Toronto Maple Leafs: A Closer Look at the New Prospects Drafted This Week

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The Toronto Maple Leafs only had three draft selections in the 2023 NHL draft and they were able to draft some decent players.

On day one of the draft, the Toronto Maple Leafs selected forward Easton Cowan in the first round with the 28th overall pick.

On day two, they chose center Hudson Malinoski 153rd overall and defenseman Noah Chadwick 185th overall.

With only three picks in this draft, the Leafs hope that quality is better than quantity.

The more prospects a team has, the better chance of seeing a few of them reach the NHL.

You’d like to see the team make more selections, but the price of being a competitive team is that you have to trade your picks for immediate help.

With the NHL draft happening so close to the start of free agency, the players chosen can quickly be forgotten about.

Which is understandable, considering they won’t be helping the NHL club anytime soon.

Here is a closer look at each of the Toronto Maple Leafs  newest draftees.

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