer it can take goaltenders to come into their own, there is still time for the soon-to-be 24-year-old to have a successful NHL career. He signed a three-year extension with Toronto back in February and depending on how the Leafs’ goaltending depth chart shakes out this offseason, he could find himself competing with Erik Källgren for the role of second or third goaltender heading into 2022-23. Nick Richard
December 2021 – Nearing the middle of December, Woll has played more games for the Leafs than he has for the Marlies so far this season. Given his track record and his place on the depth chart entering the season, that would classify as a surprising developmen