We haven’t had much cause to update the depth chart or the pipeline list in a while, but here they are for you with the 2018 NHL trade deadline moves included.

First the depth chart, which has the new players added, and has been rearranged a little. Carl Grundström is still at the bottom, since he’s playing in a different league. This is all the NHL-contracted players in the Maple Leafs system, arranged by natural position and general order of best to less best.

And since this table looks a little weird on some versions of mobile view: the Google sheet.

Maple Leafs 2018 Post-Deadline Depth Chart

Auston MatthewsJames van RiemsdykWilliam NylanderMorgan RiellyNikita ZaitsevFrederik Andersen
Nazem KadriPatrick MarleauMitch MarnerJake GardinerConnor CarrickCurtis McElhinney
Tyler BozakZach HymanConnor BrownRon HainseyRoman PolakGarret Sparks
Tomas PlekanecLeo KomarovKasperi KapanenTravis DermottTimothy LiljegrenCalvin Pickard
Dominic MooreMatt MartinJeremy BraccoAndreas BorgmanJustin HollKasimir Kaskisuo
Miro AaltonenJosh LeivoTrevor MooreMartin MarincinVincent LoVerde-
Frederik GauthierAndreas JohnssonKyle BaunCalle Rosen-
Ben SmithDmytro Timashov-Andrew Nielsen--
Adam BrooksColin Greening----
Chris MuellerCarl Grundstrom----

The pipeline list has not changed beyond some players moved to other teams, but there’s no reason not to look it over (Google sheet):

Maple Leafs Pipeline as of March 2018

NameBirthdatePos2016/2017 Team2017/2018 TeamRights Expire
Keaton MiddletonFebruary 10, 1998DSaginaw Spirit, OHLSaginaw Spirit, OHLJune 1, 2018
Vladimir BobylevApril 18, 1997CVicoria Royals, WHLToros Neftekamsk, VHL/MHLJune 1, 2018
Nicolas MattinenMarch 5, 1998DLondon Knights, OHLHamilton Bulldogs, OHLJune 1, 2018
Pierre EngvallMay 31, 1996LWMora IK, AllsvenskanHV71, SHLJune 1, 2018
J.J. PiccinichJune 12, 1996RWLondon Knights, OHLOrlando Solar Bears, ECHLJune 1, 2018
Nolan VeseyMarch 28, 1995LWU. of Maine, NCAAU. of Maine, NCAAAugust 15, 2018
Martins DzierkalsApril 4, 1997LWR-N Huskies, QMJHLOrlando Solar Bears, ECHLJune 1, 2019
Jesper LindgrenMay 19, 1997DMODO, AllsvenskanHPK, LiigaJune 1, 2019
Ian ScottJanuary 11, 1999GPrince Albert Raiders, WHLPrince Albert Raiders, WHLJune 1, 2019
Fedor GordeevJanuary 27, 1999DFlint Firebirds, OHLFlint Firebirds, OHLJune 1, 2019
Ryan McGregorJanuary 29, 1999C/LWSarnia Sting, OHLSarnia Sting, OHLJune 1, 2019
Eemeli RäsänenApril 6, 1999DKingston Frontenacs, OHLKingston Frontenacs, OHLJune 1, 2019
Dakota JoshuaMay 15, 1996COhio State, NCAAOhio State, NCAAAugust 15, 2019
Joseph WollJuly 12, 1998GBoston College, NCAABoston College, NCAAAugust 15, 2020
J.D. GreenwayApril 27, 1998DU. of Wisconsin, NCAAU. of Wisconsin, NCAAAugust 15, 2020
Ryan O'ConnellApril 25, 1999DSt. Andrew's College, CAHSPenticten Vees, BCHLAugust 15, 2022
Yegor KorshkovJuly 10, 1996RWLokomotiv, KHLLokomotiv, KHLIndefinite
Nikolai ChebykinAugust 1, 1997LWDynamo Moscow, KHL, VHLDynamo St. Petersburg, VHLIndefinite
Vladislav KaraApril 20, 1998C/WIrbis Kazan, MHLBars Kazan, VHL/Ak Bars KHLIndefinite

Just a note on the players whose rights expire on June 1. While the league year does not end until the end of June, if the Leafs should choose to offer an ELC to any of those players (or anyone else) for next season, it does not count against the current SPC limit.

You might expect to see some of those players on the Marlies this spring on try-out deals. Both Pierre Engvall and Jesper Lindgren came over last year. This year, the intriguing chance exists for Yegor Korshkov to make an appearance, but there is no word if the Leafs have plans to do that.