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For most of the year, our interest in prospects typically revolves around their performance and progression but with a number of leagues winding down for the season and the NHL’s trade deadline approaching, the focus in Leafs Land has shifted to which prospects could be used to acquire help for the current roster.
Kyle Dubas has made it known that his Leafs are all-in on this season and, in turn, he is willing to offer up prospects and draft picks to fortify the Leafs’ lineup for a playoff run. Most of the talk has been centered around the top prospects in the system like Nick Robertson, Rasmus Sandin, and Rodion Amirov but the Leafs have a number of other prospects in their pipeline that could hold value ahead of Monday’s trade deadline.
To help get a better idea of exactly what kind of trade ammunition Kyle Dubas has at his disposal, Tony Ferrari and I put together a list of the Leafs’ best trade chips beyond the top prospects:
Maple Leafs’ trade chips beyond the top prospects
Enough trade talk for now, let’s get to some prospect updates.
Rodion Amirov – LW/RW – Tolpar …
Author: Nick Richard / The Leafs Nation