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Maple Leafs select John Fusco at 189th overall in the 2020 NHL Entry Draft

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The Leafs got this pick for Eric Fehr. Wow, that was ages ago.

Boston College Vs. Harvard University in Beanpot Consolation Game
This is not John Fusco.
Photo by Matthew J. Lee/The Boston Globe via Getty Images

The Toronto Maple Leafs selected Harvard commit John Fusco, a lefty defender out of Dexter Southfield Prep.

He has next to no games record, as his season in high school seems to have been less than 25 games played. He is going to be a teammate of Nick Abrusseze at Harvard, and they likely will attempt a season this year.

Fusco is listed at 5’11”, making him oversized for the Leafs late-round picks this season. And he just turned 19 this summer.

His father Mark played for a couple of seasons on the Whalers, and was also a Harvard alumnus.

That might be all we know about him until his NCAA career begins. Good luck to John Fusco, mystery man.

In the meantime, all we have is this: