There were plenty of great performances by Habs prospects this season, but some players stood out from the rest.
Lehkonen shifted back toward the offensive side in his final year in the organization.
In a season most players would rather forget, Jake Evans made a memorable impression.
Try as he might, the puck simply wouldn’t go in the net for Gallagher last season.
Dvorak turned a brutal deployment into a decent amount of offence in his first year with the Habs.
Kicking off the top five is Nick Suzuki, who had a nice round mark of 60.0%. I would have wanted him to be higher, and I would bet that, like Cole Caufield, next year he will be. Nothing in this list of measured metrics was bad per se, but
Coming in at number six with a score of 59.6% is Scarborough’s own Tyler Toffoli. An alumni of my alma mater BPCI, he’s one of the most boring and exciting players to watch rolled into one. Allow me to expand on that. Every time I watch him