The National Hockey League’s Philadelphia Flyers’ Anthony “Tony” DeAngelo, born on October 24, 1995 

To become the youngest-ever USHL player, DeAngelo moved to Cedar Rapids at the age of 14 from his hometown of Sewell 

His profession has been one in which the positives he puts into it are always counterbalanced by an alienating negative 

Since joining the NHL, he has been involved in numerous incidents of violence, including hitting his goaltender, throwing a social media tantrum 

It will be spoken about as previously said. That thing is certain: he’ll attract a lot of fans, but he’ll also alienate a lot of them 

However, owing to a knee injury, DeAngelo’s time with the RoughRiders was cut short, and he was drafted by Sarnia of the Ontario Hockey League 

Later that year, DeAngelo signed an entry-level contract with the Tampa Bay Lightning after being selected 19th overall by the league in the 2014 

When he was dealt to the Rangers in 2017, he continued to improve his play until the 2019–20 NHL season was cut short due to the COVID-19 epidemic