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The more this season has gone on, the more I've been posting articles and gifs and videos on Fraser Minten and Easton Cowan. They're two of Toronto's top prospects, so of course I would. And of course, there are many Leafs fans who are keenly interested in them and their development.
After profiling some of the early season breakouts in the North American leagues, I wanted to give some love to the various European leagues. It's a lot tougher for me to watch players in Europe, so rather than breaking them up into each country and trying to find a few
So far this season, I've written three watch list updates based on early season breakouts: * Earl WHL breakouts * Early QMJHL breakouts * Early OHL breakouts It only makes sense that I include an update on the early breakouts south of the border in the USHL! So let's get to it. Matvei
Noah Chadwick is a 6th round pick from this past summer who I wound up quite liking when I looked into him. I liked what I saw from him in the summer during the rookie camps and prospect tournaments. How has he looked through the start of his WHL season?
The QMJHL has not had a good run the past few years, as far as churning out a quality or quantity of picks. While it's been trending that way for the past few years, that just means scouting prospects there means looking for some diamonds in the rough.
The WHL has been underway for close to 10 games now for some teams. And there have been a few players that have jumped out to me as early breakout candidates, including some that weren't even on my radar at all to start the season. A couple of them I
If it was my call, Robertson would not start the regular season on the Maple Leafs roster. And from the latest lineup, it looks like the Leafs agree.
This weekend we were treated to some zero stakes hockey, as the Toronto Maple Leafs sent their prospects to Traverse City to compete against the prospects of Columbus, Detroit and Dallas. Here are some thoughts on Toronto's top prospects.
Toronto has finally released their roster for the 2023 Traverse City prospect tournament. Let's break down some quick scouting of the undrafted invites, plus some notes on a few of Toronto's prospects.
Nikita Grebyonkin's season has already begun! It's time to look at his pre-season and early regular season play, and see how he's been doing.
Liljegren is only one of two players eligible for this list who is a regular NHL player, but he's also young enough that people still think that maybe he can still improve. Come see the debate about how good an NHLer he is, and if he can get better!
Nick Robertson has only played in 31 NHL games and 82 total games in the past three seasons, and the shine is off a former star prospect. Can he stay healthy and learn how to be effective in the NHL, or has his opportunity already slipped by?
As the second oldest player eligible for this year's T25U25, Timmins is in a weird spot to consider in our rankings. The Maple Leafs are familiar with highly regarded defense prospects struggling to find their footing in the NHL. So where does that leave Timmins?