Toronto Maple Leafs: 2018 NHL Draft Player Rankings

BUFFALO, NY - JANUARY 4: Rasmus Dahlin
BUFFALO, NY - JANUARY 4: Rasmus Dahlin /
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Impacted by injury

Average Ranking: 22.25

"“Projecting what Woo will become has been problematic for scouts all season long and him missing the better part of a month to injury has not helped. At his best Woo is an agitator whose physical play forces you to be aware when he’s on the ice. He has big character and compete, but just where does his offensive upside project?” (Sam Cosentino, Sportsnet)"

Woo could be a player that falls down some boards closer to the draft. Although he has easily the best name in the draft, its hard to see what he will turn into in the pros.

He still has 22 points in 30 games for Moose Jaw, with eight goals to boot. If he becomes more of an offensive threat, he will be a player that not many people will want to match up against.

Average Ranking: 23.66

"McBain is a sizeable and strong two-way pivot. He stands out for his vision on the ice, skill with the puck and strong work ethic, an excellent combination of attributes. Skating stride is slightly upright and rigid, but he utilizes long strides to generate above average straight-line speed. Ability with the puck is far beyond his years. (Future Considerations)"

McBain is the top Junior A. product in this draft. The big-bodied centreman has 47 points in 40 games with the Toronto Jr. Canadiens.

He is set to make his way to Boston College next season, where he will play with some of the best talent NCAA hockey has to offer.