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Jacob QuillanLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoC222 de 2
A+
L3
Quillan finished 18th overall in NCAA scoring in 23/24. - 39GP - 17G - 29A (+17) 55.9% F/O Averaged over 20:00 TOI / All situations / In playoffs and NCAA tournament for Quinnipiac He's the kind of player who can be deployed in a variety of roles. Quillan plays quick and fast. He tracks up and down the entire 200ft. He scored several of his goals from between the hash marks in the middle of the offensive zone - and around the crease via tips and rebounds. A relentless competitor who extends plays along the boards and battles for positioning in the trenches. Doesn't cut corners defensively. Rotates very well on the PK and jumps to loose pucks quickly. No discernable holes in his game at the college level. Projects as a solid third line NHL forward who plays with detail and could provide better than secondary offence.29 mars 20242 avr. 2024
Joel EdmundsonLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoDG304 de 4
77
P3
Traded to Toronto from Washington - 2024 Trade Deadline Veteran defender Huge frame - long reach - pushes back physically Average skater at this point in his career Deployed at even strength and penalty kill. Averaged 16:26 TOI in Washington. Only played 44 games due to early season injury. Chipped in with 1G-5A Shut down role for the Leafs is forecasted role.7 mars 20249 mars 2024
Connor DewarLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoC241 de 1
78
L4
Traded from Minnesota to Toronto - 2024 Trade deadline Dewar is a bottom six forward who averaged 11:16 TOI with the Wild - deployed at even strength and the penalty kill Better than average shot. Has always leaned shooter more than playmaker dating back to his junior days in Everett (WHL) - scored 10G - 4A with the Wild before the trade Solid pace. Competitive. Involved. Willing to push back physically. Room for improvement in the face-off circle (47%7 mars 20249 mars 2024
Joel EdmundsonLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoDG303 de 4
77
P3
Edmundson is easily defined Mostly Defensive 'D' / Occasionally provides some depth offense but it's not his area of strength - or what the team requires of him Matches up against middle six opponents. Logs all of his ice time at even strength and the penalty kill. Long reach / Huge frame / plays between the dots in the defensive zone / can't stray to far out of position - skating is average for NHL pace - manages the game according to his limitations Gives all he has in his role Veteran with playoff experience Averaged 16:26 TOI with the Caps 44GP - 1G-5A - 60 Hits - 49 Shot Blocks3 mars 20247 mars 2024
Ilya LyubushkinLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoDD296 de 6
72
P3
Up to date stats before being traded from Anaheim to Toronto 55GP - 0G - 4A 51 PIMS (-13) Averaged 17:08 TOI - all ice time came at ES and PK. Credited with 112 hits / 138 shot blocks Predictable player. Bottom pairing - right shot - defenceman who can match up against middle six forwards and find a role on the penalty kill. Average plus skater. Below average puck skill. Very limited making plays. Simple is best. Glass and out when nothing available. Expiring contract - Pending UFA - $2.75M AAV25 févr. 202429 févr. 2024
Ilya LyubushkinLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoDD295 de 6
73
P3
Not much changes with Lyubushkin's game. Defensive 'D'. Average puck skill. Average plus skater. Gaps up. Plays with physical push back. Blocks shots. Best suited as a bottom pairing 'D' Averages 17 minutes TOI - Deployed at ES and PK. Through 53GP - 0 goals - 4 assists - (-11) - 107 hits - 133 shot blocks. Pending UFA - $2.75M Cap hit - 19 févr. 202423 févr. 2024
Joel EdmundsonLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoDG302 de 4
79
P3
Edmundson's year was delayed due to injury but he has skated in 38 games and averaged 16 minutes TOI. The '2-way / leaning Defensive D' is being deployed at even strength and the penalty-kill. Big body. Long reach. Hard to make plays 'around'. Mid-range physical push back. Credited with 47 hits and 42 shot blocks. Doesn't produce much offense. At this stage of his career he's an 'in and out' top four defenceman who's likely best slotting in at #5D role on a contending team. Affordable. $1.75M contract. Expiring deal. Pending UFA. 10 team no trade clause. 20 févr. 202423 févr. 2024
Marshall RifaiLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoDG251 de 1
81
LM
Depth organizational defenceman who leans '2-way D' Older prospect coming out of college (Harvard) Doesn't have a history, at any level, of producing a great deal of offense. Excellent skater. Quick to space. Pivot / Continuation pace is on time. Agile. Not shy. Pushes back physically. Gaps up to kill plays. Enters the fray to defend team mates. Has the pace to join the rush as an extra layer / escape and lead the breakout at times. Reliable. Not elite. Skating / Compete / Hockey Sense give him a chance at NHL game.19 févr. 202420 févr. 2024
Matthew KniesLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoAG217 de 7
81
L2
Knies has found himself bouncing up and down the lineup with the Leafs forward group for stretches in his rookie season. Through his first 50GP - he's averaged 14:16 TOI - 13:20 ES - 0:34 PP - 0:20 PK No issues with his effort / compete There are times his detail / managing pucks / clearing his zone / locking onto his responsibility defensively has ranged - but for a rookie he's generally been average plus overall in al three zones. Extends plays along the wall. Battles for net front position. Scores in streaks. Still evolving. Compliments line mates who aren't as engaged physically 9G - 11A - 20PTS (+4) Credited with 91 hits15 févr. 202417 févr. 2024
Simon BenoitLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoDG252 de 2
73
P3
Everything about Benoit's game has gone to a new level in Toronto. He's been tasked with playing a much larger role than originally projected and answered the call. Defensive 'D' who is averaging around 16:00 TOI - all of his ice time coming at ES and PK Plays a heavy game. Through his first 35GP - As of February 7th - he was credited with 101 hits and 53 shot blocks. Keeps the game simple. Chips pucks to clear the zone if nothing available to outlet stick to stick. Very rarely involved offensively. Big. Strong. Long reach. Average skating / small area agility but he's adapted and contributed a (+2) rating. Ice time on the rise - skated a season high 22:45 vs Dallas in the game on Feb 7th Exceptional value. $775k - pending RFA7 févr. 202410 févr. 2024
Ilya LyubushkinLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoDD294 de 6
74
P3
Lyubushkin is predictable. He only knows how to play the game one way. He's a physical / shut down defender who has average puck skill and brings very little offense. There are nights his timing / routes to defend can be off - but he provides consistent compete and always willing to sacrifice / block shots in the defensive zone - especially on the PK At the All-Star break - 47GP - 0G-4A - 51Pims (-9) Averages 17:02 TOI - 13:59 ES - 3:01 PK - Credited with 72 hits and 121 shot blocks. Average plus skater. Third pairing. 27 janv. 20242 févr. 2024
William NylanderLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoAD276 de 6
90
L1
Has signed his extension to remain in Toronto and earned the raise after betting on his own value and results. Arguably the Leafs most valuable player the first half of 23/24 At time of signing extension - average TOI 20:15 - 16:08 ES - 3:27 PP - 0:38 PK Elite skater. Outstanding edges. Doesn't break stride entering offensive zone with puck on his stick A threat off the rush. Wins the majority of races to pucks that spill into open ice. Picks opponents apart on the perimeter. Hard to check. Has room to improve taking pucks to interior even more often. Has scored in all situations - including 2 SHG and 1 SHA Pure offense but much more engaged, overall, in all three zones than he has been in the past. Offense is the element that will always win out with his game. Only needs to be average defensively. Continue to monitor impact when games get very hard in April and May.3 janv. 20248 janv. 2024
Ilya LyubushkinLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoDD293 de 6
74
P3
Stay at home / leaning 'Defensive D' Easily defined - all of his TOI comes at ES and PK - provides very little offense. Job is to make life miserable on skill opponents with his physical presence. Average plus skater. Adequate puck skill. Managing the play in front of him is key to his contain success. When he's 'on time' he kills plays before they develop - but - there are times his routes and timing are off to the point he ends up on the wrong side of his check. Expiring contract. Pending UFA5 janv. 20247 janv. 2024
Fraser MintenLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoC194 de 4
A-
L2
Minten broke camp with the Leafs, at the beginning of the year, after a solid training camp. He returned to Kamloops (WHL) before being traded to the Blades. His scoring stats are from both stops in the WHL so far this season. The Leafs selected Minten in the second round (38th) in 2022. The 6'2 192lbs forward can play both center and the wing. He's responsible defensively, and capable of taking key face-offs in all three zones if required. Minten moves well, has the hockey sense to be used in all situations and the offensive upside to provide better than secondary scoring for Team Canada. 19 déc. 202321 déc. 2023
Easton CowanLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoAD184 de 4
A-
L2
Toronto selected Cowan in the first round (28th) at the 2023 entry draft. The 5'11 185lbs forward can play both center and the wing. Cowan brings a combination of energy and skill. He's quick off the rush and relentless pursuing opponents trying to create turnovers. Another bonus is the fact he is willing to battle for pucks in traffic. If he gets the edge, off the rush, he takes the puck to the paint. Expect Cowan to play in Team Canada's middle six forward group. There's a chance he could be used in a variety of roles at the WJC, potentially seeing time in all situations. 19 déc. 202321 déc. 2023
Martin JonesLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoG332 de 2
75
2A
Butterfly/Positional style - veteran goalie who is at his best when he limits his lateral movement and plays between his posts - Had a strong training camp with the Leafs / Fall 2023 His read/react game is sound - allows plays to develop - doesn't over react - had somewhat of a bounce back season in Seattle (22/23) - GAA improved by 50% Good size - hard to beat in tight when he's squared up to the play - rebound control is generally sound - has battled inconsistencies for several years but he's capable of NHL backup duty7 déc. 20238 déc. 2023
Auston MatthewsLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoC264 de 4
89
JF
Matthews has been streaky so far in 23/24. There's another level to his game. Over a ten game segment - November 6th - 30th - he scored 3G-5A - but only 1G-4A in the last nine games of the segment and had a (-5) There have been other inconsistencies as well - including his physicality dropping off and his face-off winning percentage ranging from 30% - 60% game to game. Continues to be deployed in all situations Averages 21:27 TOI - 16:36 ES - 3:37 PP#1 - 1:14PK Can't discount how dangerous a goal scorer he can be, but he scored 11G in four games (including 3 hat tricks) and 3G in the other seventeen games to start the year. 30 nov. 20233 déc. 2023
William NylanderLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoAD275 de 6
90
L1
Play driver who continues to provide consistent impact offensively. Elite skater. Fantastic edges. Powerful in open ice. Threat off the rush. Wins the majority of his races to pucks that spill to open space. Leafs leading scorer. Their most consistent offensive threat over the first quarter of the season. Dances around the perimeter. Hard to check. More interior game still required at times. Provides very little physical push back. Motion player in all three zones. Average defensively. Offense wins out. Averages 20:33 TOI - 16:16 ES - 3:34 PP - 0:42 PK - 92 shots on goal in his first 21GP. Monitor his impact versus heavy checking teams like the Boston Bruins.30 nov. 20232 déc. 2023
Joseph WollLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoG254 de 4
83
1B
Woll has won the net for the Maple Leafs. He will be challenged, over the next stretch of games, to come up with even more timely saves with injuries piling up with the Leafs D core. Big in the net. Generally sound crease composure. Tracking well. Aware of what's happening around him. Butterfly style. Low net coverage has been sound. Won four of five starts from Nov 10th - 30th - With many of those games being decided in OT or the shootout. Monitor his timing dropping into his butterfly. There have been times he's still moving forward when going down - exposing the upper portion of the net in the process. 2.74 GAA .917% so far in 23/24.30 nov. 20232 déc. 2023
Jacob QuillanLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoC211 de 2
A-
L3
A relentless competitor who shows willingness to battle for pucks in the trenches. Net front presence on the PP. Extends plays along the boards. Competes the full 200ft. Used in all situations. Provides offense, but also sacrifices on the PK. Fronts opponents / pressures to create turnovers / blocks shots. Infectious. Potential to be used in a variety of roles. Quick.18 nov. 20231 déc. 2023
Joel EdmundsonLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoDG301 de 4
80
P2
Started the year with injury and missed significant time. '2-way D' Big body. Capable distributing outlets from his zone. Uses his length and reach to his advantage defending against the rush and in his zone. Opponents have difficulty making plays around his frame. Physical when required. Blocks shots. Match-up 'D' who plays against opponents top six forwards. Average plus skater. Not fast, not slow. Limited offensively. Looks after his zone as a priority.24 nov. 202327 nov. 2023
Auston MatthewsLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoC263 de 4
89
JF
Matthews has scored 14 goals in his first 18GP, but he's only contributed 1G-1A in his most recent five game segment. His TOI has ranged from 16:35 - 22:28 over the stretch. He's being deployed in all situations. He continues to provide ample push back / use his size to his advantage. His face-off winning percentage is 53%. Matthews has been streaky so far this season. In the previous five game segment he scored 6G-2A. Monitor the hard match-ups his line will receive vs Pittsburgh, and how his line responds. He might get a healthy dose of Sydney Crosby vs the Pens. Elite shooter. Ability to attack off the rush with speed. Establishing himself as a player who can be counted on to do more than just score goals. Being used in all situations. 27 hits / 20 shot blocks so far this season. 24 nov. 202325 nov. 2023
Jake McCabeLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoDG302 de 2
79
P2
McCabe endured a tough start to the season before being injured and missing some time. Since his return he has been a workhorse, averaging over 22:00 TOI The majority of his ES ice time comes against top six forwards. McCabe is best described as a 2-way / Defensive / Match-up 'D' He's a solid skater who has some bite to his game. There are moments in games he needs to pick his spots with his physicality and make sure he doesn't get caught running after contact. At his best when he keeps things simple. Reliable compete.17 nov. 202322 nov. 2023
Matthew KniesLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoAG216 de 7
83
L1
Through his first 17 regular season games Knies has averaged 14:07 TOI - 12:59 ES - 0:27 PP - 0:40 PK He's been used on every one of the top three lines and played to his identity. Knies is a heavy player in the trenches. He continues to battle along the wall and create a distraction around the opponents crease. He's been credited with 26 hits and 4 shot blocks He's on pace for over 20 goals in his rookie season ... having scored 5G-4A so far.17 nov. 202322 nov. 2023
Calle JärnkrokLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoC324 de 4
79
L3
Through his first 17GP he has averaged 15:37 TOI - 12:50 ES - 0:59 PP - 1:46 SH Jarnkrok has skated on every one of the top three lines, at some point, to start the year His versatility brings value. Tends to score in streaks. Plays quick and fast. Not overly physical. Brings energy. Competes. Has produced 4G-5A. Responsible defensively (+517 nov. 202322 nov. 2023
Noah GregorLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoAG251 de 1
72
L3
Gregor is a third line forward who plays with some pace and provides some depth scoring. His primary minutes come at ES. Through 17GP he's averaged 10:34 TOI - 9:17 ES - 1:15 PK Scored 2G-1A and been credited with 31 hits and 10 shot blocks. Energy. Match-up. Leans checking forward. Competes. Involved. Role player who earned a deal out of training camp.17 nov. 202322 nov. 2023
Mitchell MarnerLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoAD263 de 3
89
JF
Through the first 17GP Marner has averaged 21:19 TOI - 15:36 ES - 3:28 PP - 2:15 PK He's scored 5G-15A and been credited with 16 hits and 13 shot blocks. There's always going to be some risk/reward with his approach but Marner is undeniably one of the craftiest offensive talents in the entire NHL. Sometimes less would equal more, especially with the amount of ice time he logs, but it's difficult to hold back players like Marner. Monitor impact against top end opponents. His game has been more streaky than usual to start the year. Touches every facet of the game for Toronto.17 nov. 202322 nov. 2023
Max DomiLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoC284 de 4
75
L3
His last five game segment - between November 8th - 19th - provides insight into the ups and downs Max has been going through to start the year in Toronto. The move to the middle, on the third line, appeared to have energized him and he started to provide more offense and drive play more consistently. His TOI has ranged wildly ... from a high of 14:09 ... to a low of 7:58 in the segment. The bulk of his ice time comes at ES. He has a minor role on PP#2. He has 4 assists, 4 hits, 1 shot block over the 5 game stretch. Overall, his body of work has improved.17 nov. 202322 nov. 2023
John KlingbergLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoDD316 de 6
73
P3
Klingberg has been dealing with a nagging injury to start the season. It has limited his impact offensively. When he isn't playing to his identity on the PP, launching the attack from his zone, or joining as an extra layer offensively, his value to the team drops off exponentially. Klingberg has always been an average defender. He's struggling to produce to his element and struggling, equally, on the defensive side of the ledger. In his first 14GP he averaged 20:33 TOI - 17:09 ES - 3:23 PP Scored 0G-5A. Credited with 11 hits and 14 shot blocks. Defensively he's a (-717 nov. 202322 nov. 2023
Simon BenoitLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoDG251 de 2
66
LM
As of November 22nd Benoit had dressed for five games and averaged 13:39 TOI - 12:03 ES - 1:35 PK Big body. Rangy. Long reach is an asset. Brings a physical element. Willing to get in the lane and block shots. Skating holds him back from being a reliable NHL regular. When pressured he lacks escape ability in his zone, which effects his puck play. A mostly 'Defensive D'.17 nov. 202322 nov. 2023
Joseph WollLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoG253 de 4
82
1B
Some uneven results over his last five game segment 3W-2L .880 save percentage 3.78 GAA Experiencing some growing pains, but doesn't quit on pucks and battles to try to keep his team in games, or make a big save when games are on the line. Big body. Butterfly Hybrid. Generally tracking appropriately. Read/React mostly on time. Adjusting. 17 nov. 202322 nov. 2023
Ilya SamsonovLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoG264 de 4
78
1B
Has turned a corner in his last two starts vs Vancouver (Nov 11th) and Detroit (Nov. 17th) Better crease composure. Less unnecessary movement outside his posts. Allowing the game to come to him and read/reacting much better. Won both starts - allowed only two goals in each - posted .939 and .931 save % respectively Monitor if he can string together consistent starts in extended segments (minimum 5 games17 nov. 202322 nov. 2023
Nicholas RobertsonLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoAG224 de 4
77
L3
Roberston had a solid training camp with the Leafs before being sent to the AHL Marlies due to numbers and salary structure. He earned a recall after producing 5G-6A in nine AHL games. Since his recall he has scored 2G-2A for the Leafs. He's averaging 10:17 TOI in 6GP but he only skated 8:43 and 7:42 in the two games in Sweden vs Detroit and Minnesota A darting / skilled forward who's quick to space and can be a threat off the rush. Great stick. Pucks are 'on and off' his stick in a hurry in scoring areas. Has battled back from injuries. When healthy he can provide a secondary layer of offense. Isn't being used on the PP or PK. All of his TOI comes at ES.17 nov. 202322 nov. 2023
William NylanderLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoAD274 de 6
88
L1
After a brief audition at center, Nylander has returned to playing the wing. Dynamic off the rush. Elite skill. Play driver. One of the top skaters in the entire NHL. Averages 19:43 TOI - 15:42 ES - 3:24 PP - 0:36 PK 77 SOG in 17GP 12G-15A (+2) Not a ton of bump to his game. A motion player. Only credited with 10 hits / 4 shot blocks. Pure offense. His defensive detail will range. But he's taking over shifts / games offensively. Competing at a much more reliable level. Contract year. In line for huge pay raise.19 nov. 202321 nov. 2023
Ilya LyubushkinLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoDD292 de 6
76
P3
Lyubushkin is easily identified. He's a, mostly, stay at home defenceman who plays a heavy style. He, and Gudas, combined are making life miserable on opponents early in the 23/24 season for the Ducks. Lyubushkin is an average plus skater who needs to properly time his gaps and keep the play in front of him to be effective. If plays slip behind him he's not a great chaser trying to recover. The bulk of his ice time comes at ES and PK. Any offense he generates is a bonus. His job is to keep the puck out of his net and play a physical / shot blocking style. Through the first 14GP he's averaged 16:47 TOI - 13:47 ES - 2:58 PK Exactly to his identity ... he has been credited with 22 hits and 35 shot blocks.12 nov. 202314 nov. 2023
Ilya SamsonovLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoG263 de 4
77
1B
