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Updated depth chart and pipeline lists

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Players have been added and subtracted, so check out the new lists of who is where in the Leafs’ system.

2017 NHL Draft - Portraits Photo by Stacy Revere/Getty Images

There’s only one player to subtract from the depth chart, but seven new names are on the pipeline list.

The tables are up to date as of June 25. Note that for the rights on the pipeline post, I’m not sure of the rules for Vladislav Kara or Ryan O’Connell, so I’m leaving those pending independent confirmation. I also don’t know where Kara will play next year. It might be the KHL team Ak Bars Kazan, or it might be the VHL team where he had a few games this past season.

With three players not being qualified and Adam Brooks signing a contract, the charts have been updated on June 30th, 2017.

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Toronto Maple Leafs Depth Chart

C LW RW D - L D - R G
C LW RW D - L D - R G
Auston Matthews James van Riemsdyk William Nylander Morgan Rielly Nikita Zaitsev Frederik Andersen
Nazem Kadri Patrick Marleau Mitch Marner Jake Gardiner Connor Carrick Curtis McElhinney
Tyler Bozak Leo Komarov Connor Brown Martin Marincin Vincent LoVerde Garret Sparks
Dominic Moore Zach Hyman Kasperi Kapanen Ron Hainsey Justin Holl Kasmir Kaskisuo
Ben Smith Matt Martin Nikita Soshnikov Travis Dermott Timothy Liljegren -
Frederik Gauthier Josh Leivo Eric Fehr Andrew Nielsen - -
Miro Aaltonen Kerby Rychel Jeremy Bracco Calle Rosén - -
Adam Brooks Andreas Johnsson Trevor Moore Rinat Valiev - -
Chris Mueller Carl Grundstrom - Andreas Borgman - -
- Colin Greening - - - -
- Dmytro Timashov - - - -
- Tobias Lindberg - - - -

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Toronto Maple Leafs Pipeline 2017

Name Birthdate Pos 2016/2017 Team 2017/2018 Team Rights Expire
Name Birthdate Pos 2016/2017 Team 2017/2018 Team Rights Expire
Keaton Middleton February 10, 1998 D Saginaw Spirit, OHL Saginaw Spirit, OHL June 1, 2018
Vladimir Bobylev April 18, 1997 C Vicoria Royals, WHL Vicoria Royals, WHL June 1, 2018
Nicolas Mattinen March 5, 1998 D London Knights, OHL London Knights, OHL June 1, 2018
Pierre Engvall May 31, 1996 LW Mora IK, Allsvenskan HV71, SHL June 1, 2018
J.J. Piccinich June 12, 1996 RW London Knights, OHL Toronto Marlies, AHL June 1, 2018
Nolan Vesey March 28, 1995 LW U. of Maine, NCAA U. of Maine, NCAA August 15, 2018
Martins Dzierkals April 4, 1997 LW R-N Huskies, QMJHL Toronto Marlies, AHL June 1, 2019
Jesper Lindgren May 19, 1997 D MODO, Allsvenskan HPK, Liiga June 1, 2019
Ian Scott January 11, 1999 G Prince Albert Raiders, WHL Prince Albert Raiders, WHL June 1, 2019
Fedor Gordeev January 27, 1999 D Flint Firebirds, OHL Flint Firebirds, OHL June 1, 2019
Ryan McGregor January 29, 1999 C/LW Sarnia Sting, OHL Sarnia Sting, OHL June 1, 2019
Eemeli Räsänen April 6, 1999 D Kingston Frontenacs, OHL Kingston Frontenacs, OHL June 1, 2019
Dakota Joshua May 15, 1996 C Ohio State, NCAA Ohio State, NCAA August 15, 2019
Joseph Woll July 12, 1998 G Boston College, NCAA Boston College, NCAA August 15, 2020
J.D. Greenway April 27, 1998 D U. of Wisconsin, NCAA U. of Wisconsin, NCAA August 15, 2020
Ryan O'Connell April 25, 1999 D St. Andrew's College, CAHS Penticten Vees, BCHL August 15, 2022
Yegor Korshkov July 10, 1996 RW Lokomotiv, KHL Lokomotiv, KHL Indefinite
Nikolai Chebykin August 1, 1997 LW Dynamo Moscow, KHL, VHL SKA-Neva St. Petersburg, VHL Indefinite
Vladislav Kara April 20, 1998 C Irbis Kazan, MHL MHL/VHL Indefinite

So, assuming I typed all the birthdates in right, Timothy Liljegren is the youngest Maple Leafs prospect and Dominic Toninato, whose rights expire in a few weeks, is the oldest.