Toronto Maple Leafs: Toronto Marlies Preseason Depth Chart

Amerks Andrew MacWilliam (2) takes a big during Calder Cup Playoffs against the Toronto Marlies.Amerks19 5
Amerks Andrew MacWilliam (2) takes a big during Calder Cup Playoffs against the Toronto Marlies.Amerks19 5 /

While all eyes are on the Toronto Maple Leafs training camp, the Toronto Marlies will have their first preseason game on Saturday, October 9th vs the Laval Rocket. They will only play two preseason games and they’re back-to-back as they play the Belleville Senators on Sunday.

The Toronto Marlies have assembled a squad including recently assigned players from the Toronto Maple Leafs camp and call ups from their ECHL affiliate, the Newfoundland Growlers.

I also included players in this depth chart who are currently at the Toronto Maple Leafs camp but are waiver exempt or have spent time in the AHL last season.  The only such player I didn’t include is Rasmus Sandin as it seems he’ll be sticking with the big club.

I’ve order players on this depth chart based mainly on where they played in the lineup during the Toronto Maple Leafs camp, where they played within (or outside of) the organization last season, their contract type and finally last season’s stats.

Toronto Marlies Depth Chart

Robertson – Semyonov – Ho-Sang
Seney – Amadio – Steeves
Gogolev – Brooks – Gabriel
Kopacka – Abramov – Anderson
Clune – Der-Arguchintsev – McKenna
Chyzowski – Douglas – Kressler
Michaelis – Suomela – O’Brien
Plouffe – McMann – Green
Centazzo – Power – Johnstone
Soucie – Skirving – Noel

Dalhstrom – Liljegren
Kral – Biega
Rubins – Menell
Hoefenmayer – Duszak
Kivihalme – Hollowell
Hellickson – McCourt
Pietroniro – Kapcheck


Obviously, there are a lot of players on this list and not all of them will see time with the Toronto Marlies.  Many will later be assigned to the Newfoundland Growlers.  However, unlike the NHL, there is no roster limit in the AHL.

Michael Amadio, Adam Brooks, Kurtis Gabriel and Alex Biega are all still at Toronto Maple Leafs training camp and would have to clear waivers if they’re assigned to the Marlies.  Brett Seney, Joey Anderson, Carl Dahlström and Brennan Mennell are all currently on waivers as I’m writing this.

Kirill Semyenov and Timothy Liljegren are also with the Leafs camp but are waiver exempt.

Michael Hutchinson has cleared waivers, Evan Cormier is on a professional tryout and both Joseph Woll and Ian Scott are injured.

Along with Woll and Scott, Alex Steeves is also out with an injury.  All three technically haven’t yet been assigned to the Marlies as the Leafs may be able to get cap relief if they remain on injured reserve, but with all likelihood, they should see time with the Marlies at some point.

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Right now, this is looking like the deepest roster the Toronto Marlies have had in a while.  This should be an exciting year for the team and there are a few players that have a shot at joining the Toronto Maple Leafs in the near future if they can dominate in the AHL.