Jonathon Crawford’s golf cart bag may not be used to bag a beer or snack, but his fists are still capable of delivering punishment.

The Toronto Maple Leafs defenceman and the NHL’s third pick in this year’s draft, has already shown a knack for making the most of the bags.

The Maple Leafs have taken to keeping Crawford’s fists in their bags to protect them from getting hit.

He is a skilled player, with a cannon for an arm, and can make a big hit, but that’s just how he is.

His teammates say he is the kind of player who will do whatever it takes to win, even if that means getting his fists dirty.

“He has a good attitude and he does his job,” defenceman Morgan Rielly said.

“I think that’s important to have, especially if you are on the ice with him.”

Crawford has scored five goals and seven assists for 10 points in 28 games with the Maple Leafs this season.

The 24-year-old has played all 82 games for the Leafs.

He had 17 goals and 25 assists in 82 games with Windsor of the Ontario Hockey League.

In his first season in the OHL, Crawford was a plus-17 in 67 games.

As a rookie with the Erie Otters in 2013-14, Crawford led the league with 10 goals and 14 assists for 19 points in 65 games.

He was drafted by the Maple Flyers with the 19th overall pick in the 2015 NHL Draft.

CRAWFENCE, BIRDIE TO BIRDIES Crowder has shown a willingness to take on bigger roles and play more minutes.

The Leafs have used Crawford in a lot of different roles this season, including in the fourth line and the power play.

He has scored 12 goals and 12 assists for 22 points in 33 games this season in all situations.

After a year-long slump, Crawford is on pace to score 27 goals and 19 assists for 27 points in 58 games.

He is in his first year of a five-year, $30 million contract extension.