The Leafs will need him to return to the form he had last season, or they will be staring at a platoon goaltending scenario for the entirety of the 23/24 season. His first seven starts have been wildly inconsistent. His GAA is 4.11 and his save % sits at .855 Both categories are not close to #1 goalie range, and they are trending towards (at best) back up status. When he's been on, he's played to his identity. A butterfly/athletic goalie who can be quick moving laterally and snag pucks with a solid glove hand. When he's been off , he's tracked the play either outside his posts or not all the way across. It's a mixed bag. His scenario is interesting. Is he the goalie who posted 2.33 GAA and .919 % - like last year Or is he closer to his current form. Historically he has bounced back and forth from reliable to unpredictable ... from year to year10 nov. 202311 nov. 2023
Ryan ReavesLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoAD362 de 2
65
L4
Through his first ten game segment, as a Toronto Maple Leaf, Reaves is playing to his physical identity. He's attempting to keep opponents honest / not take liberties on any of his team mates. Some issues have come to the surface however. His ability to track up and down the ice, at NHL pace, is being exposed at times. He's also not extending enough plays down low in the offensive zone when he has possession. More alarming is the fact, despite only averaging 7:49 TOI, he's a (-6). Monitor if he can have more impact overall. Including simple detail on and off the puck while playing to his physical identity. He can't be a liability defensively, or his role becomes less worthwhile. If he can find a way to produce average defensive results his intimidating element becomes more valuable.28 oct. 20234 nov. 2023
Tyler BertuzziLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoAG282 de 2
72
L2
Bertuzzi is off to an uneven start with the Leafs. He was added to the group in hopes of providing better than secondary offense, and physical push back against opponents. He has been shuffled up and down the lineup in the last three games, and benched for long stretches. Monitor the opportunity he gets to reset his game. If provided runway he needs to establish himself in the hard areas of the ice. Battle along the boards to extend plays. Remain on the defensive side of the puck in his zone / don't blow the zone looking for offense until his group has control of the play / and set screens around the crease in the offensive zone. Needs to play to a reliable identity. His first ten games resulted in an average 15:26 TOI - 14:05 ES - 1:20 PP 2G - 1A - 12 PIMS - (+1) ... but his ice time has been trending down recently.28 oct. 20234 nov. 2023
Mark GiordanoLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoDG403 de 3
78
P3
Giordano is the oldest player in the NHL this year. Not only is he 40 years young, he's also playing a very taxing position. Giordano is uber competitive. He works his tail off in the defensive zone. He's more than willing to get in shooting lanes and block shots. Where things start to break down is around the 25-30 second mark of his shifts / especially in the defensive zone when stops / starts becoming exhausting in small area defending. He's being asked to play a top four role with the Leafs defense suffering through injuries. Monitor his ability to make responsible puck plays, pick his spots to join offensively, and contain in the defensive zone coming off the boards. Through ten games Giordano is averaging 17:34 TOI ... BUT ... his last three games have seen his ice time spike (20:29 - 20:44 - 21:34) He's being asked to play hard minutes at ES and PK / match up against middle six opponents at ES.28 oct. 20234 nov. 2023
Max DomiLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoC283 de 4
73
L3
Things have been trending in the wrong direction for Max, dating back to the end of last season in Dallas. In his last 30 game segment he has scored 2g-9a. He's a (-6) over that span. Understanding it takes time to adjust to a new team, a new role, and fit in with new line mates, the team needs his game to go to another level. Monitor three zone detail, on and off the puck, and his ability to extend plays in the hard areas of the ice with more tenacity. Hopefully he start to produce more, offensively, while being hard to play against and opening up room for his line mates. Through the first ten games as a Leaf he's averaging 13:43 TOI - 12:30 ES - 1:12 PP 0G - 4A - 16 PIMs - (+0) - 4 hits - 2 shot blocks28 oct. 20234 nov. 2023
John KlingbergLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoDD315 de 6
78
P3
To start the season Klingberg was being used as a third pairing 'D' ,at even strength, and quarterbacking the first PP unit. Injuries have been piling up for the Leafs blue line. Klingberg is being asked to match-up against top six / middle six forwards. His impact, on the Leafs first PP unit, has provided mixed results.. He's seeing more time on the second unit now, as Morgan Rielly takes over his previous role as the QB on PP#1. The team needs more out of Klingberg in all three zones. He's competing. There's no issue with his work ethic. His execution, with the puck, offensively has room to go to another level. More importantly, his detail defensively is being tested. Monitor his ability to keep opponents to the outside in his zone, close gaps to kill plays, and battle physically / make life harder on his opponent. With all the moving parts on the Leafs blue line, Klingberg is averaging 20:59 TOI - 17:22 ES - 3:36 PP 10GP - 0G-5A - 8 PIMS (-3) - 10 hits - 12 shot blocks28 oct. 20234 nov. 2023
Easton CowanLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoAD183 de 4
A-
L2
After a fantastic first training camp with the Leafs he has hit the ground running, upon his return to London (OHL) Continues to play with high end energy and compete. Playing quick and fast. His speed, skill, and compete are on another level compared to his peers at the junior level. Producing offense without sacrificing detail. Making plays in tight quarters. Battling for secondary possession and opportunities. Never goes away. Relentless27 oct. 202328 oct. 2023
Pontus HolmbergLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoC242 de 2
70
L4
Depth energy provider When he was a developing prospect he projected as a player who could provide better than secondary offense. As a pro he has adjusted his game. Plays quick. Disrupts opponents down low in their zone. Tracks back. Works. Checker. Averages less than 10:00 TOI ... doesn't have a role on any special teams. Needs to find a way to be more reliable in the face-off circle.24 oct. 202325 oct. 2023
John KlingbergLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoDD314 de 6
79
P2
Averaging 21:39 TOI to start the (23/24) season in Toronto. 17:46 at ES / 3:52 on PP / does not kill penalties. Big body / right shot / does not play with a ton of physical push back. Relies on his long reach to kill plays or angle opponents away from high danger areas. Good skater - especially on straight lines. Sees the ice. With the puck on his stick he can make long range outlets - stick to stick - or plays through seems in the offensive zone. PP QB - 'Transitional D' Struggles defensively with hard match-ups against top six opponents with combination of skill and will. Needs to elevate his 'on and off the puck' detail - to at least average. 4GP - 0G -3A - 2 pims (-319 oct. 202321 oct. 2023
John TavaresLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoC333 de 3
79
L2
Skating has become more of a concern in recent years. A move to the wing is possible. Tracking up and down the full 20ft is a heavy lift when playing center. Elite hockey IQ. Fantastic stick. One of the best players in the game tipping pucks and finding second chances around opponents crease - especially on the PP. Leans on people / battles to extend plays along the wall. Averaged 17:39 TOI in (22/23) - all at ES and PP. Credited with 112 hits and 36 shot blocks. One of the top face-off men in the NHL - won 58% of his draws. Low maintenance pro. Two years left on massive contract ($11M AAV27 sept. 20233 oct. 2023
Nicholas RobertsonLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoAG223 de 4
