Welcome to The Leafs Nation’s 2019 Prospect Rankings! As I’m sure you all know by now, we’ve changed things up this year and will be rolling out these little guys in tiers that aim to encapsulate each prospect’s projection as an NHLer.
Crazy stuff! Try to keep up.
For brevity’s sake, though, we’ll be tackling the lowest tier in two succinct editions which hit the interwebs both yesterday and, now, today (that’s the one you’re reading right now!).
Without further adieu, let’s put a neat little bow around The Longest Shots.
2018 TLN Prospect Ranking: N/A
Draft Information: 5th round, 122nd overall in 2016
Given the nature of the prospect ranking game, it should go without saying that the Longest Shots is a tier comprised almost entirely of International Men of Mystery, each one fitting very specific criteria.
No one knows much of anything about these youngsters, aside from how they’re all about as likely to touch Scotiabank Arena ice as I am to ever earn the respect of my parents, and that available footage of their respective games ranges from sparse to non-existent.
Vladimir Bobylev …
Author: Mike Stephens / The Leafs Nation