Taking a Look at how Toronto Maple Leafs Prospects Are Doing in Their Playoffs

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Noah Chadwick - Lethbridge Hurricanes (WHL)

The Maple Leafs used their 2023 sixth round selection to draft 6'4" defenseman Noah Chadwick from the Lethbridge Hurricanes.

Chadwick nearly tripled his point total from his draft year as he jumped from 20 to 56 points. His Hurricanes were knocked out to the playoffs very quickly as they were swept by the Switft Current Broncos in four games which ended a week ago.

The Saskatoon native has already taken the opportunity to continue his development and has joined the Toronto Marlies.

Cade Webber - Boston University (NCAA)

If you don't know who Cade Webber is you could be forgiven as GM Brad Treliving acquired him at the trade deadline just over a month ago for a sixth round selection in 2026. He was originally drafted by the Carolina Hurricanes in the fourth round of the 2019 NHL Entry Draft.

Webber is a 6'7" defenseman that brings no offence to his game as he has collected just one goal over four seasons with Boston University, however, he is known as a shot blocking machine that is defensively responsible.

He is in his final season at college and can become an unrestricted free agent this summer if the Maple Leafs can't sign him. Webber's BU Terriers advanced to the Frozen Four and will play against Denver University on Thursday night, which can be seen on ESPN2 or ESPN+.

If Boston University can win on Thursday they would play for the National Championship on Sunday against the winner of Boston College and the University of Michigan. (stats eliteprospects.com).


Webber has voiced that his intentions are to sign an entry level contract with the Maple Leafs once his college season is over, which will either be Thursday or Sunday.