78
RL
A difficult player to dissect at this stage of his development Has battled significant injury history dating back to his junior years Undersize - darting - skilled forward Quick to space - has a gear in open ice / transition - quick release to the net when he has it on his stick between the hash marks Likeable - but lacks durability - if he can stay healthy he has a chance to produce at the NHL level - the kind of player who needs top nine role and will skate at ES and PP27 sept. 20233 oct. 2023
William NylanderLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoC273 de 6
81
L2
Elite talent who can be polarizing at times Fantastic skater who has the pace to take over shifts with the puck on his stick Off the puck detail and effort pressing back ranges Auditioning at Center to begin (23/24). Originally drafted as a centreman. Exceptionally dangerous in transition - pouncing on loose pucks in the neutral zone - and making plays on the power-play - Pure offense Free Agent Summer of 202427 sept. 20233 oct. 2023
TJ BrodieLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoDG332 de 2
76
P2
His game fell off towards the end of (22/23). Also missed some time with injury. Averaged 21:13 TOI - ES and PK - Not used on the PP Hard match-ups against opponents top six forwards and on the penalty kill. Historically he has been an excellent skater. Still capable, but falling off compared to previous years. Leans 2-way 'D'. Moves pucks effectively when he has time. Rarely takes too much risk offensively. Area defender / bumper - 47 hits and 111 blocked shots27 sept. 20233 oct. 2023
Ryan ReavesLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoAD361 de 2
68
L4
Veteran power forward who plays a depth role Averages around 9:00 TOI Last season, split between NYR and Minnesota, he dressed for 73 games and doled out 196 hits Imposing figure - limited skill set - does not see any time on special teams Sheriff27 sept. 20233 oct. 2023
David KämpfLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoAD282 de 2
75
L4
Easily defined A bottom six NHL forward who leans 'match-up / checker / penalty killer' who moves well Plays a reliable 200ft game - wins nearly 52% of his draws At times he will surprise opponents with some creativity off the rush or pounce on a loose puck in the neutral zone and create offense Secondary / depth scorer at most - Durable - played all 82 games in (22/23) Averaged 15:18 TOI - ES and PK - 74 hits - 29 shot blocks27 sept. 20233 oct. 2023
Tyler BertuzziLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoAG281 de 2
77
L2
A mid-range 2F who has the skill and compete to provide better than secondary scoring Bulk of his ice time has come at ES and PP. Does not have a history of being used on the PK. The way he plays the game is built for when games get harder in the second half and in playoffs. Tenacious. Goes to the hard areas along the wall and the crease to extend plays and cash on rebounds. Can be a threat off the flank on the PP. Not a punishing body checker - leans more relentless energy provider / 'rat' - has had some inconsistency the past couple seasons. Very valuable when playing to his max identity27 sept. 20233 oct. 2023
Dylan GambrellLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoC271 de 1
74
L4
Depth NHL forward Competes - quick to space - can penalty kill and pressure opponents into turnovers / get in the shooting lanes On occasion he will burst through seems in the neutral zone and end up at the crease pouncing on tips / rebounds Good skater - energy provider - average NHL skill overall - security blanket - potential injury recall27 sept. 20233 oct. 2023
Mark GiordanoLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoDG392 de 3
78
P3
Potentially heading into his final NHL season in (23/24) Pace is falling off. Breaks down quicker after small area battles in the defensive zone. Having said that, he empties the tank, competes, and led the team with (147) shot blocks. Averaged 18:57 TOI with the bulk of his time coming at ES and PK Ran out of gas towards the end of the season Load management is a real possibility during regular season - in order to maximize potential come playoffs27 sept. 20233 oct. 2023
Morgan RiellyLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoDG292 de 2
84
P2
Logs a ton of ice time, in all situations, for the Leafs Averaged 21:42 TOI in (22/23). Hard match-ups against top six forward groups. Veteran who leans 'Transitional / 2-way ' D. QB's the PP. A distributor more than a shooter. Mostly area defender. Not physically dominating. Competes. Empties the tank. At times, possibly due to fatigue, he breaks down with the puck on his stick and turns plays over - resulting in grade A chances against - but it's the law of averages when a player logs the minutes he does. 27 sept. 20233 oct. 2023
Timothy LiljegrenLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoDD243 de 3
80
P2
Over the course of the last two seasons his game has evolved. He is more trustworthy with his decision making overall. In (22/23) he ended the season averaging 17:54 TOI. The bulk of his ice time came at ES and PK. On occasion he was deployed on the PP - but not significantly. His defensive detail, and overall battle, has improved - not shy about competing in the trenches - more confident overall - credited with 107 hits and 93 shot blocks Has always moved very well - can contribute better than secondary offense - needs to keep things simple to get best results27 sept. 20233 oct. 2023
Auston MatthewsLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoC262 de 4
87
JF
His game evolved beyond goal scoring in (22/23) Led the Leafs forward group in shot blocks (92) Took an incredible amount of face-offs (1049) and won 52.43% More bump and lean to his game in the trenches Plays with power and speed in transition. Elite goal scorer. Primary ice has come at ES and PP. Averaged 20:16 TOI. Three zone detail has improved to the point he is auditioning for time on the PK27 sept. 20233 oct. 2023
Conor TimminsLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoDD251 de 1
77
P3
At the Leafs training camp to start the 2023-2024 season he was off to a fantastic start before going down with injury. His career has had its share of starts and stops due to injury. When healthy and playing to his identity he is a capable puck mover who can slide into a second unit PP unit. Walks the offensive blue line, laterally, and directs pucks on net from distance. Has sound vision / outlets pucks well. Average plus defensively. Leans 2-way 'D' with secondary transitional element. Handling weight and keeping opponents to the outside via zone entries can be more consistent defensively.27 sept. 20233 oct. 2023
Jake McCabeLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoDG291 de 2
79
P2
Brings a physical / competitive element to the Leafs D-Core Match-up / Middle pairing Averaged 19:28 TOI with the Leafs after being acquired from Chicago in February 2023 Moves well - competes - produced more offense in Chicago than Toronto but his role is different with the Leafs A 2-way / match-up defender who is tasked with making life miserable on opponents and not giving away any 'free' ice - On a team friendly contract27 sept. 20233 oct. 2023
Calle JärnkrokLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoC323 de 4
79
L3
Averaged 14:22 TOI in (22/23) Deployed in all situations. Solid offensive stats in relation to his ice time - scored the most he has in any other year at the NHL level Brings energy / compete / and consistency in all three zones Not elite in any one category. Pucks found him occasionally last year and he showed he is capable of finishing. Not physical - more of a disturber with his energy. Can match up against middle six forwards.27 sept. 20233 oct. 2023
