Edited Jul 17 at 6:47
I can tell you’re a Leafs fan. Here we go:
Liljegren fell all the way to seventeen for a reason. It’s hard to believe he will ever be above the third pairing
Sandin is an offensive defenceman, so he will be buried under Rielly and Barrie for years to come
All Robertson can do is score, which is exactly what they don’t need since they have Matthews, Marner and Tavares. He’s going to go on the same track as Bracco
Woll has nowhere to go since Andersen will be a Leaf until he is forty
All the rest of the Leafs’ prospects are probably not even going to be signed
They have like four draft picks in the next three drafts
The future looks even grimmer in Toronto
My man - your sarcasm detector is non existent.
Romanov was obviously a great pick at 38.
Sandin was obviously a great pick at 29.
Robertson is a few days older than Lafreniere (and he was born 2 months premature).
Eric Lindros is the last CHL player to top Robertson's goals per game marker as a teen.
He's short but he plays a hard nosed game (he's also a beast - check his workouts on IG).
It's a bit early to make predictions (Robertson + Caulfield had fairly comparable seasons).
I don't think the Leafs can afford to re-sign Barrie (unless he takes $5,000,000 or less).
But Toronto does do have 10 picks in the upcoming draft and 6 in the next one.
They're just missing one 1st round pick and two 3rd round picks.
- Joseph Woll doesn't seem like he's that great of a goalie prospect to be honest.
- Abruzzese (C) is a good one (1.42 points per game in the NCAA at 20 years old).
- Abramov (C) is a good one (1.22 points per game in the QMJHL at 18 years old).
- Kokkonen (D) is a good one (0.35 points per game in the LIIGA at 18 years old).
- Fillip Krall (D) is a good one (0.93 points per game in the WHL at 19 years old).