Maple Leafs Prospects
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Coverage of Maple Leafs prospects and NHL draft prospects in general.
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?
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.
Looking at a final, overall assessment of Easton Cowan, his future projection, and if Toronto was right to use their first round pick to draft him.
Breaking down the specific strengths and weaknesses of Easton Cowan's game, using scouting reports and video clips. This covers his skating, puck handling, passing, shooting, physicality/defense, and hockey smarts.
When the Toronto Maple Leafs drafted Easton Cowan with the 28th overall pick, it produced a mixed reaction. But Toronto has done the same thing with Knies and Minten, so is Cowan set to follow the same path?
Let's talk about Toronto's development camp roster, including their current prospects and all the invites who could be signed to a contract this summer.
With their final pick in the draft, barring last minute trades, the Maple Leafs drafted Noah Chadwick.
Hudson Malinoski is a centre from Saskatoon. He has not played in the WHL, instead opting for the AJHL for a year to allow him to go the NCAA route. He is committed to Providence College for next season. Like any prospect at this stage, that makes him a long-term
Kamloops Blazers (Host) vs Quebec Remparts (QMJHL) Puck Drop: 9:00 pm EDT Arena: Sandman Centre, Kamloops, BC How To Watch: TSN1, TSN4, RDS The 2023 Memorial Cup kicks off tonight with the home team Kamloops Blazers taking on the Quebec Remparts. The Toronto Maple Leafs top prospect, Fraser Minten,