Mitchell MarnerLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoAD262 de 3
86
JF
Averaged 21:16 TOI in (22/23) Deployed in all situations. Plays a mostly light / very skilled / 200ft game. High end hockey IQ. Thinks the game 'outside the box' compared to most NHL players. Leans playmaker more than shooter but still potted thirty goals last season. 4 GWG - 12 GWA - Has come up with big moments in regular season. Competes. Cares. Elusive offensive talent. Team is looking for its core to have a break out in post season - he is part of the core. 27 sept. 20233 oct. 2023
Max DomiLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoC282 de 4
78
L3
Free Agent signing in Toronto - summer 2023 Split time between Chicago and Dallas in (22/23) - led the Blackhawks in scoring - his splits looked like this: Chicago 18:17 - ES/PP - 60GP-18-31 Dallas - 16:11 - ES/PP - 20GP - 2G-5A Surprisingly only credited with 22 body checks the entirety of the year - but continues to play with a presence - brings combination of energy / compete / secondary offense and a 'rat' style Likely to de deployed at ES and PP#2 - Discipline ranges - can lose focus and hurt the team with unnecessary penalties at times - but no doubt he is hard to play against and battles.27 sept. 20233 oct. 2023
Joseph WollLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoG252 de 4
82
2A
Thrust in to action in (22/23) playoffs following a small sample size of regular season games. Big body - butterfly style - there are times pucks find him through traffic due to his stature Generally tracking well side to side but has room to improve his read/react/ lateral push quickness when pucks spill from side to side and shots are generated from the flank - more a timing issue than a red flag - needs more games to adjust to NHL pace and shooters Monitoring his gloves positioning / sitting tall when dropping to butterfly Scratching the surface with his NHL development - potential starter in time - foundation in place 27 sept. 20233 oct. 2023
Ilya SamsonovLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoG262 de 4
79
1B
Won the net for the Leafs in (22/23) Posted his best GAA - 2.33 - and save % .919 of his career Butterfly/Athletic goalie - Good size - At times too active in his crease When he plays with composure and tracks the play without getting over active - outside the paint and his posts - he is at his best Competes - lateral push is plenty quick - decent gloves - average playing the puck - has the ability to scramble to make second stops - still a young goalie by NHL standards - challenge will be to string together consistent results in back to back years - a #1B - trending #1A -27 sept. 20233 oct. 2023
Martin JonesLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoG331 de 2
75
1B
Signed as a free agent in the summer of 2023 Butterfly/Positional style - veteran goalie who is at his best when he limits his lateral movement and plays between his posts His read/react game is sound - allows plays to develop - doesn't over react - had somewhat of a bounce back season in Seattle (22/23) - GAA improved by 50% Good size - hard to beat in tight when he's squared up to the play - rebound control is generally sound - has battled inconsistencies for several years but he's capable of NHL #1B/#2A 27 sept. 20233 oct. 2023
Max EllisLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoC232 de 2
75
RL
Depth prospect who hasn't, yet, solidifying a role at the NHL level Works - competes - empties the tank every shift Quick to space - not shy about engaging in the hard areas of the ice Up ice he pressures pucks as F1 - creates turnovers Has some escape ability in tight areas - coming off the boards / half wall Secondary scorer at the AHL level - potential 4F if recalled in energy / checking role Sound three zone detail / hockey IQ / awareness17 sept. 202325 sept. 2023
Ryan TverbergLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoC214 de 4
79
L4
Relentless competitor who brings a combination of energy / secondary or depth scoring as a prospect Has the IQ to be used in a variety of roles - leans shooter more than natural distributor - Extends plays battling along the boards and out front the opponents net Good skater - has added more explosiveness as he matures The fact he can be used up and down the lineup makes him an attractive prospect to monitor A full season in the AHL is required to define his NHL upside17 sept. 202325 sept. 2023
William VilleneuveLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoDD211 de 1
71
LM
Decent size - coveted right shot defender Leans 2-way / Transitional more than Shutdown / Defensive 'D' Skill set to be used on the power-play - more of a distributor than a shooter Has scaled back his risk taking as he matures with his development At times his read/react has to be quicker - needs to identify his outlet and make faster decisions moving pucks up ice Has some bump to his game - Skating needs to improve another 15% for NHL game17 sept. 202325 sept. 2023
Noah ChadwickLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoDG181 de 1
69
LM
Good size prospect who is in need of more core and leg power Skating stride is adequate - added strength will produce more results / get him places ahead of opponents more often Reliable hockey IQ - thinks the game well - moves pucks responsibly Does not project as a point producer Leans 2-way / Defensive D on projection17 sept. 202325 sept. 2023
Easton CowanLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoAD182 de 4
85
L2
Continues to impress Has added more core strength to his frame - resulting in more explosiveness and separation in open ice Tenacious competitor - responsible in all three zones - above the play in the offensive zone when his group doesn't have control of the puck Relentless battling for lose pucks around the crease Showing off an improved release - confident - 2-way / skilled / energy forward17 sept. 202325 sept. 2023
Ty VoitLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoAD203 de 3
71
AP
Undersize - light - skilled forward who loves to have the puck on his stick Three zone detail ranges Offensive zone exits have room for more urgency to assist tracking back defensively Very creative in tight quarters - has ability to spin off checks or make plays through defenders - Needs to find a role in the top nine forward group - not a depth checking option Time in the AHL will determine his trajectory Likely to skate at ES and PP in the minors to establish his game17 sept. 202325 sept. 2023
Dennis HildebyLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoG224 de 4
77
2A
Massive goaltender Takes up a ton of net - good feet / balance When he squares up he is difficult to beat from range When down in the butterfly he sits tall enough to take up the upper quadrants of the net Reads the play very well - surprisingly quick moving side to side - pucks find him in traffic / screens - needs to make sure he plays between his posts and inside the paint to take full advantage of his size - barely adequate playing the puck - #2 on projection at this time - needs AHL seasoning17 sept. 202325 sept. 2023
Fraser MintenLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoC193 de 4
84
L2
High end compete Doesn't cut corners Solid in the face-off circle - enabling team to start with the puck off draws / especially in the defensive zone Sound hockey IQ - skill set to be used in all situations - battles for space in the offensive zone - reads the play and finds 'soft' ice to make himself available as option Quick catch and release - shoots the puck with accuracy - equal parts shooter/distributor17 sept. 202325 sept. 2023
Topi NiemeläLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoDD215 de 5
78
P3
2-way/Transitional defenceman Good feet - small area quickness is sound - cannot be described as a physical player but he doesn't shy away from contact either Since he is giving up weight and strength he has to arrive ahead of opponents/jump to space before they have possession of the puck and can dictate the play in his zone Has understated offensive upside - can QB the second PP unit Solid hockey IQ in all three zones - it will take time to adjust to the smaller ice in North America17 sept. 202325 sept. 2023
Roni HirvonenLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoC213 de 3
75
L4
Bottom six NHL prospect who provides ample compete and energy Extends plays along the boards - tenacious - involved Not naturally gifted with the puck on his stick Potential NHL depth scorer but more likely a checking style forward who could PK Good skater - more quick than fast Needs seasoning at AHL level to better define upside17 sept. 202325 sept. 2023
Matthew KniesLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoAG205 de 7
84
L2
Consistent compete - empties the tank Willing to sacrifice his body in the hard areas of the ice - battles along the wall and net front in the offensive zone Extends plays - absorbs contact Good quickness and open ice pace Upside to be used in a variety of roles - especially ES and PP - Compliments lighter / skilled linemates with his approach - Trending top 6 NHL forward17 sept. 202325 sept. 2023
Easton CowanLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoC171 de 4
B+
M6
A riser in the second half of the season Competes - plays with pace - doesn't shy away from traffic or contact - has the hockey brain to be used in all situations - earned the trust of his coaching staff and played elevated minutes in playoffs - shot has improved - leans distributor who can extend plays with his tenacity Leans 3F for NHL projection13 avr. 202313 juin 2023
Ryan TverbergLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoC213 de 4
B+
M6
Used in all situations at the college level. Puck goes through him on the PP. Read/React on the PK is sound. Noticeably stronger. First three steps are average plus, but his open ice stride has lengthened. He's a powerful skater in open ice. Off the rush he wins his share of races to 50/50 pucks. When he gets the edge he takes the play to the net. On the penalty kill he pressures the play up ice. A solid point producing college player who plays the game the right way. He can be deployed, and trusted, in a variety of roles. Middle six NHL forward is possible. Requires time in the minors to begin.4 mars 202315 mars 2023
Nicholas MoldenhauerLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoAD182 de 2
D+
L4
His offense has taken another step this season overall. Off the rush he is a creative thinker via zone entries / has the vision to distribute and find open space to make plays with and without the puck on his stick. On the power-play, especially from the deep slot and around the net, he has the ability to catch and release pucks before opponents front him. His overall, three zone, effort and detail has room for improvement. More effort tracking back (faster) required. Not the kind of forward who grinds out a lot of shifts. Also not likely to penalty kill or match up defensively. Element leans offense Very good stick and instincts in the offensive zone.4 mars 20237 mars 2023
Ty VoitLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoAD192 de 3
D+
PP
Voit is having a very productive year playing in Sarnia (OHL). The undersize forward can make plays in a phone booth. He has a quick stick in tight quarters. Voit is very dangerous on the power-play. He rotates off the half-wall and makes plays all over the offensive zone with the man advantage. He's a very light player (5vs5) who doesn't work hard enough on or off the puck defensively. His attention to detail, and overall pace he plays the game, has a long way to go for the NHL game. His element is definitely offense. If he finds more speed and gets his game to 'average' defensive standards he has a chance to be a depth piece in organization.3 mars 20237 mars 2023
Topi NiemeläLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoDD204 de 5
B+
P2
Niemela has seen some growth in areas of his game, and some drop off in other areas. He is being used in all situations playing in Liiga. On the power-play he is efficient. He directs pucks on net accurately and shows the ability to one-time pucks. Off the rush he can attack with more pace. He is over-handling pucks between the blue-lines/slowing down in the process. He's a reliable defender who is quick to space. For his stature he isn't shy about bumping up against opponents. On the penalty-kill he closes on opponents, shows willingness to block shots, and has an active stick in the lanes. The fact his offense has fallen off requires monitoring.3 mars 20237 mars 2023
Fraser MintenLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoC182 de 4
B+
M6
Trending up in almost every category. Being used in all situations at the Major Junior level. Reliable detail in all three zones. Some bump to his game physically. Quick release from distance and coming off the half wall. Tracks back to assist defensively. Fronts pucks / blocks shots. Good skill / not elite. Potential (2F) or high end (3F). The fact he is trustworthy enough to penalty kill and start in his defensive zone / win draws makes him an even more useful prospect on projection. Skating mechanics are in fine - requires more power out of the gate and in motion between the blue lines.3 mars 20237 mars 2023
Dennis HildebyLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoG213 de 4
C+
AUX
His statistics remain strong. Both GAA and Save %. Late in the season (22/23) he has been playing only once a week (at best) and serving as the back-up. He's a young, developing goalie. He has time. Size continues to be attractive attribute. Big in the net. When he squares up shooters have little to look at. Rebound control ranges. When pucks spill off his body he can be exposed if having to scramble to make saves. At his best between the posts. Gloves have improved - finding more shots and catching them clean. When tracking, side to side, in the paint his low net coverage is also quicker. Trending up overall. NHL in 3 years is possible as (#2).2 mars 20237 mars 2023
John KlingbergLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoDD303 de 6
56
P2
Klingberg has been average, at best, this season in Anaheim. Having said that he remains a target at the deadline for a team that is looking for an extra layer on their power-play. His 5vs5 defensive detail ranges wildly. He has looked disinterested at times. There is a ton of risk, in my opinion, in acquiring Klingberg. The team that brings him in should expect a bottom pairing 'D' at even strength., a potential bump on their power-play. Klingberg will not PK.25 févr. 20233 mars 2023
Bobby McMannLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoAG261 de 1
62
RL
Useful player who plays quick and fast As F1 he disrupts opponents breaking pucks out of their zone Takes away time and space effectively and shows willingness to play physical to create turnovers Streaky scorer. Scoring at the NHL level would be a bonus. Depth / energy provider Speed element and compete. Recall forward. Offensive Zone exits, at times, could be more timely. Potential to skate 10-12 minutes at NHL level. NOTE: List size should read 6'2 208lbs7 janv. 202311 janv. 2023
Roni HirvonenLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoC202 de 3
C+
RL
It's been a struggle through the first half of the season at HIFK. His offensive numbers have dropped significantly. The larger concern is the fact Roni is having less success gaining the edge off the rush and taking pucks to high danger areas. Much more perimeter in his game at this stage. A competitive player who empties the tank and can provide match-up energy when not producing offense but he hasn't been himself in 22/23 season to date30 nov. 20228 déc. 2022
Matthew KniesLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoAG204 de 7
B+
T6
Playing to his identity at Minnesota in his Sophomore season and trending up again. Scoring timely goals in all situations - ES, PP, PK, OT Appears to be quicker to open space / winning more open ice races to pucks A threat on the PP coming off the half wall and going to the net creating screens, tips, and cleaning up rebounds. Leans more goal scorer than playmaker but his ability to extend plays along the wall benefits his line mates. Average TOI hovering close to 20:00 a night.2 déc. 20228 déc. 2022
Ryan TverbergLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoC202 de 4
B+
M6
Leading UCONN in scoring and being used in all situations Has added more power to his stride resulting in more separation in open ice. Competes. Scores big goals. Leads by example. Middle bumper on the PP Scores goals from the middle of the ice / between the circles and around the crease Sound off the puck detail / defensive zone commitment2 déc. 20228 déc. 2022
Dennis HildebyLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoG212 de 4
C+
#3
Some growing pains in his second year playing in SHL. Huge goalie who takes up a ton of net. Plays mid-range of his crease, which is fine with his stature. Staying between his posts better overall. No unnecessary movement. Rebound control is an area that requires attention. Too many pucks bounding off his pads and body resulting in second chances against. Outstanding blocker hand / quick. Glove hand also requires attention. Holds trapper facing down to the ice / not adjusting to catch pucks clean3 déc. 20228 déc. 2022
Topi NiemeläLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoDD203 de 5
B+
P2
Offense has fallen off in his second full year playing in Liiga but his detail in other areas of the game remains trustworthy Continues to be used in all situations, although his PP minutes have been scaled back during his fade offensively Bulk of his average 20:00 TOI comes at ES and PK. Competes defensively. Quick to space. High end IQ. Outlets efficiently. Still a solid prospect.3 déc. 20228 déc. 2022
Keith PetruzzelliLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoG231 de 1
70
#3
A giant in the crease. His stature alone protects much of the net. Hybrid / Butterfly style. He plays his best when things are organized in front of him. Initial saves are not an issue when he is squared up properly and towards the middle/top of his crease. Second stops moving laterally are a bit lethargic. He's not real powerful moving side to side but he also has less distance to travel due to his width. Good gloves. Average playing the puck. Decent feet / coordination for his size.6 nov. 20227 nov. 2022
Matthew KniesLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoAG193 de 7
B+
T6
At the World Juniors (Edmonton) he struggled to produce the offense he is capable of Board battle was sound. He opened up space for line mates and extended plays. Continues to show willingness to get to the crease area and cause distraction Transporting the puck and finding open space to direct shots on goal was a challenge at the WJC Looking for him to reset come the fall at Minnesota17 août 202221 août 2022
Topi NiemeläLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoDD202 de 5
B+
P2
A trustworthy 'D' who brings sound detail in all three zones. Has the IQ and compete to be used in all situations ... including the PK Fantastic vision in the offensive zone. He will wait for a lane to open up and either get the puck to the net or distribute through seems. Defensively quick to take away time and space and willing to get in the lane to block shots Not a big body but it doesn't hold him back.19 août 202221 août 2022
John TavaresLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoC311 de 3
58
T6
There are nights that he labors and struggles to get around the ice at NHL speed but overall he continues to produce offense. Sees the ice. Doesn't need a lot of time or space to make plays in the offensive zone. Great release. One of the best players 'tipping' pucks. He has elite hand/eye coordination. Defending ranges and it comes down to how fast the opponent plays the game and how well he positions himself defensively. If he is late with zone exits its a struggle to get back the full 200ft. Move to wing in future is likely Has the ability to take and win key face-offs in all three zones21 févr. 202212 juill. 2022
William NylanderLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoC251 de 6
62
T3
Pure offense. Potential to be an elite player but he frustrates with his lack of detail defensively. A threat to produce offense almost every time he touches the puck Open ice speed makes him difficult to defend off the rush. A specialist on the power play. Not a ton of push back physically Unfortunate reality is he scores as much as he is scored against when he is on the ice21 févr. 202212 juill. 2022
TJ BrodieLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoDG311 de 2
62
P2
Logs over 20:00 per night in a variety of roles. Compliments a partner who is more willing to take risks offensively. Capable to lead the rush or join as an extra layer but he picks his spots At best he is a 'bumper' defensively. Not a physical defender. Good stick. Mostly sound outlets. He can launch the attack effectively. He is what he is. A reliable NHL defender who skates and manages the game within his skill set and comfort level. He's not elite in any one category.21 févr. 202212 juill. 2022
David KämpfLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoAD271 de 2
62
M6
Has settled into a role in Toronto. Used mostly regular shift and on the penalty kill. Averaged over 15:00 TOI in 21/22 Good size. Moves well. Plays within himself. Clearly tries to be responsible and takes few risks. Better than average secondary point producer. Enough skill to be used in a variety of roles. Does some heavy lifting defensively21 févr. 202212 juill. 2022
Ilya LyubushkinLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoDD271 de 6
58
P3
Good size Right shot Defensive 'D' . Used ES and PK. Easy to evaluate. He plays a physical, low risk, complimentary game. Gaps up in his lane. Simple with the puck. Solid bottom pairing option who can move into top 4 in a pinch21 févr. 202212 juill. 2022
Morgan RiellyLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoDG271 de 2
69
P1
Logged over 24:00 AVG TOI in 21/22 Sees the ice. Makes plays offensively His element is offense , transitioning pucks, and making plays on the PP. Easy to poke holes in his game, at times, defensively but he plays against top opponents every night21 févr. 202212 juill. 2022
Timothy LiljegrenLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoDD221 de 3
47
P3
A frustrating player to evaluate at times but making positive progress He appears ready to take the next step with his development and play to his identity He came into the league projected to be a skating , two-way / leaning transitional 'D' Plenty quick and fast enough to play that style of game but his execution has been inconsistent. He can lead the rush. He can join as an extra layer. Has started to limit his turnovers. Decision making is improving.21 févr. 202212 juill. 2022
Auston MatthewsLogo de Maple Leafs de TorontoC241 de 4
72
JF
The most pure goal scorer in the NHL Can play quick and fast for his stature Elite thinker in the offensive zone with a lethal release. At times his overall detail can be better but it has improved over the years Playing heavier / harder in big games.21 févr. 202212 juill. 2022